Pros Android 2.2.2 Froyo is very nice even thought 2.3.2 Gingerbread would be better. ICS would fix that I am sure. LED flash is a plus compared to other Samsung Gravity line. Using 3G is very nice since we all know 4G isn't different at all. 800MHz of process
Cons 3.2 inch screen is a bit of a disappointment and a QVGA display isn't as vibrant compared Samsung's other Android phone,but what can you expect from a 29.99USD smartphone. Using Samsung's widget and UI skin never was my favorite. Most likely to use a laun
Summary I have the Samsung 2 for about two years now. Once I heard that they have made a Samsung Gravity Smart, my heart stopped. I have been asking and dreaming for Samsung to great a Gravity android phone for years now. The price is great for someone (me) that wants a Android phone without paying so much for a SUPER POWERED phone. Even thought I would love to have a phone with a 1GHZ or dual core phone,its not really needed for a college student like me. Having 2.2.2 Froyo is great since most apps now work with anything from 2.1 to later. The processor is decent and if it can play Angry birds without much lag, I'm all for it. Thank you Samsung to keep the Gravity line alive. You have answered my prayers. :)I am a Google Android fan-boy,if you want to say. So, having a budget phone with all my google webapps and apps such as Docs and Gmail is amazing. I never played with the phone in person,but once I get go to a T-Mobile store with a working model, I would love to great it out.
Updated on Jun 24, 2011
Pros Bright and responsive touch screen, solid design, clear call quality (with WiFi calling), built in navigation, LED flash
Cons virtual keyboard is small but uses Swype which is about 85% accurate. Very google oriented which could be bad for those who do not have gmail, picasa, etc.
Summary I switched from the Gravity T to the Gravity Smart today...it's excellent! The touch screen is very responsive, but not overly so. The screen is bright and the colors are crisp. The internet pulls up quickly, and I love the built in facebook and gmail buttons. Gmail syncs with my account so if I delete something, it removes it from my inbox everywhere (Gravity T didn't do this). I am able to access my google calendar and picasa account with ease. Buttons on pull-out qwerty keyboard are not as raised as with the other gravity phones, so the new feel takes some getting used to. When you make a call, the phone screen locks, but when you take it away from your ear it wakes up so you can end the call...how cool! No more accidentally pushing the screen with my face. :)
All in all, I think it's an excellent phone (especially for a beginner smartphone user). It has android 2.2 (froyo), a 3MP camera with LED Flash, 800MHz processor, tethering, threaded texting, and a 3.5mm jack. Yay Samsung!
Pros There are no pros as far as I am concerned!
Cons Where do I begin? Well this phone is pathetic. You have to use 1 ringtone for all contacts! You cannot give each contact their own ringtone, so you never know how is calling unless your phone is right there. The music player is horrible and it won't play
Summary DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!!