Samsung Smiley

16 Jul

You can permanently count on Samsung do it two equipment: bury us in new cell phone reviews, and occasionally announce handsets with very silly names. But leave it to Samsung to take up again to outdo itself, for just when we plotting we’ve heard it all, the company unveiled a new phone name that launched us into new realms of the ridiculous.

Now our sources tell that one Samsung employee is exciting with naming its phones. That’s more than believable from a huge worldwide firm, but as Nicole Lee place it, rumor has it that that person has run out of words. Samsung named its SGH-T359 the Samsung . That’s right, it used an emoticon naturally modest for following post and text-pleased teens. We were appalled when we first heard the news last month and wait so today. In fact, we find it so absurd that we’re going to call it the Samsung “Smiley” in this assess. That will show ‘em.

Names aside, the Smiley is a comfortable and functional texting phone for T-Mobile. It has a respectable midrange figure set and it offers decent performance. And best of all, it will cost you just $19.99 with a two-year contract.Smiley 

The Smiley’s upright is somewhat cramped.

From the further than, the Smiley closely resembles the Samsung Strive. It doesn’t come in multiple sign, but it has a akin slider phone point and at 3.9 inches long by 2.3 inches wide by 0.6 inch deep, it’s about the same size. At 4 ounces, the Smiley is just the slightest bit heavier than its predecessor, but it still feels a modest wispy in the hand thankfulness to its plastic shell. Despite the roughness concerns, it’s a practically arresting phone and we’re tickled that Samsung didn’t stamp the exterior with an emoticon.

The Smiley’s 2.6-inch TFT sight shows 262,000 sign in a 320×240-pixel pledge. Sure, it can’t equate with the fancy displays on the latest smartphones, but it’s more than apposite on a midrange texting handset. Its sign, graphics, and photos are sharp, even if the cover is fundamentally unreadable in supervise over light. The menuinterface is typical Samsung, which is to say it’s simple to use. The sight’s personalization options contain brightness, backlighting time, and wallpaper. Read more… at


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