Samsung U600

Another Gadget from samsung U600 is a 10.99mm slim-slider with a 3.2 megapixel camera with 4X digital zoom and LED flash. It has a 60 MB internal memory and can accommodate up to 2 GB external memory. This Gadget also has a music player, FM radio, Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 which enables easy data transfer.

It is really simple but elegant-looking gadget. Samsung used Smart Surface Mounting Technology or SSMT to compress all the features into a slim form so the phone is really slim and light. This Gadget also has touch keys which is very efficient. as a gadget , it also has a very convenient search function to find the files and applications you need.

My only comment on the Gadget is the touch keys. Though I really like this features, I think that sometimes the keys are too sensitive so I usually touch them accidentally when typing a message or just searching the gadget. Also, I have noticed that the battery does not last long compared to my previous gadget, though this probably resulted from my frequent use of the gadget.



Samsung really dropped the ball on this device, given their track record for producing stylish and well-engineered phones in the past. Its as if this phone was released while still in the testing phase. It is crammed with features, but good luck trying to get any of them to work due to the awful click wheel and heat sensitive buttons. Avoid this device at all costs, since using it frustrating to say the least.

he U700 is a slim slider phone with a polished mirror finish, directional click wheel and heat sensitive call and end buttons that screams sleek and stylish, but is so poorly implemented that I cannot in good conscience recommend this phone to anyone.

It is crammed with features such as 3G HSDPA, a 3.2 MP camera, media playback, video recording capabilities, hands free speaker and all the other bells and whistles that cellular phones come with today.

The mirror finish is so prone to smudges, especially when pressed up to the ear that you’ll have a hard time looking at the screen even when its lit up. The paint job is so poorly done that it actually cracks and peels off the phone, leaving it looking as if the dog chewed it up. I know three other people who own this phone and each one of theirs looks the same. The heat sensitive buttons are simply awful, causing you to end a call while in mid conversation sometimes and at other times refusing to even answer a call. The click wheel is over sensitive, and proves a nightmare to scroll through the menu options.

Samsung J600

This is just one of the problems the phone suffers from, secondly the battery backup is just very ordinary. Doesn’t give even a day of standby back up and if we use it for playing music and games doesn’t give a back up of more than 2-3 hours. Just very ordinary for a multi- media set .

Honestly it would be better if you stay a bit away from the set and if you’re planning to buy it better drop the plan as you will be only making people like my brother a bit busier. All the phones which my bother has sold has suffered from the problem and I have seen plenty of the sets lying at the nearby service center as well.

The slider is very prone to malfunction and gets damaged very easily. Even the best of care isn’t enough for the phone. Actually my brother owns a mobile repair shop and I see the phone every other day with the same slider problem. He takes a good sum of money for replacing the strip which is the reason behind the problem. The strips get cut and as the result the slider mal functions. So even after replacing the strips the phone is bound to get damaged in just 2-3 months times. Honestly it is one major source of income for my brother and most of the mobile repairers around.

The phone has some exceptional features for a very low price ,good reception quality and java game support being just the few. Everything from styling to function ability is good about the phone but the phone suffers from a very major setback.

Samsung J600 a very sleek and stylish looking multi media and slider set by Samsung. It really looks good and is reasonably priced as well. The set has a 1.3 mega pixel camera and supports up to 2 GB of expandable memory. The phone just cost around 120 dollars and is a multi media set generally for the middle class.

Samsung a837

All in all I really like the phone, and I think it will be a good phone that will last me for a long time, and I am one of those people that is pretty rough on them.

My only complaint is the same as with any other cell phone, and that is you can’t disable the internet feature without losing the ability to send pictures with text messages. I have never needed or even wanted to use the internet on my phone, however the Samsung Rugby has built in GPS, and I would like to use that, but it requires an internet usage plan.

I have had my Samsung a837 (also known as the “Rugby”) for a week now, and I have to say that I like it a lot. It has been very user friendly, and seems to be built to last. I have watched several youtube videos of people dunking them under water, and pulling them out and they work just fine, however I am not willing to try this with mine. it claims to be water resistant and shock resistant and after looking at how it is put together I believe that it could take quite a beating, but I wouldn’t try to use it to take underwater pictures.