Conclusion: The Samsung Soul is fairly straightforward, but that’s what impressed me. It’s by no means a do-all phone: there’s no GPS and no Wi-Fi, for starters. It just works well and provides an enjoyable user experience.
Conclusion: Performance While all the phone's key features - camera, music player and ultra-fast internet speeds - perform to an excellent standard, the Soul's call quality fails to reach the same standards, and the video-recording capabilities also appear to have been neglected.
Summary: After much fanfare and hype over one of Samsung's flagship fashion devices, the Samsung U900 Soul (dubbed for its Spirit Of ULtra moniker) graced our labs just a few days ago. While we did manage to get a quick feel of the Soul's DaCP Magical Touch interface and the 5-megapixel camera earlier on...
Summary: The reception quality put up by the U900 is in line with other Samsung-branded devices. The ringtone volume is quite decent, as it can be heard in various environments. The silent alert is average strength-wise, no significant improvements have been made here.
Excerpt: Samsung has introduced yet another gorgeous phone to add to their U lineup. The Samsung SGH-U900 is a gorgeous slider phone with 5 mega pixel camera and some unique features. Read on to find out more about the Samsung Soul.
Summary: The U900’s adaptive touch control system makes using this handset a breeze. Although it’s not without its faults, the overall package combines a stylish and well built frame with the latest HSDPA technology, ensuring this is an excellent choice for most consumers.
Pros: Adaptive touch window, build quality and design, 7.2 HSDPA, 5-megapixel camera, intuitive OS
Cons: No 3.5mm headphone jack, tactile feedback of keypad, mediocre Internet browser