Summary: If you want T-Mobile and WIFI but you don't want a smart phone or that price tag,this is about your option.It does everything nice,bluetooth,call quality. The only downer, internal space is non existent,but then again I didn't want a smart phone did I.
Summary: I bought this phone to replace the one I had before that was an identical model, the Katalyst SGH T739. I really needed this phone because it is the only T-Mobile phone that also connects to any local and open WIFI signal in order to make calls, instead of using a cell tower when a cell tower is not...
Summary: Okay, first let me start off with the positives of this cell phone. It does what I need it to do the most. It makes and receives phone calls reliably and the call quality is great. That having been said, I hate the Samsung Katalyst. I had a Nokia 6086 that had finally died and needed to replace it.
Excerpt: Given how few UMA phones are offered by T-Mobile, I guess we shouldnt be TOO critical. But... I am just amazed that this phone currently has the following flaws: 1 - It is not possible to take a photo and save DIRECTLY to the SD card.
Excerpt: I owned this phone and it had everything i wanted, or so i thought. First of all i bought this for the wi-fi. My home has little signal but a 10Mb cable connection.. my connection would fade in and out when running 2x wireless routes in a 1200 sq ft home.
Excerpt: It was a nice phone but sound quality wasn't any noticeably better or worse than the Nokia 6086 UMA phone. The Draw back of the phone and the reason why i returned it is because the carrier chose to disable certain functions of the blue-tooth.