Excerpt: Convenience-wise, this phone’s GPRS is very easy to access. I can check my email conveniently. However, I’m having a hard time to manage the back cover; it’s a little difficult to adjust. Eventually, I have adjusted with it. Somehow, it is a good thing in terms of securing the battery so it won’t easily fall off just in case. Overall, I did not regret buying the Samsung J700. I love it! Cheaper, yes. Quality and smart, definitely yes!
Excerpt: "The phone is very pretty to look at. It is a lovely shiny pink colour and so it is definitely a ‘girlie’ phone. Don’t worry though boys, or non-girlie girls, as there is a black version available. Although, I much prefer my pink version as not only is it just girlie, but it is also unique and stands out. I’m proud to show it off. The phone is very light which means that it is great to carry around in your pocket as it doesn’t way a ton. This phone ...
Summary: I bought this phone about five years ago and it is still going strong and as good today as it was when i bought it.Mine is a metallic pink and very feminine.It is slimline and sleek and its colour makes it stand out.It is extremely easy to use with no complicated buttons and would suit a new mobile phone user.The menu has just the right amount of options and although the built in camera only has 1.3 mega pixels it has been sufficient for the purpose i use it for, which...
Samsung SGH-J700: Samsung, keeps going on and on and on...
24 July 2010
Summary: I have owned a Samsung SGH-J700 for 2 years now, this was an upgrade from a Sony Ericsson I previously had, and, OK, I admit, I am not a tech geek, and do not succumb to having to need the latest gadgets around, so this was my first mobile phone with a camera. It was bought as a gift for me and I believe the price at that time to be around £65? but as a gift I do not know the exact amount.
Samsung SGH-J700: A very user-friendly phone with lots of great features
27 May 2010
Summary: Almost two years ago I decided it was time to stop battling with my frustrating and confusing Nokia and I bought this phone. I soon encountered a small problem - the back WOULD NOT come off, and I couldn't get my simcard in. After most members of my very large extended family made efforts to take the back off, I had to go back to the phone shop, where they straight away took it off - they said this happens a lot with Samsung phones.
Pros: Easy to use, good battery life, looks great, does everything you could possibly want from a phone
Cons: No major disadvantages, back is just a little hard to remove
Summary: I have had this phone for almost two years and it has always been perfect. It is very simple to use and has never let me down. The memory is not amazing but it can hold quite a few pictures and videos. When I first got it, I was amazed at how small and light it is. As it was my first phone , I wasn't sure what to compare it with and as it was a gift to me, I hadn't known much about it before. However, the sound system is great and the camera is quite good as well.
Summary: The Samsung J700 is a phone for both boys and girls. Its a really nice slide phone with a 1.3mp camera which is good baring in mind how much the phone costs. It also has an Mp3 and some internal memory so you can download your songs on to it. You can get it in black and pink, silver and just black. It has very long battery life which can last up to one week. It comes with some games. You can download lots of apps for it. I bought mine for £30 from carphoneware house.
Excerpt: "I have had this phone for just over a month now and I think it's just fab!! I have the pink version and I love it! Ok so it hasn't got the greatest camera just 1.3mp out there, compared to more expensive models that have the 5mp+ but it does the job great, I uploaded photos from my phone to the computer and they looked great. It also has a feature to video record and thats pretty neat too. It has an mp3 player and built in FM radio. Its ...
Excerpt: "...sterling for your efforts. The Samsung 700i is the latest X1in many ways, a cheap model that has all the basic features and the all important pay-as-you-go options for most networks. Its looks pretty neat and with its slide up handset and sleek black and silver finish it wont embarrass you in those trendy bars, no need to worry about the beautiful people who pull out their £250 pound phones pointing at you in disgust and mockery as they take pictures ...