T-Mobile Samsung T509 Review

Posted: May 11 2006, 12:36am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:35pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
T-Mobile Samsung T509 Review
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T-Mobile offers with the Samsung T509 the thinnest candy bar style mobile phone on the US market. Our partners at Digital Trends reviewed the slim phone and basically say it’s not ready to be released without having some issues fixed first.

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" Ever since Motorola introduced their RAZR V3 cell phone, design has been a huge deciding factor for many when it comes to purchasing a new phone. Samsung’s latest offering—the SGH-T509—is an ultra- thin candy bar phone that puts both Motorola’s RAZR and SLVR phones to shame, coming in at only 9.8mm thick.
However, the SGH-T509 has its shortcomings and could be improved in many areas. This is a great phone for someone looking for pure fashion without functionality, but it even fails somewhat in the design department. Read on to find out why the T509 turns out to be a disappointing phone."
Read the full review of the T-Mobile Samsung T509.
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