Reviews and Problems with Samsung T669 / Gravity T / Gravity Touch
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Earl Hudson, Amazon
23 May 2014
Summary: This phone works as it should, easy to text & talk. I like the slide out Qwerty keys. It is hard on the battery, 2 days tops with no use. I bought this to replace a Samsung T369. The main thing I miss on the T669 vs the T369 is the ability to block numbers. The deadbeat that had this T-Mobile number before me has bill collectors calling every day, they don't listen & keep calling!
Summary: My son ordered this phone and really liked it. Unfortunately the keyboard gave out after 10 months and would no longer work. It is a good phone but the keyboard does not hold up if you do a lot of texting.
Excerpt: If you are looking for a good phone without needing a data plan, then this phone will work for you. The Samsung Gravity T is the first touchscreen Gravity phone. First thing I should mention about this phone is the slide-out keyboard. It is really comfortable and easy on your hands with its rubbery buttons. Screen is sharp and easy-to-read.
Excerpt: My brother owned this phone for about 3 months before he gave this phone to me. Even though the phone feels very sturdy, it's apparently not that much. There are already some pretty deep scratches on it. Hard to imagine how this phone can get so badly scratched from one fall (according to my brother). I had the LG Sentio before switching to this phone and I find that it's not that much better.
Excerpt: *I have a samsung behold and I love this samsung phone. I think I may upgrade my own personal samsung to a samsung sgh t669. I like the fact that it has a touch screen and a slider. I'm interested in how the live web browser works. The 3 megapix camera is a great way to capture on the go pictures. I think that it would be nice to come in some more colors like maybe silver or chocolate.
Excerpt: The Samsung T669 Phone is a pretty good phone. It features both a touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard, which can be used interchangably. Personally, I prefer the keyboard, as it is easier to type messages on it compared to typing on the touch screen. The touchscreen does make scrolling harder, as I may scroll too much, or accidentally start an app. In comparison, the scrolling buttons on the side only work some of the time, and makes scrolling take longer.