Product Type: Samsung mobile phones
Newest Review: ... you may have to press them 2 or 3 times before it will realize that you've pressed it. Also the small little i button used to open the in... more
perfect for festivals if you can pick one up cheap, nice and indestructible
Member Name: mattharris1801
Date: 23/01/12, updated on 23/01/12 (6 review reads)
Advantages: Hard wearing, easy to use, intuitive menu systems
Disadvantages: basic, touch buttons are flawed
Got this phone shortly after it came out and had it a good few year, for which time it suited me fine.
The touch buttons on the front give the phone a clean look, but they can be very temperamental. This being that you may have to press them 2 or 3 times before it will realize that you've pressed it. Also the small little i button used to open the internet which could rack up the bill if this wasn't on your scheme as it could be pressed very easily
A bit more detail about its life in your pocket, on several occasions i used to take it out and see that it had rang several people during it's time in my pocket. This is most likely due to the pesky touch buttons, which arnt like touch screen, but are based on some sort of light technology sensors i presume. But essentially meaning that they can be pressed by anything.
The audio is okay, nothing spectacular, but what do you expect.
I now use this phone at festivals and the like due to its reliability, and having dropped this into the double figures on roads, pavements laminate, still works fine with no visible damage. Something thats near impossible with a smart phone.
Summary: okay little phone for limited use and features
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