Review: Samsung SYNC
Dec 28, 2006, 3:36 AM by Eric Lin
Our in depth review of Cingular's slimmest 3G phone yet.
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Cingular had a rocky start launching its 3G service. Although the network was capable of high speeds from the beginning, the first round of 3G handsets were not. It took another round of handsets to take advantage of Cingular's HSDPA advancements, and a third round introduced this fall finally brings slim designs and modern features to the 3G network.
The Samsung Sync is the flagship of Cingular's 3G. It is packed with a number of high end features and is the first handset to take advantage of Cingular's music service as well as offer high speed access to the 3G network.
Despite all this technology, it is easy enough to use that its appeal is not limited to gadget geeks alone.
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Open/Close & Keypad Tones - Arghhhh
Otherwise the phone is great so far. I've only had it for a couple of hours, and I'm eager to use all the functions.
There were a few "CONs" in the review, and I'd like to address a couple of them.
I will agree that some applic...
I agree with your review 100%
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