yea and always a lack of features. no bluetooth, video recording, infrared, MP3 player,.... ect. same old cheap features. Get with it Samsung, they are 2 years behind in features. Well but I guess they appeal to the simple user to doesn't need advanced technology, my Grandmother loves their phones. as my Grandmother always says K.I.S.S.
because this phone was designed for the high-end business user such as real estate agents and insurance adjusters. the camera allows them to take photo's of property and download it back to the office or immediately send it to the client. its not intended for the recreational user who uses the camera like a tourist or for amateur photographer.
Samsung may not have the extra features like bluetooth and the like, but they are solid phones for recpetion and durability. I manage a indirect T-Mobile retail store and our whole staff uses samsung, they get returned the least and have the least amount of problems. Yeah their phones all look the same and are boring, but cell phones are used mostly for making calls, so I would rather have something that works. We push the samsung because we want you to have something that works, so you don't badmouth our network, not something that can record a video of you not being able to make a phone call.