Samsung L810 Steel Reviews
Product Type: Samsung mobile phones
Description:Model ID HGSM93 / Samsung L810 Steel - Cellular phone with two digital cameras / digital player / FM radio - WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM / The sleek lines of the Samsung Steel's full metal jacket hide masses of memory and superfast Internet access. Plus its polished good looks are ... more
Samsung L810 Steel ... exclusive to Vodafone.
The Samsung Steel has a music player that gives you a playlist to rival any superstar DJs. The lightning-quick 3G connection lets you browse, email and download without hanging around.
There's also a 3.2-megapixel camera with 3x zoom and a clever feature that takes up to 15 shots at a time. Ready for your close-up?
Newest Review: ... style of some plastic budget phone that people used to use, and that you find all over the walls in cheaper phone stores. Nor ... more
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Customer Samsung L810 Steel Reviews (9)
by - written on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I previously owned the Samsung Steel for 6 months before upgrading to a newer handset, here is my review: The first thing I noticed about this phone was that it had a nice feel to it; it felt sturdy and comfortable in the palm of your hand. The Steel is a slide phone and when slid open the 3.2 Megapixels camera is revealed on the back of the handset. The handset has a metal style back cover and a plastic keypad on the front. In the box with the Steel I received a data cable, which is always nice to see with mobile phones that have cameras etc as this allows easy transfer of images etc. The screen on the phone appears to be very good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10, updated on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
by - written on 29/12/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Samsung steel was the first phone i recieved when i went onto contract. I went from having a motorola Razr to this one. And as sooon as i picked up this phone in July 2009 it soon became my favorite. It's a good little phone and it does everything that you want it to, for a normal user, not a user that will check where they are in the world every five minutes via GPS. One thing i will say about te phone is that it is quite strong. However, there was this one time where i went to the toilets in a pub in Richmond hung my bag on the coat hook and my phone fell out of my bag, and they screen was a little bit smashed which i had to get fixed, i would put this at a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 374 readings)
I bought this phone just over 5 months ago, and have been very impressed with it. It's very rare you'll find a phone with good spec at a decent price. Okay, so it's not a top of the range phone, but it certainly reminds you of the rather more expensive samsung soul. No touchpad of course, but to be honest I never could get the hang of those things! It's sleek look defies the average £70 price tage; fitting comfortably into your hand and slides up and down smoothly. And don't think the pric means this is a cheap, plastic-like false look...I've dropped mine on numerous ocassions and it doesn't have a sign of a scratch or crack yet! The 3.2 mp camera is an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10, updated on 11/07/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
As an owner of an iPod Touch, there was no reason for me to purchase a smartphone. That's the main reason I bought the Samsung Steel. It's nothing special and basically does what it says on the tin (takes calls and allows for SMS and email). Functionality isn't great, and it goes downhill from there. There are four main issues that Samsung should of looked into. Firstly, the battery life is horrible. Two days without being charged, and the phone starts beeping on about its 'low battery'. Much worse than any phone I previously owned. Secondly, the camera is utterly terrible. There are no words to describe just how bad it is. Every picture always is ... Read the complete review
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