Samsung B7722 Dual SIM Unlocked GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera, Touch Screen, Wi-Fi, MP3 and Micro SD Memory Extension--International Version with No U.S. Warranty (Black)
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- GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1, GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 2, HSDPA 2100 - SIM 1 only
- 5 Megapixel Camera, 2592x1944 pixels, LED flash
- 240 x 400 pixels, 3.2 inches TFT touchscreen, 256K colors
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP
- Talk Time: Up to 12 h 50 min, Standby Time: Up to 420 h
- This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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The B7722 is a dual-SIM device that not only supports dual standby but also integrates 3G. The phone’s first SIM will support 3G bands (900/2100Hz) whereas the second number will be restricted to GPRS/EDGE speeds. In addition to its dual-SIM capabilities, the phone features a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, TouchWiz UI, 5MP camera with LED flas, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, FM Radio, DNSe technology, music player, 200MB internal memory, microSD card slot (up to 16GB), social networking site support and a 1200mAh battery.
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My verdict: I hate it so much, I have gone back to using my nokia E71 and suffering with one sim card.
These are the phone's pros:
3)Looks and feels good in the hand.
4)Fair video recording.
these are the things that make me wanna smash this phone into a wall:
1)When searching for a contact right out of the contacts shortcut, it will not suggest to you possible contacts as you tyoe in characters. If for example you want to find Dr. Fred. If you type in only "Fred" into the search field,"Dr.Fred" will not show up as one of the possible "FRED's" you are searching for.
Ironically when you try to search for a contact to send a text message through in the messaging shortcut, it will suggest names for you. What kind of crap is this from samsung? It makes searching for contacts through the contacts shortcut short an agony!
2) The phone just keeps switching itself off for no apparent reason. Initially it would actually re-start itself , but in the two weeks before I dumped it, it just kept swithcing itself off on its own accord. Some people have postulated that it could be the way the buttons at the bottom of the face of the phone are designed-they can be easily "long pressed" even just by putting the phone in a tight trouser pocket and hence switching it off. However I have found it off when it previously was on and just lying on the table with a fully charged battery!
3)It doesn't allow for one to assign names to the FM radio stations it has tuned and saved! This means you have to recall the frequency of your favourite radio stations. An un necessary requirement considering technology is meant to make life easier.
4)If after scrolling through all those radio stations it has saved you ended up choosing to listen to the station whose frequency was saved lets say two pages on the list of radio station.If after listening to your station chose to go back to the list of saved stations to choose another one, the interface will atke you back to the list but will display the stations starting from the first one downwards instead of taking you back to the position on the list of the station you last listened to.
5) Surfing using opera mini is such a pain.The phone's touch screen which is resisitive in nature makes it such a hassle to navigate around a downloaded web page. Its 3G speeds are not 7.2 mbps, its more like 3.6/3,2.....which is pretty slow.
6)The location of the 3.5 mm adaptor is such an inconvenience especially when you want to listen to media files while the phone is in yo pocket. I think the best location of a 3.5mm jack or adaptor is at the top or bottom of any phone. I will not express my disappointment at them for not being able to provide an outright 3.5mm jack and instead giving us an adaptor for it.
7)It seams the message alert tones can not be changed to downloaded tones. This means in places where there are many samsung phones, you will be looking at your screen everytime you here a samsung message lert tone beacause you think its your phone going off only to see maybe four or thee other people also staring at their samsung phones!
8) I haven't tried the in built dolphin browser because I think it will be the last nail in the coffin of a phone I was head over heels in love with until I bought it,....now I cannot wait to dispose of it!
I will try the apple iphone 4 next and get it out of the way too. I think am missing something there although I think I might end up getting the sony ericsson xperia pro of nokia e7 just because they have QWERTY keyboards.....
As for my two simcard sojourn-its officially at the end of its tether.
MY ADVISE: DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE. LOOK AT THE REVIEWS ON AMAZON AND YOU'LL REALISE AM NOT BEING BLINDLY BIASED!
I was hesitant to purchase a phone with no slide-out keyboard, but the touch screen keyboard (not qwerty) is the least of my issues. If you have to dial a number and enter an extension (or any numeric menu selection) this is not the phone for you. I have had this phone for over a month and cannot find any way possible to access the keyboard during a call, which is a nightmare. I also find the phone freezes up easily. My biggest disappointment is the email accessibility; the phone does not automatically read network data on SIM cards so you basically need an IT degree to figure out the required info to set up network, to access email accounts. Also the documentation with the phone is remedial - plenty of info on how to dial a call (duh!) but no info on some of the obscure icons that pop up or accessing the keyboard while in call to make a numeric selection. This may not sound like a big deal - but wait until you are traveling and try to refill a travel SIM card and you must do by phone, "press 5" - it ain't gonna happen.
There is no warranty offered for US consumers, so unless you like frustration and hours of tinkering with the set-up this is not the phone for you. I am sorely disappointed in this purchase.
Buy with your own risk. Two sim doesn't work together at all. reception is terrible. I'm sorry that I bought this phone. I wish I could return it back.
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En realidad el equipo llego en buen estado, y esta todo en buen funcionamiento, gracias por todo.