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Samsung X427

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG' started by warriorfootball9, Jul 11, 2004.

  1. warriorfootball9

    warriorfootball9 Junior Member
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    Location:
    Streetsboro, Ohio
    My Phone:
    Samsung X427
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Cingular Wireless
    On Cingulars web site it is advertising saying that that samsung x427 is their best selling phone. I have herd that this phone is not that good. Can anyone who has this phone tell me how the phone is for them.
     
  2. Etorres777

    Etorres777 Life is good for now..
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    Apple iPhone 3G
    Wireless Provider(s):
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    Cingular and AT&T sell that phone a lot. I have the X426 which is the same thing as the X427. I love the phone. It's light weighted and small. It's worked fine for me even though I have dropped it on concrete a couple of times. The reception is not bad. If you were really thinking of getting the phone, try it out. Again, it's a good phone.
     
  3. St. Jacque

    St. Jacque New Member

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    Location:
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    My Phone:
    Samsung X427
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Cingular
    I have to agree the X427 is a very good phone. We have 3 of them and not one complaint or lost call.

    Pro's:

    1. Small and light weight
    2. Reception (holds signal)
    3. Screen (indoors)
    4. Menu navigation
    5. Loud and clear
    6. Ringer (adequate, but could be louder)

    Con's:

    1. Screen (outdoors)

    Overall:

    A very good basic phone for the casual or new user.
     
  4. warriorfootball9

    warriorfootball9 Junior Member
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    Thanks for the input.
     
  5. Etorres777

    Etorres777 Life is good for now..
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    Welcome. ;)
     
  6. St. Jacque

    St. Jacque New Member

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    Cingular
    No problem
     
  7. ed878

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    I have a Sprint plan and am thinking about switching to Cingular. I don't use the phone a lot anymore so I'm thinking about switching to Cingular because it's cheaper since I can get ringtones and images without paying for Vision and Picture sending (my Sprint is a camera phone). Does Cingular charge a fee for downloads like in bytes like Sprint? Can I download any ringtone or image or does it have to be from Cingular?
     
  8. RedMosquito

    RedMosquito Junior Member
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    You have to buy the Wireless internet express package to get the ringtones and wallpapers I believe. I have the x427 and I love it. I get great reception. Much better than my other gsm phone (sonyericsson T226). Only thing i dont like is that the phone is sluggish. When using wallpapers that are in motion (animated .gif's) They chug along so slowly. Also, the memory is minimal. I was only able to download about 4 different Musictones before running out of memory.
     

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