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Samsung Genio Slide GT-B5310
Samsung Genio Slide GT-B5310 has a 2.8 touch screen display and colorful back panels. These panels are swappable with a QWERTY keyboard. It is a handset which provides its users with the 3G facility and also GPS facility. This handset gives us A-GPS facility which is satellite based with location onboard. Onboard 3G facility provides videos calling and the BBC IPlayer application in it offers catch-up TV and radio programs.
People can experience the magic in the online media as it gives wonderful downloading and uploading speeds. This phone also gives Wi-Fi connectivity along with high-speed HSDPA mobile data support. As the features, the online media experience gives access to social networking sites and makes communication faster. Samsung Genio Slide GT-B5310 provides a standard 3.5mm headphone socket which is on the top of the body of the handset. This has 2GB MicroSD card and memory cards up to 16GB are supported.
As the review, the online media gives access to pre-loaded links for mobile TV streaming services. This handset has TouchWiz interface. This is comparatively easy to use and a very powerful phone. The home screen can be accessed by sliding our fingers left or right.
Widgets are placed on the side of each panel. These widgets can be dragged onto the panel. The phone gives a limited resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The text which flashes on to the screen is easy to read. Due to lower resolution provided by this phone a small level of difficulty is introduced in this phone during Web browsing. The slide out keyboard is good and it has four lines of keys. The punctuation keys can be accessed without any fiddling of key combinations. When we slide our finger left or right through the touch screen the screen gets divided. This phone presents us with breath-taking music experience with the help of speakerphones.
The main menu gives access to instant messaging, music player and calendar too. The standard headphone jack is at the top with a micro-USB port. The button layout of this handset is same as that of Touch. The button layout has four way controller and a screen and the screen is flanked by two call control keys. Samsung Genio Slide GT-B5310 has made its way in UK for free on contract details and is currently presented by Vodafone and Tesco Mobile. The price tag for this has been set as £120 .