Nokia E72 is the bomb. taht phone is sleeky and extremely out of this world. So amazingh is that its talk time is about 14hrs. SPLENDID!
Stanlee, 15 Jul 2009Does it have bigger keys than E71/72? What do you guys think?Definitely better than Nokia E71. i don't know the E72
The phone actually looks nice but i just wonder when its gonna be released or are they waiting for the release of NOkia's E72? Furthermore, i am sampling chioce and i wld love to know hw many wld prefer B7320 over E72? knd i have a feedback?
Nice form factor. Clean and lean. Modern looking. I like it. Just don't like the D-pad design. The whole body frame and qwerty keys are beautifully designed. Slim too. Nice colour.
how come it says "Coming soon. Exp. release 2009, May" - Folks it's already July 2009 .....?????
when will it be available in the philippines? and how much is the price on the unit.
i really love this phone i think it's the best thing. i'm not really a fan of touch screen phone so i think this one does it for me. well done samsung
You will enjoy Windows Mobile 6.5
Unfortunetly, Internal memory is only 70MB and processor 528Mhz. The Spec(s) are of 2008
It should atleast 128MB Internal memory. Processor should atleast 624Mhz
Anyway, it is acceptable. Don't delay more, please launch it soon worldwide.
i hate windows mobile, why dosent samsung try omnia hd in this kinda phone?
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2009This looks like a copy of Motorola q9hyes.but the function doesn't. 3.15 mp and probably less lagging.
I agree, Samsung wins my respect even more each day. Before I was a Sony Ericsson fan, started on T68i and remained faithful until K660i (my last SE mobile). Then I saw and desired D880 DuoS and own 2 of them. Now I got myself a long-awaited B5702. I admit I'm addicted to Samsung mobiles, they work very well. Problem is, not all of their mobiles (even high-end ones) have the "C" delete key - like U or M series - and this is a must for me. Another feature I miss is call recording, not present on the DuoS series. And I would like so much to be able to use left and right on phonebook list to circle through a contact's numbers (like Sony Ericsson does) instead of going through groups or FDN. That sucks.