Review: Samsung Glyde
Samsung bundles a touch screen and QWERTY keyboard into one, pocket-friendly phone. Reach out and touch the Glyde. With video tour.
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If touch screens turn you on, but you find them lacking when it comes to composing messages, something like the Glyde will be right up your alley. It combines a slick touch-based user interface with the option of a physical keyboard. Throw in EVDO, a full HTML browser and you might think you have a winner in your hands. Is that the case with the Glyde?
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Very tempting...and a question about vib/sound
The review wasn't terribly clear in talking about ringers and vibration: I use my phone for my primary alarm clock- will this thing wake me up?
Can't wait to fiddle with it at Verizon..
I personally jus...
voyager vs glyde
Call quality in Phonescoop's review
Can I use America's choice plan with this phone?
Instinct with a Keyboard?
Feels like we're always two steps behind Verizon here at Sprint.
Is using a parred down version of the TouchWiz UI
Uses the old croix interface
No Visual voicemail.
Software-Based Keyboard on Voyager???
If you're going to review a product, review it the correct way. This is absolutely atrocious. One of the main differences between this phone and the Voyager is the HTML browser (which the Voyager doesn't have), so wouldn't it be a good idea to review this portion of the phone to allow your readers to decide with all of the information? I guess LG just gives you better kickbacks.
Oh well...I guess I'll get my phone "reviews" from elsewhere.
With that said, we were still able to review...