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The Samsung SGH-T349 is a simple, good messaging phone
While AT&T and Sprint have been dominant in the messaging phone space with phones like the Samsung Magnet and the LG Lotus, it isn't the only carrier that has regular phones with QWERTY keyboards. T-Mobile has also stepped in, with the Samsung Gravity late last year, and more recently with the Samsung SGH-T349. However, it doesn't have the traditional full QWERTY keyboard. In fact, it's the first messaging phone we've seen that has a 20-key keyboard similar to the BlackBerry Pearl's SureType keypad. We actually like it quite a bit, though we understand some people might not like the lay... Full review
bad sounds, bad key broads, bad texting
Texting is Horrible!
tin can talking
Unacceptable Bluetooth Performance
Great all-around phone!
Okay Samsung phone
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Manuals / User Guides
- Samsung SGH-T349 Manual (PDF)
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