Review: Samsung Impression
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The Samsung Impression would appear to have it all: Good looks, large touch screen, solid keyboard, and a host of attractive features. If you're the heavy messaging type and want a physical QWERTY keyboard, but still like the appeal of a touch screen, the Impression, well, impresses... for the most part.
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Software Glitches - Lacking Security Lock Feature
I do not like that you cannot set an overall lock that re-engages when the keyboard locks rather you must lock particular programs only. the phone will lock upon power on but will not lock again overall. Sucks for hiding saucy text messages or pics. In this mode when you attempt to place a call to a number...
Very nice phone
Another thing to be careful of is that is you do not have an Internet package it is much too easy to go on line inadvertently. Keep that in mind.
One last comment, I have to disagree with the reviewers comments on the display. This phone is the first in the USA with the AMOLED display. At least...
"AMOLED = OLED
It's in the specs.
AMOLED is a strange abbreviation. Almost any OLED used as a main display is technically AMOLED, but it's usually just called OLED. I don't know why Samsung i...
Try it for a few more days and see if you get used to the positioning (...
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