Samsung Rant Review
Small but beautiful, and the new Samsung Rant, a candybar CDMA 850/1900MHz with 1xRTT/EV-DO data connection.
To look at, its most striking feature is the really comfortable QWERTY keyboard that hides behind its horizontal slider mechanism, the most convenient solution in terms of comfortability and speed, which in effect is confined only 114.3mm x 53.3mm x 17.8mm to 130.4 grams.
Here is our short review of the much talked Samsung Rant cellphone:
Not just only for the aesthetics of the service of SMS addicts, the new Samsung Rant provides a set of features in both – hardware and software such as Bluetooth support with A2DP, microSD slot and 2 megapixel camera, the display is a two-inch TFT with a resolution of 176×220 pixels.
The battery life provides you with up to 5.6 hours of talk time.
Samsung Rant Features
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Expandable memory via card
- 2-megapixel digital camera with video capture
The battery technology based on Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) with no memory effect.
Samsung Rant allows up to 5.6 hours talk time to wait can last up to 10.4 days.
The TFT LCD screen resolution is 176 x 220 pixels x 262k colors.
Sounds, ringtones and alerts
The cell phone can play Polyphonic ringtones.
In case if you are in a public place or noisy environment, the Samsung Rant phone allows you to activate the vibrate mode.
The phone also comes equipped with a speakerphone function.
The sound volume can be controlled both from the menus of the device, as from an external volume control.
Samsung Rant also has a digital camera with a resolution of 2.0 Megapixels and a 4x digital zoom.
Other settings of camera: Self-timer, night mode, brightness, white balance functions, spot metering
Audio and video
Music playback: Yes
Supported audio formats: MP3
Video Playback: Yes
Messaging and other connectivity services
Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS, IM
High Speed Connections: 1xRTT, EVDO
Samsung Rant is often compared with LG Rumor 2. Below you can see a video, where the two cellphones are compared:
The Samsung Rant comes with Sprint Navigation service and Sprint Music Store and also has voice recognition technology.
Marketed U.S. operator Sprint, the new Samsung Rant will debut with an introductory price of 49.99 dollars (in two colors purple and black) with joining two-year subscription with Sprint.
In conclusion, if you are not changing much the mobile phone will remain a good option, but not if you like to be always aware of the latest technology as it will need to update your phone every two years.