Have you ever gone into an electronics store looking for a piece of equipment, lets say a 1080p TV set, to complement your swank bachelor pad and had the salesman try to sell you an over priced, under performing piece of crap? Who cares if he has one of them at home?
From the moment he opens his mouth you get the feeling that he's trying harder to make a sale than he is to help you. We know that sucks and that’s why we came up with Gadget Pr0n. We’re here to inform and enlighten you about all things electronic. Plus, you can trust us, because we don’t get paid based on commission.
On today's show, we're going to review the Samsung Beat Phone.
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Samsung Beat Phone
The green ring is a speaker
Dedicated music controls
Micro SD Card slot
Some of the best sound quality AOTS has heard out of a phone
Stereo external speaker
Stereo Bluetooth capability to headset or boombox
Stereo headset included that answers callsSend music over Bluetooth
1.3 megapixel camera with video
Talk time of four hours and a standby time of 10 hours
T-zones web and I-M
Music controls sort of tough to use since they’re flush against the front
Music player not very imaginative
Call quality was okay, although not very loud
Lack of design inspiration
If you’re looking for an affordable music phone with surprising quality, the Beat is definitely for you
If music features are low on your list, pick up a cooler phone with more bang for your buck