Review: Samsung Gravity Smart
The Samsung Gravity Smart is a decent all-around phone. Its biggest weakness is poor voice quality. Considering that many of us use our phones less for calling and more for networking, browsing, and messaging, this is not a deal-breaker at all.
The menu system is intuitive, the messaging apps are robust, the camera and video camera perform above average for a device of this caliber, and even battery life is commendable. Since the Gravity Smart hits the nail on the head with so many of the basics and advanced features, it is worth recommending to most users. Only the most advanced users, or those who have no need for physical keyboards, need shy away from the Gravity Smart.
The bottom line is that the Samsung Gravity Smart is a smart choice for any new smartphone user looking to ease their way in with a capable and approachable device.
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