Samsung Preston Icon mobile phone

This compact and affordable touch-screen phone has a responsive interface and features Samsung's TouchWIZ UI

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 449.00 (AUD)

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I have owned this phone for a few months now, and it's working quite well for me. It looks good and is surprisingly light, so when I carry it in my pocket it doesn't weigh it down. The touch screen is good, although my standards are higher as I also own an iPod Touch 4, which has an exceptional touch screen. It responds quick and sharply, and I can hear every word on a phone call.

I'm disappointed about the fact that it's missing the option of a QWERTY keyboard, as again I'm used to typing on my iPod with that, so I would prefer it to the normal mobile phone keypad. The other thing is the lack of memory, which affects the amount of photos and videos I can take, and the amount of music I can download. At the moment I only have 3 photos on my phone, yet there is only room for 9 more- what happened there? The last thing I would change is the battery problem. It doesn't last for as long as I would like it to, despite how much I charge it. And no, I'm not over-charging it. I leave it on for 2 hours at the most, then take it off. If it's still missing charge then I will leave it for another 30 mins, check it again and charge it again if necessary.

Other then these minor issues, the phone is satisfactory. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a simple mobile phone that is not used 24/7. :)

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