Excerpt: The Samsung Strive SGH-A687 is a comfortable and user-friendly messaging phone in the mid-range market with some amazingly new features added to it. The performance is quite satisfactory as well and here’s the full review to help you know the device...
Summary: The Samsung Strive is a basic messaging phone with a great QWERTY keyboard. It lacks a touchscreen, which is probably one reason why the price is so low - $19.99 after rebates with a new contract. Though you may find yourself wishing it was a touchscreen device, the design of keyboard is something not to be taken for granted. You’re fortunate if you can find a device that has a keyboard that is as easy to type on as this one.
Conclusion: In what has proven to be a recurring theme with the Samsung Strive , call quality was good but not great. Callers complained that we sounded distant and at times heard either a reverb or it sounded as if we were talking trough wax paper. They gave us a 7.5/10 rating. On our end it wasn’t quite as bad, we’d say they were an 8-8.5 with good volume but so-so voice quality. The battery life is rated at a dismal 3 hours of talk time and 10 days of stand-by.
Pros: Snappy UI with good messaging features, Nice 2.6-inch display
Cons: Construction boarders on cheap, and the keyboard is stiff, Battery life is below average, AT&T’s new features are either playing catch-up or are paid versions of what other carriers have been offering for free for years
Excerpt: 0 commenti 4 voti Media voti 3.0000 Clicca sulle stelle per votare! Rete e connessioni L'operatore statunitense AT&T lancia un dispositivo dal colore originale, per il pubblico giovane appassionato alla scrittura di messaggi. Il ricevitore di rete è un GSM Quadband , capace di garantire una copertura ottimale in qualsiasi zona del mondo, grazie anche al supporto UMTS . La navigazione in Internet è veloce, con modem GPRS per il traffico dei dati a pacchetto.