Review: Samsung T259
The T259 is not about delivering a killer media experience. Even so, it does include a media player. Users can sideload their own songs via the microSD card, and play them back on the handset. Without a dedicated headset jack, however, the experience requires an adapter. Alternately, you can play music back through stereo Bluetooth headphones.
The player itself will let you sort through albums, tracks, and artists. None of my album art came through, and the device didn't play nice with any of my AAC / mp4 files. MP3 files played back with no problem, however. Music sounded OK.
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The T259 can play back any video you've recorded with the handset itself, but I was unable to get it to play back any of my M4V movie files.
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