Saturday, October 16, 2010

Phone Review: Samsung Reality






RATING: 

★★★★


The Samsung Reality is a great compromise between a smartphone and a 'dumb'phone. I picked mine  up today at Verizon, and was pleasantly surprised.

It has many great social networking features, including access to Facebook, Twitter, and other sites. It comes preloaded with several useful apps, with more like Bing available to be downloaded, that take advantage of the spacious QWERTY keyboard. A downside is that there is not access to the Android market. This is offset by the outrageous price: it is sometimes offered for free at Verizon!

The buyer should be aware that this isn't a powerhouse: it just gets the job done. It is the perfect phone for the user that wants both affordability and style. It is highly recommended for any casual user who wants to access the internet and text on the go without making a huge commitment.

What do you think? Tell me in the comments!

9 comments:

Selfishly said...

I've always wanted a phone similar to this. The slidey-keyboard function would be awesome to have.

James said...

Wonder if it's better than my Droid :/

Dungeoneer said...

In my opinion, Android phones are the only ones worth buying at this moment.

irdumb2 said...

not bad lol im hella into HTC stuff now tho

Gansita said...

Besides it has a good design =)

Sam said...

@Ganista

I agree, that's why I bought it in the first place. :]

dirtfarmer said...

sweet phone!

VGBlogger said...

not a big fan of qwerty keyboards, but overall the phone looks sweet

KillerKun said...

I could totally use this phone!