Samsung SGH-T719 Review
In the messages menu all messages are saved at one place: incoming, drafts, etc. Via the BlackBerry technology the new e-mails also arrive here and you do not need to check/download them manually. They will be pushed to your phone, just like on an ordinary BlackBerry. It is easy to write a new text or multimedia message and it takes only The BlackBerry Data Plan to work with e-mails.
Samsung SGH-T719 is a quad-band GSM phone supporting EDGE data. This enables it to work in the GSM networks of all continents and be completely compatible because it uses all the frequencies of the GSM standard.
It can be connected locally thru a USB cable or Bluetooth. For the latter it supports the1.2 version with the option to use a hands-free device; file transfer is also possible. In the phone set there is a computer connection cable as well as the appropriate software.
So far as the software is the same as the one used for other Samsung phones, we will use the review of the Samsung D900 software:
For synchronizing with a computer, the phone comes with USB cable in
the box and CD containing Samsung PC Studio software. In our opinion,
their software handles perfectly with what it should you can easily
manage the phonebook, organizer and messages, as well as the files on
the phone (images, music, and video) and in addition, Synchronise
option allows you to synchronize the phone and the computer with just
one click. We found the tools for editing of pictures, music, and video
files handy, as you will not need any other software to get multimedia
files ready for your phone (you can easily crop and adjust images or
cut parts of music files to be suitable for ringing tones).