Reviews and Problems with Samsung i627 / Propel Pro
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Samsung Propel Pro cell phone
11 September 2014
Excerpt: I have had many different cell phones, and I am not overly impressed with this one. It is big and bulky, and not the easiest phone to slide in your pocket. The silver design is sleek looking, despite its relatively big size. The joystick is overly sensitive, which gets …
Summary: I’m sorry to say but this phone is a big mistake and a big disaster, the fonts are so small I can’t even read them with my reading glasses. I’m 61 years old and because of the price I thought that I bought a simple phone, but it’s not.
Excerpt: This is one of my favorite phones. I did not know much about phones at the time but even with Microsoft’s old mobile OS Samsung gained my respect with how they changed the UI to be solid and handsome. The Wifi on this phone was really fun to use and there were apps to even let you watch Youtube.
Summary: The phone seemed nice but I haven't use it yet.i plan to use it when I travel oversea next month.the back cover will not stay on the phone,I have to put tape on it just to keep it close.i don't know if they sent me the wrong back cover or it's just a defective one!
Excerpt: Pros - Small size when slider is closed, Windows Mobile (lots of apps), good overall low SAR rating for radiation interested folks.Cons - Screen is too shiny outdoors reflects sun and everything else, keyboard is useable but cramped, uses proprietary power/headset jack.
Excerpt: If you like Windows Mobile this phone is great. Pros: The slide is sturdy The keyboard is easy to use Everything from the rings to voice volume is nice and loud Screen is nice Even the camera is good! Cons: The soft keys stick out from the face of the phone and are sensitive.
Excerpt: I upgraded to the Propel Pro from a Blackjack II (WM 6.1) a couple weeks ago (three days after the device was released at AT&T). I have been a Windows Mobile Standard user for a few years have tried Mobile Pro and wasn't thrilled with it, particularly the way it handles mail.
Excerpt: I was a crackberry user looking for a little change. I went from the Pearl to the Samsung Eternity. After 3 weeks with the Eternity I called it quits. I needed something with real keys. This is my first WinMo phone. So far, so good.