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T-Mobile Intros New Samsung Gravity

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This seems like the place to add

Rich Brome

Jul 1, 2013, 9:00 PM
Ha.

Well, Samsung and T-Mobile will tell you the phone is new. It's our job to tell you how "new" it really is. ...whether it's a re-badging of another phone, or how different it really is from its predecessor, etc. Those are things we think are important to address.
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Troper

Jul 1, 2013, 9:20 PM
But really, have you thought about adding "BROME OUT!" to the end of reviews? I think it would add some zazz.
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Rusty Shackleford

Jul 3, 2013, 12:59 AM
Keep in mind that some people might find how "new it really is" to be irrelevant because they might be looking for objective feedback on a new device that they want to use as a phone instead of a surrogate best friend. I think if your site can go on and on and on about irrelevant details about the appearance of the latest entry into the field of ubiquitous black slabs then you should also be able to provide details about phones that aren't intended to be the latest elitist toy.
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Troper

Jul 3, 2013, 7:33 PM
What more do you want from a review? It makes calls, it does texts. It's slighly bigger than the previous one, but otherwise similar.

TROPER OUT!
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Rusty Shackleford

Jul 4, 2013, 10:59 AM
Like I said, if the reviewers can manage to find a way to go on and on for a full paragraph describing the aesthetics of the latest "me too" black slab smartphone that looks virtually identical to every other black slab, then they can certainly find ways to provide details about how well this phone performs.

Your dismissal of the relevance of such details exhibits the exact elitist attitude I was referring to. Because it is not a glitzy substitute best friend for people and unlikely to impress, does that mean we do not need to know anything about the phone's reliability, the quality of the audio, or how well the pictures come out? Does it even have a flash? We don't even get any word on how solid the build feels. Being a quick messagin...
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Troper

Jul 5, 2013, 3:30 PM
That means I don't have to constantly talk down to people in order to raise my position.
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Tofuchong

Jul 2, 2013, 11:39 AM
The Gravity T was a HORRIBLE phone. Terrible. Horrible touch screen, horrible processor, horrible amount of internal memory. You would really need to work hard to make a phone that bad.

I would say that it is nearly impossible for any other phone to be as bad (unless you buy Kyocera). The Gravity T had so many problems that any brand new phone should definately work better, any new phone. Any, even a flip phone.
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