We’ve only heard about Samsung SCH-V870 Paltinum Card Phone a week ago. Now MobileBurn managed to get their hands on it’s sibling, Samsung SGH-P300 credit card phone. They gave Samsung SGH-P300 cellhphone “recommended” rating, but only reluctantly. It seems that this handset performed all the functions extremely well, except the main one- voice audio quality:
Apart from a mediocre MMS editor and the lack of a memory card slot, the only shortcoming the Samsung SGH-P300 has it its audio quality. Sadly, that one is a major shortcoming, and will be a deal breaker for many folks. That really is a crying shame since the P300 does almost everything else exceedingly well. Sure, its camera is nothing to write home about, but the P300 has a great user interface, physical design, and battery life. If the audio was there, it would be the perfect business phone.
But it isn’t perfect. If you are a heavy voice user, you might want to look elsewhere for your thin fix. If you are not a big talker, then I think you’ll agree with my somewhat reluctant decision to still give the P300 a “Recommended” rating. Just consider it a soft one.
Let’s hope Samsung heeds this advise with it’s new SGH-V870.
For a full review visit MobileBurn.
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