Samsung Highlight SGH-T749 - Orange (Unlocked) Cellular Phone
The Samsung Highlight has a comfortable design, with an orange exterior and advanced touch screen with customizable widgets. Jam-packed... Read More
The Samsung Highlight has a comfortable design, with an orange exterior and advanced touch screen with customizable widgets. Jam-packed with features, the Samsung Highlight SGH T749 cell phone will keep the user happy around every corner. This cellular phone has an advanced interface that uses customizable widgets for easy access to every favorite application at a finger's touch. Those who enjoy a full Web browser on their cellular phone will like the Samsung Highlight SGH T749 cell phone's clear, full, and bright display as surfing the Web for the news, sports, or social network pages is as easy as using the Web on a PC. The Samsung Highlight also features text messaging, instant messaging, picture messaging, video messaging, and email options for virtually every way to stay in touch with someone right in one place. Typing is even made easier with the full QWERTY keyboard available for the user. Moreover, the Samsung Highlight has a 3 MP camera and camcorder with a storage capacity of 60 MB. This allows the convenience of taking beautiful pictures with a 3x digital zoom, and spur of the moment video taking at the fingertips of the cellular phone owner. This phone uses T-Mobile carrier service. Minimize
Product Review Summary
4 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 15, 2010
Great little touch screen phone
Pros: Battery life, Color, Cheap, Touch Screen, No Data Plan.
Cons: No hard keyboard.
This is a must buy, it just does everything well. I would buy another as a backup for when this one dies. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 24, 2009
Samsung Highlight - pros/cons
Pros: 3.0 MP camera
long battery life
Cons: lack of exterior color choices
small screen = difficulty typing
lack of applications
I'd buy it with a new contract so you get a deal. For the $200 I spent, I wish I had gotten more application choices and a larger screen.
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