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Patback's review of the Samsung Gravity T

original version, submitted Sep 28, 2013, 11:38 PM:

Phone Issues Part 1

Okay here you go: The most detailed critical review of the Samsung Gravity T t669 phone on the internet. I will write it with bullet points so you don’t feel as if you’re reading a book, but secretly you will indeed get a short book.

-Since a lot of the menus and buttons to use this phone are on the touch screen the whole touch screen goes bananas if I spill one tiny droplet of water on it. I mean, sink spray, rain, pocket sweat, you name it. You now can no longer unlock the phone from the screen, hitting any button has no response or it does a different function completely (ex: sliding the screen)

-If the text message inbox fills up then this phone tells me this - as in it wants me to delete some a.s.a.p. - before I continue doing anything. So it pops up an alert letting me know. If I ignore it then it pops up again and again every minute. So when I’m trying to delete said messages it reminds me again in the middle of choosing which messages to keep or delete, interrupting me and not only making me check a box next to a message I wanted to keep, but also clearing my checked boxes up to that point.

-The touch screen is the most unreliable part of this touch screen phone. It doesn’t respond like an iPhone, or barely responds correctly at all. *Unlock *Unlock, “Oh! That’s right! I gotta get the right angle and hold it!” *Unlock. ”Oops! I lost it!” *Unlock *Unlock *Unlock *Open. Finally.

-When I want to hit the button to check my text messages the “web” button gets in the way. Which is annoying not only to people without an internet plan, but people who WANT TO CHECK THEIR MESSAGES!

-This phone doesn’t have a very good camera, it’s only 2 megapixels and it can’t even zoom in if I’m on the "best" quality.

edited Sep 28, 2013, 11:40 PM to the current version:

Phone Issues Part 1

Okay here you go: The most detailed critical review of the Samsung Gravity T t669 phone on the internet. I will write it with bullet points so you don’t feel as if you’re reading a book, but secretly you will indeed get a short book.

-Since a lot of the menus and buttons to use this phone are on the touch screen the whole touch screen goes bananas if I spill one tiny droplet of water on it. I mean, sink spray, rain, pocket sweat, you name it. You now can no longer unlock the phone from the screen, hitting any button has no response or it does a different function completely (ex: sliding the screen)

-If the text message inbox fills up then this phone tells me this - as in it wants me to delete some a.s.a.p. - before I continue doing anything. So it pops up an alert letting me know. If I ignore it then it pops up again and again every minute. So when I’m trying to delete said messages it reminds me again in the middle of choosing which messages to keep or delete, interrupting me and not only making me check a box next to a message I wanted to keep, but also clearing my checked boxes up to that point.

-The touch screen is the most unreliable part of this touch screen phone. It doesn’t respond like an iPhone, or barely responds correctly at all. *Unlock *Unlock, “Oh! That’s right! I gotta get the right angle and hold it!” *Unlock. ”Oops! I lost it!” *Unlock *Unlock *Unlock *Open. Finally.

-When I want to hit the button to check my text messages the “web” button gets in the way. Which is annoying not only to people without an internet plan, but people who WANT TO CHECK THEIR MESSAGES!

-This phone doesn’t have a very good camera, it’s only 2 megapixels and it can’t even zoom in if I’m on the "best" quality.

*This review is shortened version of the long version, it is longer on another site, but who cares. Don't get this phone. If you're Samsung, find the longer version.*

 

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