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T-Mobile announces 3 new Samsung Phones (pix)

Discussion in 'T-Mobile Forum' started by JFB, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. JFB

    JFB Gold Senior Member
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    *Press Release*

     

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    And here are some pics of the Samsung :)

    Thats right, the name of the phone is a smiley :) which on this forum is converted to the smiley graphic. :rolleyes:

    Also attached is a fact sheet for all three phones.
     

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    Good luck.

    I am at the point now where I am likely going to switch carriers because the current Samsung Gravity I own, almost always drops the signal when using the mobile web (T-Zones).

    No one knows why. Both at home and at work, I am directly across from T-Mobile cell sites and have a decent signal - for phone calls. After web browsing for 30 seconds or so - no signal, then it's another 10 or 15 seconds before the handset-with-line-through-it changes back to signal bars again.
     
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  4. M in LA

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    And this is the VERY reason I never trust Samsuck phones, no matter how nice they are.

    Samsung makes pretty good electronic devices, but IMO, their phones are crap.
     
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  5. EdwardP

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    I agree re electronic devices, especially their HDTV's.

    I activated a TracFone on AT&T this evening, it has a web browser, camera and Bluetooth. So far, I like it, no loss of signal and I can also connect to mobile web sites that the Samsung Gravity could not. Good news - the phone isn't a Samsung. :D
     
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    How long has this been happening? It might be due to network upgrades.
     
  7. EdwardP

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    It's actually been happening for months now. Where it occurs both at home and at work (where the cell sites are directly across the street at both locations), this leads me to believe that it is a phone problem. T-Mobile technical support was unable to diagnose the problem.
     
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    I would agree if it has been going on for that long. :(
     

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