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Samsung Propel Pro | Review
What’s bad: Cramped keyboard
IntroductionThanks to devices such as the Apple iPhone and the Palm Pre, 2009 has been unofficially coined as the year of the smartphone, and each manufacturer has worked to keep with the demand or new devices. Samsung is no exception, launching a broad range of new devices just in time for the summer shopping season. The Propel Pro has taken the popular form factor of the Propel, and morphed it into a device that's acceptable in the corporate world. Design & FeaturesRealizin... Full review
Novel form factor and nice autofocus camera
While it may not quite replace the BlackJack II in my mind when I think of the perfect Windows Mobile messaging smartphone, the novel form factor and nice autofocus camera should certainly give BlackJack owners something to think about when it's time to pick up a new device.
With its solid design and good overall functionality, I have no qualms awarding the Propel Pro a "Highly Recommended" rating. It's definitely a smartphone to consider if messaging is your thing, though with the low price of the Nokia E71 and E63 smartphones, it has some real competition right now.
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Samsung's Propel Pro does WinMo 6.1 about as good as it can be done without any super fancy overlays
Earlier this month at CTIA, AT&T launched quite a few new phones into its lineup, one of which happened to be Samsung's sophisticated, college-educated Propel Pro. For a smartphone, the design is quite unorthodox; rarely do you see a WinMo handset that looks more like a square than anything else and can easily double as a mirror for the fashionistas. Engineered specifically for those who favor texting but can't afford to live without the luxuries that come with owning a bona fide smartphone with a bona fide data plan, the Propel Pro caters to an interesting niche. Follow us past the bre... Full review
I miss my black jack ii
Propel this phone away from you...
DON"T BUY THIS PHONE!!!
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
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