Samsung Magnet Review
As we know, not everyone likes touch devices. For this reason, manufacturers often offer cellular phones with new technologies. The latest arrival is the Samsung Magnet model – a small phone with qwerty keyboard and launched a few days ago in the U.S. through mobile operator AT & T. The phone has a VGA camera and 2.1 inch display. It supports GSM network and Bluetooth technology. Finally, the Samsung magnet has a battery that can withstand 5 hours of talk time and can be several days on standby.
The Samsung Magnet is the first handset in the U.S. with an AMOLED 3.2 inch touchscreen, but also from a digital camera of 3 megapixels and a full HTML browser, it comes out on 7th of April. Samsung Magnet price is $200 if you agree to sign a contract with AT&T.
The mobile phone is compatible with GSM, GPRS, EDGE, WAP, HSDPA and GPS navigation features.
It is a touchscreen model with a 3.2 inch AMOLED displays in a resolution 240 x 400 of pixels. On the multimedia side, there is a 3 megapixel digital camera and an MP3 player. No information on the internal memory, but we know it can be expanded using a microSD memory card and a possibility to sync files via USB or Bluetooth.
Samsung Magnet Tech Specs
• Supports GSM (850, 900, 1 800 and 1 900 MHz), GPRS Class 10, EDGE, WAP 2.0 and HSDPA (850 and 1 900 MHz)
• A-GPS chip for GPS navigation
AMOLED Touch Screen • 3.2 inch, 8.12 cm or
• Display in a resolution 240 x 400 pixels (WQVGA)
• Function accelerometer to switch between portrait and landscape display
• 3 Megapixel Digital Camera
• Slot for microSD memory cards
• Bluetooth 2.0
• USB 2.0
Samsung Magnet is a cheap, orange and has a QWERTY keyboard, and we love it. Yes, the web browser is a bit weak, and there is a choice of colors, but we have nothing to say since it directly addresses the messaging market and bright colors. It is comfortable to hold, the operating system very responsive and bright screen is wide enough. It lacks 3G support, but this would mean a higher price too.