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Samsung Gravity TXT T379 Unlocked GSM Phone with 3G capabilities, 2MP Camera, Bluetooth, GPS, Number-Pad + QWERTY Keyboard, MP3/MP4 Player and microSD Slot - Gray

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The Samsung SGH T379 Gravity TXT has a stylish design that is sure to make heads turn. This Samsung cellular phone comes with a full QWERTY keypad that lets you text and type with ease. You can capture your cherished moments with the 2 MP camera of this QWERTY phone. With in-built GPS that also has A-GPS support, this Samsung cellular phone ensures that you never lose your way. The Samsung SGH T379 Gravity TXT lets you enjoy fantastic 3G speeds for easy browsing. What's more, this QWERTY phone has Social networking integration, to let you stay updated.

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  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0063GMSY6
  • Item model number: T379
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #190,880 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By potential customer on May 4, 2013
If I could give this phone "zero" stars, then I would. Like everyone else said, this is a piece of junk that shuts itself off repeatedly. I put up with all of the other issues, but turning itself off is the nail in the coffin. The battery is charged, the phone sitting on my desk, and it just turns off. I type a text, hit send, and it turns off about 30% of the time -- usually without saving the text. I'm in the middle of a phone call and it just stops sending my voice to the other person. (I have to admit that my children like that feature!)

I only use it as a phone, to send texts, and to take an occasional picture. I've never used it online.

FYI -- T-Mobile doesn't consider the phone randomly turning off to be a problem. Rather, it's a selling opportunity for a new phone.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Apollos on September 27, 2012
I got this phone a few months ago and have had almost nothing but trouble with it.

First of all, there are too many keys and functions all crammed tightly together in way too small of a device. One gremlin showed up soon after I got it. I carry the phone in my jeans pocket. It rings and I reach down and take it out of my pocket, put it up to my ear, and before I even say "Hello," someone is saying that to me: "Hello?" "Hello?" It happens all of the time. What's happening is, the key that you push to answer the phone has already been pushed while the phone is still in my pocket, and the caller is already on the line. It gets pushed somewhere in the process of reaching down into my pocket, taking the phone into my hand, and taking it out of my pocket to answer it. This is VERY annoying.

The second negative issue I've had is with the keypad lock function. When I first got the phone and was getting used to the keypad, if I was looking down at a phone number and entering it, if I waited longer than 2 or 3 seconds to push the next key down, the automatic keypad lock had turned on right in the middle of entering a phone number. So I had to push the menu key twice, then push the tiny "joy stick" key to get it unlocked, and then resume dialing. Again, VERY annoying. So I turned off the locking function. But then I started hearing electronic tones of keys being pressed while the phone was in my pocket, so I had to turn the keypad lock function back on. But some time later, something happened, and it went from 2 or 3 seconds to lock up, to a full 30 seconds before it will lock again.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By polarbearpilot on April 25, 2013
THis phone is the worst phone I've had, well 2nd worst phone. The worst one was the first cell phone I got over 15 years ago. This one keeps shutting ifself off randomly. It happens when I have it in my purse, when I have in my pocket, when I have it on the table, even when I make a call. HATE IT. HATE IT HATE IT.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Quem on March 11, 2014
I have had this phone for a year and a half and I have no idea why I put up with it for so long. I really don't expect that much of my phone.

Things I do not expect my phone to do:
--Access the Internet
--Download apps
--Give me directions
--Play videos
--Become a lightsaber

Things I do expect my phone to do:
--Call people and stay connected.
--Text people
--Tell me what time it is
--Tell me how much battery life it has
--Do things when I press buttons

Notice that the things I expect my phone to do are only the most basic functions that all phones should be able to do by default—no more, no less. This phone spectacularly failed to do every single one of the basic functions that phones are supposed to do. Here's how:

1. Call people: As others have stated, this phone randomly shuts off when I try to make a call. This happens quite frequently, and when it happens, it takes several minutes for the phone to reboot and initialize. I have also had the problem of my audio shutting off in the middle of a call, so that I can still hear the person on the other end, but he/she can't hear me.

2. Text people: Same problem with shutting off when I attempt to send a text. Moreover, as others have pointed out, the keyboard is very cumbersome for texting. I actually wouldn't mind this because I have gotten so used to texting with the number pad that I can do it just as fast, EXCEPT the dictionary has the vocabulary of a seven-year-old which leads me to have to resort to the keyboard anyway for many multi-syllabic words.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ema on June 18, 2012
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Mouse in middle takes a while with which to become familiar/comfortable. Some problems with texting and space key. I really liked my old (original) Gravity, but this one is lighter and has a 'conversation' mode for texting which makes it easier to recall what was said last and to whom. Also, the internet service is easier to use and the display is better than the old model. It has a nice size - wish it had more ring tones and this one doesn't seem to have a way to record sounds. More problems the longer I have owned this - it randomly goes out on me. A Samsumg Touch I bought for my daughter (new) was so faulty that we finally just trashed it. This one is on its way out, already. I won't be buying Samsung in any electronic device in future. Very disappointed.
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