Conclusion: Online the Tocco Icon retails for around £80 - a relatively low price considering you get WiFi and some useful - and has some really interesting features for anyone keen on social networking.
Summary: The quality of connection is above criticism. The ringtone is loud, but the vibro is not always felt.
The model costs €130, which is an impressive value for money. You have not many alternatives. Nokia has Nokia 5228 with better screen, more software options and a price, which is €15-20 lower.
Excerpt: This is a global GSM phone. It can be used with T-Mobile USA and AT&T. In the tradition of the first Samsung Star , which was great success with its 30 million units sold, the Samsung Star II is a cute and affordable touchscreen feature phone, with a few enhancements over its predecessor where it...
Samsung S5260 Star II preview: New Star from Samsung
31 January 2011
Excerpt: It's official, the Samsung S5230 Star has a successor. The Samsung S5260 Star II, as it's called, assumed some of the original features and came up with some great upgrades. As a consequence, a capaci...
Conclusion: The Samsung Tocco Icon has some good things going for it, but at a price that's getting close to a budget smart phone, you'll really need to love the way it looks to part with your cash for it.
Pros: Svelte good looks, okay camera
Cons: Limited functionality compared to an entry level smartphone
Conclusion: Overall, the Samsung Tocco Icon isn't a massive step up from the Tocco Lite, but the inclusion of a capacitive touchscreen is certainly a compelling reason to buy if you liked the original phone.
Pros: Compact, slick design, good call quality, affordable, easy to use, large screen