Samsung Solstice Review with its good and bad points
The Samsung Solstice SGH-A887 mobile handset uses a Java based OS which can apparently manage some programs and apps without learning how to use Windows Mobile. The guys over at digitaltrends takes a look at the Samsung Solstice and tries to work out if this handset is worth your cash and time.
Spec wise the Samsung Solstice offers GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/900 MHz, 3G: UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900 MHz, 3 inch touch screen, virtual QWERTY keyboard, TouchWiz UI, 2 megapixel camera, Samsung Widget bar, 80MB storage, microSD expansion to 16GB.
Good points on the Samsung Solstice are good overall feel, with fast downloading, and they say “the best virtual QWERTY keyboard we’ve tested.” As for the bad side of things, the Samsung Solstice is incompatible with a lot of 3rd party applications, only a 2MP camera, no Gmail supports and a lack of in box accessories; for the full review hit up the link.