Samsung Messager III Call them the decent messaging phones with the annoying name, the Samsung Messagerseries marches on at MetroPCS. The prepaid carrier by now has open us with the Messager and Messager II, and now it offers its third model, the Messager III.
Even if you’d guess theMessager III to offer a solid update over its predecessors, the reality is a bit different. Its 1.3-megapixel camera is in fact a lower from the 2.0-megapixel handgun on the Messager II, and it doesn’t offer any facial appearance that we haven’t seen previous to. Opportunely, its point is changed, but that’s not enough to make it stand out. We also had some performance complaints, but it’s not a terrible device by any rate. And it’s just $89 after a $30 mail-in discount and without a contract.
We’re glad that Samsung at least made an try to alter the Samsung Messager III point. It’s not quite as blocky as the earlier handsets, even if it lacks some of the sturdiness that we found on the Messager II. The consequence is a practically slick and simple-to-use device with a spacious upright. It’s not showy, but it works.
The Samsung Messager III measures 4.59 inches long by 2.11 inches wide by 0.57 inchthick and weighs 3.7 ounces. The black-and-blue color machinate is austere, yet pleasing, and the charming lines give it a comfortable feel in the hand. As we mentioned, the Samsung Messager III doesn’t feel quite as well-built as the Messager II, but it should stand up to regular bumps and bruises.
The Messager III’s point is all about the basics.
The QVGA sight measures 2.5 inches and chains 262,000 sign (320×240 pixels). The resolutions won’t blow you away, of way, but most all–from the graphics to photos to the user-friendly menus–shows up well. Also, even if it lacks the touch cover we found on U.S. Cellular’sSamsung Messager Touch, we don’t mind at all, taking into account we weren’t fans of that models’ resistive sight in the first place. Read more at allitreview.com