Summary: The Samsung Sunburst is an affordable and lightweight touchscreen phone with a decent set of features and good performance. However, does the interface and slow operation hold it back? Let's review the Sunburst phone in more detail.
Conclusion: The Samsung Sunburst offers good video playback, a friendly user interface, and excellent call quality for a very low price. But be careful which icons you click on because AT&T is all too happy to jack up the Sunburst's monthly fees.
Pros: Big, colorful screen. Great call quality and battery life. Smooth video playback.
Cons: No 3G or Wi-Fi. Bloatware-infested. Required $20/month data plan kills value.
Summary: Samsung Sunburst is a very nice touchscreen feature phone. It feels expensive, has multiple of advanced features and is very easy to personalize to your personal taste. The single major drawback is the lack of 3.5mm jack for the headset.
Excerpt: We rarely witness a cell phone design that is truly different from our general understanding of how such a device should look. Over the years, we have come to think that Samsung is among these few companies that have affinity to experiment to a certain extent with the design of their handsets.
Pros: High-end build quality and large touchscreen in a svelte package, Good call quality
Cons: Messaging is not threaded, Keyboard is laggy, Proprietary charging port and no headset jack
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