Expert tests "perfectly decent" Samsung
25 September 2009 — 5:00 PM
Consumers recycling mobile phones for a budget business replacement may want to consider a new article for Trusted Reviews.
Niall Magennis said in an article for the site this week that although there are currently devices like the BlackBerry Curve 8900 available, some may be looking for a gadget that is a little more entry-level.
He said this is the criteria that the Samsung C6625 fills, noting that although the Windows-based smartphone is missing a number of features, its status as a budget solution means it will be "perfectly decent" for some.
The lack of Wi-Fi and a camera that is below par were highlighted as some of the things that "may be a deal breaker for many", but Mr Magennis added there were some positives to be had.
"We like the C6625's slim and light design, good battery life and attractive price tag," he concluded.
Samsung recently unveiled three new Omnia models that also use the Windows Mobile platform.
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