Hands on with the Samsung Strive and Sunburst
Though these phones are both squarely mid-range, they mark the launch of two new high-end services from AT&T that allow the user to back up their contacts and media to their PC. AT&T Address Book backs up contacts, including two-way email sync. Users can utilize the web interface to make changes, import contacts and to send text messages to contacts free of charge. This latter feature differentiates itself from similar services offered by Verizon and Sprint. AT&T Mobile Share allows customers to share pictures and video across their device, PC and social networking sites, though the service is limited to 10MB/month before charges are incurred. The first service, in our opinion, is definitely more useful than the latter.
Stay tuned for our full Strive and Sunburst reviews soon!
Samsung Strive Specifications
Samsung Sunburst Specifications
1. oddmanout posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:45 0 0
do you guys read your reviews off paper? It kind of sounds like your reading sentence after sentence in the same non fluent pace. btw these phones = FAIL. But i guess i shouldnt expect much from a non-smartphone
2. Mateo8326 posted on 23 Mar 2010, 19:04 0 0
how are they fail do explain and be specific as possible
3. ace1122 posted on 23 Mar 2010, 21:24 0 0
Yeah they seem fine to me. Nothing special but that doesnt mean they=fail.
4. jhoots posted on 24 Mar 2010, 14:00 0 0
ill explain... oddmanout is being iggnorant! not everyone in the world wants a smartphone.. in fact, most people have non-smart phones. so, actually this is not a failure. Just because the popularity of smartphones is increasing doesnt mean phone companies are going to abandon regular devices and leave regular customers stranded. Now, that would = FAIL. So, oddmanouts reasoning = fail. i think he was meaning to put it after his tag but just failed in doing so. haha
5. madfinn (unregistered) posted on 05 Feb 2011, 12:52 0 0
glad i dont need a smart phone, they are getting to fancy, they are no phones anymore minature comp