Samsung U100 Ultra 5.9 Review
In the messaging menu one can find the text/multimedia messages and the email client. Predefined are multimedia templates, but you cannot manipulate them or add new ones. The text templates are empty and one can add them on his own. As on all other Samsung phones, T9 is the system for predictive text input.
For the email client, you can set up to 5 POP3/IMAP4 email accounts. For keeping the data down, one can set downloading limit of 100/300/500KB but there also is an option for automatic polling of emails at interval of 0.5/1/3/6/12/24 hours.
Locally, it connects through Bluetooth but another disappointment is that the version supported is 1.2 instead of the newer 2.0. The older version means that the transfer speeds will be lower.
Our unit came with neither cable nor CD with software, so we were not able to test the PC connectivity options.
The internet browser of the Ultra slim U100 opens the pages as you’ve used to see them on a computer. Not optimized page will open in its full size but due to the small resolution of the display, lots of scrolling will be required. Also some problems occur with visualization (not correct rendering).
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Samsung U100 Ultra 5.9 Review - Messaging, Connectivity, Internet