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Samsung - Shameful D307


Sep 28, 2005, 2:14 PM
Am I the only one who thinks the Samsung D307 is a huge step backwards? Samsung is known for making sharp phones with visual appeal - the D307, in my opinion, is a disgrace to my eyes. I wouldn't own that phone for anything - ug.

Mad Disappointed !!!

Sep 28, 2005, 2:15 PM
Once again, misinformed. Do some research and see just what this device can actually do. It's quite amazing

Sep 29, 2005, 1:43 PM
while this phone may not be artistically designed by some famous painter, nor is it quite as sleed as most other sammy phones, i must say this is a step forward for samsung - and a pretty big step. Bluetooth, full qwerty, interesting dual flip hinge, speakerphone. only thing is it's not a smart phone

Oct 13, 2005, 11:47 PM
Well actualy it is a smart phone it is loaded with WM 03 SE. For all here is a link that has more info about it. I also heard that it will be at around $349 with Cingular (no contract price and it could be at around $249 with a 2 year contract.

http://www.phoneyworld.com/newspage.aspx?n=1412 »

Sep 29, 2005, 4:11 PM
although i like samsungs the most of all manufacturers, i must say it has more faults than most samsungs. maybe i'm so critical of it because i love samsungs so much.
firstly, the bluetooth is a superb step, as well as the dual hinge mechanism. i was always enticed by the swivel of the p735 and this is just as cool. and it would be another great step if it were quad band
However, it looks like the old school samsungs. a color outer display is absolutely necessary and a camera is expected on the phone. as much as i like functionality, form has to be there. everyone wants a spouse who can do everything, but no one marries just on personality. but more often do people marry on looks, or buy a razr.

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