Samsung Seek M350 ReviewSamsung Seek 7
Call quality was good with the Samsung Seek, earning an 8/10 rating from callers. They stated that we sounded slightly hollow but otherwise good. To us they were bright and crisp with good voice reproduction. The rated 5.8 hours of talk time will be more than adequate for the majority of users.
The Samsung Seek is a fine device for what it is. It has some drawbacks such as a subpar music player and no navigation, but this phone is aimed at a market that likely isn’t driving yet and already owns an iPod. It is a much better phone than the similarly-equipped LG Remarq even with a price tag that is $30 higher. The Seek is a good first phone and the touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard will appeal to the younger crowd who is more concerned with appearance than substance.
Software version of the reviewed unit: M350.DC27
Samsung Seek M350 Video Review:
- Good size and feel
- Advanced UI for its class
- Good battery life
- No support for Sprint Navigation
- May get overlooked by more advanced phones like the Rumor Touch at a similar price
1. scojan (unregistered)
The Samsung M350 is good for hands free bluetooth function. Quality of audio is generally crisp. The one huge con for this phone is the poor screen material. Make sure you get a protective shield. Otherwise, within days the screen will be a mess of scratches way beyond the norm expected.