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.
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. The calls were always crystal clear and so was the screen, I know a lot were turned off by the no touch screen though.
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!
Looks great, but huge disappointment in functionality, not user-friendly!
7 June 2012
Summary: Purchased two of these phones to take overseas, needing unlocked ones to work with the GSM system, having WIFI and 3G capabilities, along with a QWERTY keyboard for ease in texting. Though the phone was attractive in design, size, and price, I was thoroughly disappointed with the archaic navigation features which would not allow easy surfing of a webpage using the "mini joystick" in the front console.
Summary: This is extremely misleading to name this phone after the original Samsung Propel, which I have been using. One would assume that the Propel i627t is the same, but with more features and capabilities. If I wanted a completely different phone, I would have done so; however, I just wasted my time and money. Thank for nothing.