Excerpt: Samsung P730: Samsung p730 is the handset with newest design and the new sliding mechanism. The phone has a great display as well as the grand capacity of the memory. The phone has quite larger display and looks bigger. It weighs 120 grams and the extra antenna further strengthens the illusion of the largeness.
Conclusion: The Samsung P735 is not a bad phone and would fit well most non-power user who doesn't care about the slight connectivity limitations but will disappoint those who like to do their own thing with a phone they own.
Pros: Clever design with swivel display, Acceptable to good battery life
Cons: Infrared port requires a Samsung software for ringtone transfers, Software is a bit slow to react, No speakerphone, no bluetooth are bad for a great phone like that
Excerpt: A year after we first saw it at CeBIT, we finally get to put the Samsung SGH-P730/P735 through its paces. Its wild flipping/twisting clamshell form factor is a big crowd pleaser, and a nice suite of entertainment features make it great for fun-loving folks that don't mind the size.
Summary: The quality of connection does not greatly differ from that of other Samsung models-there are actually no problems here. The polyphony is of a great power and pleasing quality. The offered melodies' set is standard. One disadvantage here is that you cannot opt to have the mp3 melody as a ringtone.
Among other phone's advantages, the RS-MMC slot fitting for the regular cards should be mentioned.
Excerpt: Le Samsung SGH-P730 est le tout dernier mobile à adopter une charnière rotative. Au-delà, il arbore une forme atypique. Il est doté d’une touche de navigation déroutante. En outre, le P730 est assez encombrant. Il dispose toutefois de fonctionnalités multimédias complètes et de la compatibilité à l'international. En revanche, il lui manque toujours à ce mobile un haut-parleur mains-libres et la connectivité Bluetooth .