So...which one's more ragged? B2100 or B2700? Which one's better
for adventurous people?
Don, 15 Apr 2010Tough little phone. Real solid. Set it up for AT&T and it works great.how'd you get at&t settings for b2100?
i've had no luck with at&t or with samsung-
how do you download pictures using usb cable as it does not seem to work or do you have to take memory card out each time as instruction booklet vague
very good phone. having all multimedia featurs.has very good music player, though display is small but still its good not so bad.headphone has sterio effect its also plus point of this phone. n 1 mor one can creat his own themes its better than other mobiles
it is great phone the only thing wrong is whene i connect to my bluetooth the person that rings my complaines of a very bad echo
This is a cool phone not to expencive so you can take it anyware.
Looks are not to bad,I like the red.
Can do the same as my Nokia N71.
So I BOUGHT I ANJOY IT
Cheers for now.
I work with fibre glass and have busted so many phones, they really don't like the fine dust that comes with the job. This phone is great, dead basic,yes, but great. Lets face it, all the fancy stuff on most phones you use in the first 48 hours of owning the phone, then you just use the phone as a phone with the occasional text message. Its a bit bulky but who cares. Battery life is great and as long as the builder promises are true and it is dust proof this little baby should last me longer than the usual 4-6 months. Thank you samsung
Not for clumsy people...have you ever heard of the working world i.e construction workers, etc. you dont get out much do you?
Depends on how far your adventure takes you... No phone is going to do you any good if it gets no signal reception whatsoever (I can name quite a few places). For those areas you need a sat-phone. However for daily dings, cracks, bumps, splashes, and occassional drops, I'm sure this phone will do extremely well. Looking forward to see it up close :)
Rex, 22 Mar 2009Wondering how much it would be ……In Germany it can be pre-ordered for 100-120 euros.
A true "adventure" phone should be/have:
- water & dust resistant
- drop proof
- equipped with GPS (at least be able to show coordinates!)
- equipped with compass
- Altimeter and thermometer
- a superb battery
- The back cover should be a mini solar panel to allow charging using sunlight (ok, I am asking for too much now, but it DOES exist!)
That would be a dream phone...
I like it when a manufacture take it back to the old school. I am upset with all the new phones. I have spent a lot of money looking for the right phone and I end up going right back to Nokia, Palm or Samsung. I had the I-Phone, Imate 9502, Sony-Xp,HTC Touch and Pro, took them all back because of problems, Now I currently have the G1 and it is more for a young adult. I love cell phones but the new wave of cell phones are a let down. I can see this phone as my beach phone, it is so simple which is good sometimes, and it does not over promise on any feature...Yes Samsung stick with the Kiss method.