Samsung Entro is bare bones, cheap Video
Samsung Entro is bare bones, cheap Video Transcript
Every -- doesn't get -- court for CNET since your first look at the Samsung and -- This is a flip phone for Virgin Mobile on the pay -- -- and Virgin Mobile is a no contract carrier. This is an extremely usable phone really just -- for calls and -- there's not even a camera. The internal screen is one point seven inches of fairly small that you can see everything you need to the keys are pretty big comfortable. Easy to use on here four way navigation toggle with a central select button -- are also some short accused first speakerphone and voice commands. There's GPS on here and the mobile web you can text of course there are a variety of other tools like a calculator. And if you're wondering about voice quality it was pretty good in my test spoke on speaker phone and through the standard -- Those -- only costs 1499. And that is without a contract. As a payload bud prices start as low as twenty dollars -- I'd -- -- that the Samsung and -- As a very good option for people who really just want an inexpensive phone for making calls. I just -- -- -- for CNET you can read the full review at cnet.com.
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Samsung Entro (Virgin Moblie) Review
The good: 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 bad: The Entro is so bare-bones, it lacks a camera, a music player, and frankly, a personality.
The bottom line: 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.
Samsung Entro (Virgin Moblie) Specs
Part number: SPH-M350ZAABMC
- Product Basic Spec