Review: Samsung Galaxy Exhibit for T-Mobile
The Samsung Galaxy Exhibit is a fine little phone, though it isn't without a few faults. The hardware is mostly pleasant, and it gets the job done in an almost-stylish package. I wish the screen were bigger, but part of keeping the Exhibit's price low is the smaller display. The Exhibit's radio performance was solid on T-Mobile's network. Call quality was quite good, though data speeds were slower than what some might prefer. Battery life was excellent.
The software features if the Exhibit definitely feel behind the times now that Samsung has moved on to a newer version of TouchWiz, but that will likely only be apparent to people such as phone reviewers. The user interface offers plenty of customization features and other tools, though it felt sluggish at times, especially in the camera app.
I'd only recommend the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit to first-time smartphone users. Experienced smartphone owners will find it limiting and lacking in advanced features.
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