- PhoneArena Team , PhoneArena
A fine device for what it is. It has some drawbacks such as a subpar music player and no navigation, but this phone is aimed at a market that likely isn’t driving yet and already owns an iPod.
Reviews (5.5/10 Avg. rating)
A capable but cheap touchscreen slider
The Seek is a good first phone
Inexpensive QWERTY phone with easy to use interface, full messaging and social networking
A serviceable midrange messaging touch-screen phone
A good buy for messaging mavens on a budget, but it's behind the curve as a media and Web phone
Definitely made for social networking and sending text messages
The Samsung Seek is small and cute, has a great QWERTY keyboard, and was definitely made for social networking and sending text messages. I had problems with the web browser and I’ve never been a fan of the UI that the Seek and the Instinct uses. That may not be a problem for you. If not, then the fact that it comes preloaded with all the apps and shortcuts you’ll need to keep it touch with the world makes it a pretty cool little device, though I personally would prefer a device like the LG Rumor Touch which also has a touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard and was made for social network... Full review
ENTRO is completely UNRELIABLE - A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT
Love This Phone!
Defective Slide Mechansim
after about a year
I hate this phone
Prices (Where to Buy)
Online Buying Options
Manuals / User Guides
- Samsung Seek Manual (PDF)
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