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Samsung Gravity Txt (T-Mobile)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the value for money and usability. The size and design also get good feedback, whereas opinions are divided on the screen. Many are negative about the camera.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Gravity TXT Charcoal/Yellow Smartphone - T-Mobile (115 MB Internal Storage, microSD Slot, 3G, 2 MP Camera) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Samsung Gravity TXT (blue, T-Mobile)

 

At this point, you'd think that there were almost as many Samsung Gravity phones as there are handsets in the company's Galaxy line. All right, we're exaggerating just a bit, but the Gravity Txt is, in fact, the sixth such device for T-Mobile. First we...

The Samsung Gravity Txt has a functional feature set and admirable call quality.

The Samsung Gravity Txt isn't the best phone for an optical joystick. Though the QWERTY keyboard is spacious, the buttons are stiff and the placement of some shortcut controls is disorienting.

We didn't love everything about its design, but as an inexpensive, easy-to-use cell phone for making calls, the Samsung Gravity Txt gets the job done.

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Samsung Gravity TXT (T-Mobile)

 

The slide-out, four-row QWERTY keyboard features slightly raised, rubbery keys that are stiff but well separated; the feel is an acquired taste. Backlighting is even on both the numeric and QWERTY keypads. I wish Samsung would have left the older...

Roomy QWERTY keyboard. Includes 3G, GPS, and (finally) a real headphone jack

Finicky trackpad. Needs extra function keys underneath the screen in landscape mode. Weak speakerphone. T-Mobile blocks Internet access on third-party apps

The Samsung Gravity TXT is today's quintessential texting phone, although several noticeable flaws hold it back from true greatness.

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"It's decent when it works."

 

This phone is barely worth what I paid for it ($0). If I had it to do over again, I'd pay the extra $50 for the Huwai (almost a smart phone but doesn't require a data plan). When it works, it's all I really need. Unfortunately, it doesn't perform the...

I didn't want a smart phone, and this was about the only other choice. Qwerty keyboard is easier to use than 10 key pad for texting.

Ok, where do I start. It shuts itself off randomly (at least a couple of times a week). Sometimes things like alarms quit working until I reboot it (once every couple of weeks). The touchpad is a pain.

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"Unreliable Phone"

 

This is my 4th phone, one original and three replacements, all in a four month period. None have worked well and my latest one still just turns itself off for no reason. Every one of the phones have had keyboard issues of keys frequently not working....

Small size

Keyboard keys frequently don't work. Frequent loss of connection. Constantly just turns itself off.

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"very good phone"

 

over all it very basic phone with good features and not bad keyboard

the screen is good but not great the size of the phone and the lines

the numbers keys are poor the camera is quality is bad

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This phone's terrible! It only works @ 60% of the time.

 

It is small and light weight. I like the messaging pad although the keys are pretty stiff

The problem with this phone is although you can hear the person on the other end, they can't hear you at all. This happens about 60% of the time. T Mobile sent me a new one because of the problem and I'm experiencing the same thing with it. I don't want t

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"This phone's terrible! It only works @ 60% of the time."

 

It is small and light weight. I like the messaging pad although the keys are pretty stiff.

The problem with this phone is although you can hear the person on the other end, they can't hear you at all. This happens about 60% of the time. T Mobile sent me a new one because of the problem and I'm experiencing the same thing with it. I don't want t

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