Summary of Samsung Chat 335
Design and Build Quality Not only has Samsung stuck to the standard QWERTY design, but they’ve also added to the look and feel of the phone. The phone has a nice metallic frame which gives it a classic look. The QWERTY keypad has been laid out well with all the keys being easy to reach. The optical trackpad in the middle is very convenient to use, plus it is very responsive as well. The back cover has a unique design and lends to a good grip on the Chat 335. There’s not more than the volume rocker on the left while there are two ports at the top for an audio jack and a mini-USB cable. I would have appreciated a small flap over the USB port which keeps it safe from dust. Otherwise, the Chat 335 has been designed very well with good build quality. Interface The operating system is Java-based and there’s nothing new in the interface but then again it’s quite easy to operate and there’s no sign of lagging while you operate the phone. In the settings there’s a ‘Smart Home’ option that lets you choose between four (actually two) different homescreen options. You can use the Smart Idle mode where there’s a quick launcher for various options like messaging, Facebook, Twitter and so on. The other three modes are normal, where the screen only displays the Digital clock. So in terms of interface, you might take a while to get used to the Smart Idle screen with the quick launcher, but after that it’s pretty easy to use. Miscellaneous Features The Chat 335 has all your other mundane features like applications for an Organiser, Bluetooth Messenger, Voice Recorder, Stopwatch, Timer, Dictionary and the likes. Using these applications are as simple as they can get. You can also download some specific Samsung apps for your phone through the Samsung Apps option.
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