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Samsung Entro / Seek SPH-M350

alaTest has collected and analyzed 249 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design and battery. The usability and screen are also mentioned favorably, but there are some mixed reviews about the reception and responsiveness. Some have doubts about the apps and reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Samsung Entro / Seek SPH-M350 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Samsung Entro / Seek SPH-M350

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 112 user reviews of Samsung Entro / Seek SPH-M350 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on Amazon.com.

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84% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Samsung Entro Prepaid Phone (payLo by Virgin Mobile)Samsung Seek M350 Phone, Cool Blue (Sprint)Samsung Seek M350 Phone, Pink (Sprint)

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Samsung Entro (Virgin Mobile)

 

It may be new, but the Samsung Entro is a blast from the past. It harkens back to a time before smartphones, before camera phones, even before 3G. It's an absurdly inexpensive ($14.99) little flip phone with plans as low as $20 per month on Virgin...

Inexpensive. Simple. Large number pad

No Bluetooth. No multimedia features of any kind

The Samsung Entro for Virgin Mobile is a bare bones flip phone that does a fine job of the absolute minimum.

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Samsung Entro (Virgin Mobile)

 

The prepaid Samsung Entro flip phone for Virgin Mobile isn't anything special, but you may just find that the inexpensive, no-contract handset is exactly what you need for placing and receiving calls and the occasional text.

The Samsung Entro has strong call quality, voice actions, and GPS. Its competitive price makes it one of the least expensive simple phones anywhere.

The Entro is so bare-bones, it lacks a camera, a music player, and frankly, a personality.

You can't beat the Samsung Entro's no-contract price and simplicity when shopping for a dead-simple phone that only fields calls and texts.

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Samsung Seek (Boost Mobile)

 

The Samsung Seek has an appealing design with a touch screen and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. A subscription-based navigation app and multimedia features are a plus.

Its small touch screen is a little cramped and its slow connection speeds make Web browsing ponderous.

The Samsung Seek's multimedia features make it a decent middle-of-the-road messaging phone, but an attractive monthly prepaid price tag and a new design for Boost Mobile earn it bonus points.

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Samsung Seek (scarlet red, Sprint)

 

Even though we typically associate the touch-screen interface with smartphones and high-end feature phones, there are midrange devices that offer it as well. Take the Samsung Seek from Sprint, for example. Billed as a simple messaging phone with a...

The Samsung Seek has a sturdy compact design plus a nice QWERTY keyboard. It offers basic multimedia features and threaded text messaging.

The Samsung Seek doesn't have EV-DO, so surfing the Web can be rather slow with the HTML browser. Photo quality isn't great and speakerphone quality can sound a bit muffled.

The Samsung Seek is a serviceable midrange messaging touch-screen phone for Sprint customers.

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Samsung Seek SPH-M350 (Sprint)

 

The home screen features shortcuts to Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace Java apps, plus the built-in messaging app. Four separate panels divide up the icons into task groups such as Fun and Web. You can also add your own widgets to the main page....

Pleasantly small. Clear voice quality. Solid music playback. Comfortable keyboard

Doesn't record or play video. No GPS or 3G. Middling battery life and camera

The Seek is a good buy for messaging mavens on a budget, but it's behind the curve as a media and Web phone.

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Samsung Seek Cell Phone Review

 

Even though we typically associate the touch-screen interface with smartphones and high-end feature phones, there are midrange devices that offer it as well. Take the Samsung Seek from Sprint, for ...

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Samsung Seek M350 Review

 

It wasn't too long ago when the touchscreen marked was the pinnacle of cell phone achievement. They represented the best of the best with the spec sheet to match, but like anything in the gadget world this once high and mighty piece of tech has crept...

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Samsung Seek Review

 

The Samsung Seek is a sturdy, midrange, simple messaging touchscreen phone featuring a nice QWERTY keyboard as well as basic multimedia features and threaded messaging. It is indeed a decent choice for Sprint customers. Learn more about the phone in...

In all, the Samsung Seek is a decent and durable midrange messaging touchscreen phone with a nice QWERTY keyboard, multimedia features and threaded text messaging. Available at $79.99 with a new two year Sprint service agreement, the Seek is indeed a...

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Samsung Entro Reviewed

 

Even though the Samsung Entro SPH-m350 is not an extraordinary mobile phone, it is undoubtedly a good performing and unique touchscreen device combining both functionality and entertainment. Find out if its the phone for you in this review.

It may lack the features to gain smartphone status but the Samsung Entro SPH-m350 is still value for money with a price tag of $29.95 with a three year contract. If you want to make it a little shorter, you can go for Entro’s two-year agreement of...

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Samsung Seek Cell Phone Review–Basics Well In Hand

 

And now, to end out a week of reviews, we've got something from the Samsung camp out at Sprint to review for you today. We'll be tackling the Samsung Seek, and though it's a bit on the small side, it will still do a decent job providing value, at least...

Basics are well represented ; Controls aren’t difficult to work with

Display is cramped ; Battery is mediocre ; Many advanced features are unavailable

The Samsung Seek is a slider style phone that offers a full QWERTY keyboard, an address book with room for six hundred contacts, a Facebook app, a MySpace app for some reason, speakerphone, calculator, notepad, calendar, world clock, mobile web, GPS,...