Excerpt: I've had this for close to 2 years and here's the breakdown: Pros Design: sleek, slim, stylish Alarm: Add up to 4 more alarms on top of the 5 for a total of 9! Flashlight: not many handsets have this feature Answering/Dialling: device automatically locked and you have to unlock it.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for over a year and it's a great phone. This phone has fallen everyday of it's life with me. I would forget that it's on my lap when i get out of the car and it would always fall on the floor. One time it fell in a puddle and i couldn't find it for 10 min.
Excerpt: This is a great phone. Switching from the T-Mobile MDA to the Samsung U600. The phone is expensive because it is unlocked and imported from Europe. Although it is worth for the money because it is the thinnest and the smallest phone around. No Jokes.
Excerpt: If you dont' want bells & whistles and all that fancy stuff, this phone is for you. Simple UI + slim form makes for a very convenient communication device. I live in suburban Los Angeles and the service on T-mobile with this phone is a bit spotty, definitely not as clear as Verizon wireless.
Excerpt: I have it for about two weeks already and im already used to the soft touch this phone has. The features are great and even you can download and play movies/video clips into it and the display is great. I enjoyed having this phone! This cellphone is great!
Summary: Don't listen to the editor whine about no standard headphone adapter. That's like crying because your new wireless laptop doesn't have a plug for a dialup phone line or even worse a floppy disk drive.
Pros: Stereo bluetooth, thinest slider in the world, good battery