Review: Samsung Highnote
Nov 23, 2008, 11:08 PM by Stewart Wolpin
The Samsung HighNote packages a high-end feature set and solid music capabilities in a less-than slick slider. Learn what makes it click.
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The Samsung Highnote is filled with state-of-the-art functionality – 3G EV-DO network connectivity, music player, a-GPS navigation mapping and direction, streaming TV, user configurable user interface, POP/IMAP email, to name a few. But other than its dual slider design – slide the top up and you get a traditional alphanumeric dial pad, slide the top down to reveal a stereo speaker array – Highnote doesn't look much like a cutting edge cellphone. So is Highnote a modern phone in a retro package, or are its modern functions inhibited by its lack of modern ergonomics?
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It fails in it's key duty as a music player phone.
And the phone looks like a cheap Chocolate 2 phone.
please enlighten me as to how the highnote fails specifically as a music phone.......??...