'Crystal-clear Super AMOLED touch screen'
'the audio quality seemed good through the 3.5mm headphone jack, and there is an available FM radio that can be used when a wired headphone is attached.'
'So now that we've got a prototype unit of the Samsung Wave S8500, we are eager to present you our impressions of the new software platform and, of course, of the nice and shiny phone the Wave is. '
'high end features'
' Samsung's first Bada phone has some impressive hardware, but a future of success for Bada phones remains unclear. '
'The Wave’s music player is hands-on.'
'Samsung has kitted out the Wave with a selection of preinstalled applications which cover a lot of ground and there are some neat features built into the core of the OS that are worthy of note. '
'At AU$29 per month, the Samsung Wave lives in a space usually populated with plastic handsets and terrible touchscreens, and stands out as being completely the opposite. '
'much-hyped 720p HD video recording is great, until the camera app locks up and demands the battery be pulled before you can use the phone again.'
'generous 2,000-entry phone book'
'solid media features'
'good call quality'
'I tested the Samsung Mythic in the Charlotte area, and call quality was good. '
'quality of call is good and only a little distortion was there on the rear end.'
'good quality pictures and records video'
'what a great cell phone'
'Over all: The Samsung Mythic is a solid phone for the average user. '
'The 3G action is rattling delightful in the Mythic.'
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