Product Type: Samsung mobile phones
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Good Phone For The Older Generation
Member Name: RTripleNine
Advantages: Voice clarity, navigation, design.
Disadvantages: Java, poor camera.
This was one of the first phones I ever got, back in 2008. Back then, I wasn't interested in a phone having lots of features such as apps and video calling, and all of that fancy stuff. Back then, I just cared about it making and receiving calls and SMS messages. And it does both of those very well. Voice clarity is very clear on both ends, and the screen makes reading texts and all round navigating the menus on the phone a delight. As I said before, it is very lacking in features, and is a basic phone.
It does have a camera, a 1.3 megapixel one. Let's just say you won't be taking many family shots with it!
The phone uses Java, which was still the standard for many phones back then, and it comes with a few built in games. Adding some more of your own is a painfully slow experience, to say the least. It definitely wasn't designed for those looking for entertainment on the go in mind!
The design of the phone is very nice. It is very sleek, and the keypad is hidden until you slide the phone upwards, which also is the unlocking mechanism. This also makes the phone take up less space in your pocket.
In conclusion, if you are looking for a phone to just act as a basic phone should, then this is the one for you. They are extremely cheap (many supermarkets sell them for under £20!) and they don't make you look like you are stuck in the dark ages of mobile phones!
Summary: Good for those who want a basic cheap phone with no extra features.
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