Samsung Gravity Q ReviewSamsung Gravity Q 2
Rarely using any data connection, its 1000 mAh battery permits us two solid days of normal usage. That’s not too bad, but we’re guessing that light users will be able to churn out even more time.
Let’s talk about cost briefly here, as the Samsung Gravity Q for T-Mobile requires a down payment of $9.99 up front, then 24 monthly installment payments of $6 each, which brings its total cost to $153.99. Looking at the figure, it’s not that bad, but come on, this is a quick messaging device we’re dealing with here. We can name a host of other prepaid entry-level Android smartphones that deliver a significantly better experience than this. Even though it’s a device that would be an ideal first phone for kids, we would totally overlook this in a heartbeat – especially when this is simply the kind of phone we could’ve gotten three years ago.
- Easy to use
- Low quality display
- Sluggish performance
- Horrible call quality
Samsung Gravity Q Review - Call Quality, Battery and Conclusion