"Looks can be decieving!"2.5 starson by sheba94601
Pros: It's attractive & everyone that seen it at first wanted to go out & get it, assuming it was top of the line. Comes w/ a head phone & music sounds good. Onscreen keyboards to the media player buttons, is nice and responsive
Cons: Samsung still hasn't nailed the touchscreen interface. It's a flawed device, but not fatally flawed, and hopefully Samsung will work out most of these TouchWiz UI kinks. Taking pics & texting is cr*p if thats the features u look 4 in a phone.
Summary: Ability to include addresses & several #'s w/ each person , dob, nicknames in ph book. Photo id, picture message with audio that T-Mobile calls an audio postcard. On Video playback, the Samsung Behold is held back by a stodgy player and a strange screen resolution. While the Apple iPhones and the T-Mobile G1 have used a 360 by 480 pixel resolution, the Samsung Behold uses a screen that packs 240 by 400 pixels, a slim, stylish touchscreen phone with a 3-inch display and a 5 megapixel camera. I just can't believe they went thru all this to include a nice camera on the phone but it's so crappy when it comes to taking the flick. I went thru the upteen pics to get a nice shot of my puppy & never got the shot. It takes forever to snap the shot when it does snap =( These teens are tech suave & loved the phone when they first seen it, but it let us all down by the end of the day. I feel so sad for myself b/c I was so excited to get my hands on one *sniff-sniff*