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Samsung T539 / Beat

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Samsung T539 Beat Review

Softpedia
2 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Launched exactly two years ago, one of the first handsets from the Beat series, Samsung T539 can now be tagged as a low-budget clamshell. At the time of its release, T539 was set to deliver a rich multimedia experience to its users. The design and features clearly suggest that it targets fans of music phones. Surprisingly, Samsung T539 hasn't been discontinued and can still be bought.
  • Pros: Probably the most appealing trait of the clamshell is the low price and the fact that it includes more than just basic features. EDGE connectivity, as well as the 1.3-megapixel camera make a fine addition to the device' fact sheet. I could also emphasize the clamshell as a whole, for not being so bad even after two years since launch.
  • Cons: The bad side of the phone is the simple fact that it lived to be used in 2009. Unfortunately, by today's standards, it is ugly, under-equipped and not so great value for money. Its cheap look won't attract buyers, as the market features better looking alternatives, for almost the same price. Sales Package Samsung T539 handset Standard battery Li-Ion 800 mAh Travel Charger Headset User Manual.
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Samsung Beat

PC Magazine
19 July 2008
Overall 6
6.0

Samsung Beat (Music Phones Under $50)

LAPTOP Magazine
12 March 2008
  • Summary: If you can live without on-demand downloads and other 3G media services, the Beat will satisfy your urge to converge music player and cell phone.
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Overall 7
7.0

Samsung Beat SGH-T539 Review

Digitaltrends
12 February 2008
  • Excerpt: Samsung, like other manufacturers, is trying to create music phones that are more user friendly. The new Samsung Beat isn’t as physically robust or as musically pleasing as other recent phones, but the light weight, easy music transfer and low price definitely make it a contender.
  • Pros: Low price; easy music transfer; light weight
  • Cons: No frills; occasionally confusing controls; less memory than other music phones
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Noah's Samsung Beat-SGH-T539 review

phonedog.com
27 November 2007
  • Summary: If you’re on T-Mobile and like Beat’s styling and price tag, it’s certainly worth a look.  Just make sure you can try it out for a few days to make sure you get a signal where you’ll most often be using it.  But there are other easy to use musicphones out there that offer more in the way of style and usability at prices on par with Beat.  If you’re not wedded to T-Mobile, the LG Muziq (Sprint) and Sony Ericsson w580i (AT&T) come immediately to mind.
  • Pros: Compact, solid flip phone with front-mounted music controls/speaker, stereo Bluetooth support and straightforward music player; Includes 1GB memory card; Good IM support; Inexpensive.
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Overall 7
6.6

Samsung Beat Review

Phone Arena
15 October 2007
  • Conclusion: The Beat comes out as a really nifty little handset. There’s plenty of talk-time available and if you can get and keep signal, the sound quality, from both calls and the media player, surely will not disappoint you. If you can get past the low quality screen, uncomfortable keypad, and the weak reception then surely enough, this will be a great little handset.
  • Pros: Sound quality, Battery life, Size
  • Cons: Reception strength, Uncomfortable keypad, No email
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Overall 6
6.0

Samsung Beat SGH-t539

LAPTOP Magazine
11 October 2007
  • Excerpt: The Samsung Beat is a sleek clamshell with an onboard music player, quad-band GSM/EDGE support, and a 1.3-megapixel camera for a reasonable $99. A music-friendly accessory bundle and external playback controls make the Beat a capable music phone. It also has useful extras, including a Web browser (despite its lack of 3G), instant messaging, and over-the-air contact sync, but the interface could use a lot more polish, and the keypad is tricky for thick fingers.
  • Pros: Over-the-air contact synching and media uploading to Web, Handy external playback controls, Lots of e-mail options including BlackBerry Connect, Good accessory bundle, Music sounds good through headphones
  • Cons: Doesnt offer over-the-air music downloads, External speaker is lousy for music, Subpar call reception, Weak camera
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Review: Samsung's Beat for T-Mobile

MobileBurn
1 October 2007
  • Excerpt: Today Samsung and T-Mobile announced the availability of the new Samsung SGH-T539, which will be known to T-Mobile customers as the 'Beat'. We have had the Beat music phone for a couple of days and have put together a short review for your reading pleasure.
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Overall 7
6.5

Samsung Beat testi

letsgomobile.org
28 June 2012
  • Excerpt: E ntegre müzik çalar özellikli cep telefonları artık çok yaygınlaştı. Neredeyse her cep telefonu modeli sevdiğiniz müzik parçalarını dilediğiniz her yerde dinleme imkânı tanıyor. Bununla beraber bu özellikleri bir adım ileriye taşıyan modeller de mevcut; bunlara gerçek anlamda müzik telefonları diyoruz. Günümüzün başlıca cep telefonu üretici firmalarının hepsinin ürün yelpazesinde bu tür modellere rastlıyoruz.
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Samsung BEAT b (M3510) – истинно музыкальное решение с хорошим функционалом

smsochka.ru
1 June 2009
  • Conclusion: Телефон M3510 BEAT b однозначно стоит покупать: он стильный, с качественно собранным корпусом (пусть даже из пластика), располагает внушительным объемом памяти, идущей в комплекте, неплохой фотокамерой и практически безграничными (для телефона, разумеется) музыкальными возможностями. Из недостатков можно отметить разве что невысокую емкость аккумулятора.
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