Review: Samsung Intensity II
Oct 3, 2010, 9:39 PM by Philip Berne
The Samsung Intensity II is a simple messaging phone with a familiar design on Verizon Wireless. Will this satisfy more than your messaging needs?
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LG Cosmos vs. Samsung Intensity II
I am a basic phone and texting user looking for good calling qualities (connection, voice, etc,, )good battery life, 1000 contacts (with multiple #'s, ect.)along with apps for alarms, calendering, stop watch, to do list, and note pad.
Considering these features can you offer a review of the LG Cosmos and a comparison of these 2 feature phones?
Thanks in advance for your assitance.