- Size (LWH): 6 inches, 9 inches, 12 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
Samsung Blackjack i607 Unlocked GSM Phone with 1.3MP Camera, QWERTY Keyboard and Memory Card Slot--U.S. Version without Warranty (Black)
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- 1.3 megapixel camera
- 65MB of built-in memory
- QWERTY keyboard
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The Samsung BlackJack was designed from the chips up for one purpose - to make you look smart. As its start-up program, you’ll get Windows mobile 5.0, so you’ll never be far away from the operating system you’re familiar with. A full QWERTY keyboard makes it easy as 1-2-3 for you to send text messages or e-mails to your friends and colleagues. There’s a time for work, and a time for play; when it’s time for play, use the 1.3 megapixel camera to take memorable pictures of your weekend outings. This Samsung phone also comes with Bluetooth 2.0 wireless technology, making sure you’re up-to-date with the latest wireless connection. You’ll get 65MB of built-in memory, but you can also insert your microSD card for additional storage space. All in all, the BlackJack will keep you organized, in touch, on the job and looking good. You're feeling smarter already, aren't you?
Top Customer Reviews
The only two observations are:
@ The speaker phone microphone is too low, so it makes it very hard to listen to the other person.
@ It takes longer to learn the featuers because it takes more steps to get to something, so you really need to take the time and play with the phone in order to get it to work at full capacity.
I originally became so frustrated with my Samsung Solstice a887 Phone (AT&T) that I resolved to spend the bucks to get an unlocked phone a full year and a half before my contract was to expire. My chief complaint with the Solstice was the calendar, it's bad enough that it doesn't sync directly with Outlook (it has its own proprietary calendar/contacts software that does that) but the real problem is that the file record limitations for the Solstice mean that you'll retain little more than the name of the appointment, the phone number or address and little else.
The Blackjack has none of those limitations, which means that I can put an entire travel itinerary in an appointment file and easily retrieve flight numbers and references without the fear of the text ending early.
I like the keyboard, it's great for texting. And using Activsync, all I have to do is plug my phone into a USB port and the calendar is updated within minutes.
Technologically speaking, this is probably a couple years behind the curve. I wouldn't suggest this to heavy mobile internet users, but for the occaisional email retrieval or send it's fine. What's important is that you have a good idea as to what functions you'll actually use and/or need. Why spend more for bells and whistles that hold little or no appeal to you?
As for the actual phone, it is a very decent upgrade to my Razor V3. The picture quality is pretty decent, and you can put up to a additional 2GB in the phone via the SD Card slot on the side. You can also upgrade it to Windows Mobile 6, which you can get for free by going to the Samsung website and follow the FAQ in the i607 section. The sound quality is pretty decent, and the range of games is just what I was looking for. It might not be able to handle full 3D games all the way, but it does a good job on most of the 2D games. The menus can be a little confusing at times, and the phone is a little older, but look at this if you want to get a no-contract phone on the cheap without going through a phone provider.
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