"Slightly better stats, but only an intensity."2.0 starson by hellothar
Pros: Tough, good expandable memory, 3.5 plug, full keyboard, good processor speed for what the phone is
Cons: Buggy bluetooth, small underwhelming screen, basic nearly unchanged menu since original intensity, useless camera with nice options...
Summary: The Samsung Intensity series have always been good, rugged, talk and text phones. This is all they have ever been really good at. Despite the attempts to expand on the device with the III, it really fails at it, and the improvements aren't really awe-inspiring.
The improvements to its toughness is appreciated, but for normal use, it was tough enough.
For a budget phone, the screen is good. For version III of this phone, the screen is crap, and should be larger. The processor can handle it.
Even though it has a huge memory option and decent processor,, there really isn't any purpose for all this memory, since picture quality is bottlenecked with the cheap 2.0mp camera. There is a media player on the device, but if you are looking for a phone that has good media playback, there are many options other than the Intensity series.
The best change for this phone is the 3.5 port for those who use it.
If your looking for a basic budget phone that has reliable and very decent talk and text options, this will work out just fine. If you want to do anything else, or want things like a decent screen or camera, look elsewhere.