The Samsung Trender is an interesting addition to the Sprint line up in the U.S. market. An entry level smartphone that doesn’t feature Android, the Trender is actually breaking the trend. But does that make the Trender a successful phone or an obvious failure?
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The Samsung Dart is yet another addition into the entry level smartphone market through T-Mobile in the U.S. While the higher end smartphones are saturating the market, the entry level market seems to be more ripe for the taking. Does the Dart hit its mark or does it miss the board entirely?
The Gravity Smart is another entry level smartphone preloaded with Android 2.2. It also comes with a full physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out from under the display. But is that enough to justify calling the phone smart?
The Samsung Exhibit 4G would have, at one point, been considered a higher end smartphone. But with the constant technological advances, it seems the Exhibit has been pushed into the mid tier market. Even after being pushed down, does it exhibit the characteristics to be a great phone?
Smartphones featuring portrait QWERTY keyboards are a fairly untapped market, mostly dominated by the BlackBerry. Samsung has now made another entrance with the Samsung Galaxy Pro, following in the footsteps of the Motorola Droid Pro. But is having a similar name enough?
The Samsung Replenish is Sprint’s first eco-friendly, Android powered, smartphone and is targeted towards green users in the entry level market. However, does the fact that the Replenish is eco-friendly make it worthwhile, or is it just a useless gimmick?
Samsung has now entered into Verizon’s Droid series with the introduction of the Samsung Droid Charge. Featuring a nice design, super AMOLED display and access to Verizon’s new LTE 4G network, the Droid Charge looks impressive. However, is what’s under the hood, the weakness for the Droid Charge?
Want a basic, simple, phone without frills or thrills? Willing to spend $50 on it? Then you’re in the right place as we review the bare basic, Samsung Factor.
A review of Samsung’s best seller of 2009, the low-end Samsung Star S5230. With variations of the Star TV and Star Wi-Fi, is this phone still worth purchasing three years down the line?
The Samsung Galaxy name has long been a dominant name in the smartphone market. The Samsung Galaxy Prevail is an entry level contender set to be released on Boost Mobile. Competing with the likes of the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G and LG Optimus series, does it have what it takes to attract customers?