"I have been waiting forever for this!"4.0 starson by imaddhatter
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