Review: Samsung Epix
The Epix is a Windows Mobile 6.1 device with no flair or desire to be anything more than a business-class device. It covers the smartphone basics: QWERTY keyboard, Microsoft OS, decent call quality, GPS, and 3G. It adds little else to make it an enticing buy for anyone other than business users who need a phone for their daily working needs.
At the end of the day, the camera works fine, the music player does what it is supposed to do, it covers all the messaging needs that you could possible want, but there's nothing fun about it.
Final verdict? The Epix is epically boring, but bound to be useful for business-y types that need a workhorse, not a showhorse.
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