The Samsung Gravity T is a GSM slider that offers some significant improvements over the Gravity 3, including an overall smaller size, a touch screen, customizable home screen options and a WebKit-based browser.
The slide-out full QWERTY keyboard is thoughtfully arranged, with red highlights to draw attention to special keys. The Gravity also offers GPS, Voice Dialing options, Bluetooth, micro-USB connector and a host of customization options for graphics, ringtones, etc.
The 2.8 inch 240 x 320 pixel display is effective, but clearly not rated among higher-end offerings.
With the Samsung Gravity you can send and receive email, text, MMS, play music, take pictures and record video. It’s a versatile phone that should appeal to many customers who need a device that is clearly capable of handling daily, personal affairs.
Rated at six hours of talk time and up to 400 hours of standby time, the Samsung Gravity will fulfill many customer needs, with a touch of style and flair.
Reviews (6.2/10 Avg. rating)
The concept behind the Samsung Gravity T is good enough, but the execution is poor
The concept behind the Samsung Gravity T is good enough, but the execution is poor. The TouchWiz UI simply can’t keep up on the Gravity T, even while it works well on similar devices like AT&T’s Samsung Sunburst. If the phone were an entry-level $30 unit, like Sprint’s Seek it would be one thing, but even the Seek runs smoother and the Gravity T is a hefty $80 on contract. With phones like the MyTouch 3G and Samsung Behold II offering a plethora of more features for a mere $20 more we suggest skipping on the Gravity T in favor of a real smartp... Full review
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Manuals / User Guides
- Samsung Gravity T Manual (PDF)
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