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About this product
- Product InformationWith 3.5-inch display screen, the iPhone 3GS cell phone gives you a clear view of all the contents and applications. The Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g connectivity of this Apple smartphone allows you to chat with friends, view your mails, and surf from almost anywhere. The 3 MP camera of this Apple cell phone lets you capture your favorite moments with amazing clarity. The iPhone 3GS cell phone features 600 MHz ARM Cortex A8 processor that lets you easily operate various applications at the same time. The 256 MB RAM of this Apple smartphone rapidly processes all your files and data. The Li-Ion Battery of this Apple cell phone offers 12 hours of talk time so that you can interact for hours together.
- Family LineApple iPhone
- Storage Capacity32GB
- Network Generation3G
- BandGSM / EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS / HSDPA 850/1900/2100
- Camera Resolution3.0MP
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1219 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 720 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 300 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3.5"
- Display Resolution320 x 480 pixels
- Color Depth18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.55 in.
- Depth0.48 in.
- Width2.44 in.
- Weight4.8 oz
- Release Date6/19/2009
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- mcalexuDec 02, 2011by
-=White eschy and stylish ...=-
Excellent Model: Case Study: more than a year Advantages: Stability. Functionality. Practicality. In fact, the phone itself - sheer virtue of its owner. Of the key features that I personally use regularly - iPod, game, Safari (this review I am writing once again with the iPhone yet), Stanza (a program for reading books), and various office applications from the AppStore - "TV Guide" - a program TV, "NewsDay" - news from around the world with all the details, "Awesome Note" - Notes, scoring lectures there, very conveniently, you can scatter them into folders. And there are small applications that make your life easier and simpler - the sea. But there are also applications and the giant: "MusicStudio" - a program for writing music. No, not properly configured. A full-featured program for writing music, PhotoShop express - needs no introduction. If we formulate all of the above in one sentence - the AppStore is all that you just might need. Courses in English, GPS-card applications for the formation of its program of fitness, frivolous applications for tomfoolery (changes in those voice distortion, etc.). In any sphere of life will help you iPhone. Just do not skimp on the unlimited internet, it is really needed;) Disadvantages: The main drawback - since it is impossible to use a different phone) For detail, of course, there is, but here they would think ... Oh yeah, I remember. One must be very careful when replacing the SIM card, as well as between the SIM card slot and the screen, no caps, respectively, it is very easy to place the dust on the glass. For work has no effect, but the eyes calluses. Comment: I would say so. iPhone - a Porsche from the world of mobile phones. You can not love Porsche, but you can not say that this is a bad car, because it worked on the genius of his business, he invested in a variety of means, the car has the appropriate status and place in history. Same thing with the iPhone - you can hate it, find it a bunch of imaginary faults, but to call it a bad phone - simply silly. Beautiful, stable, reliable. Simply the best. The rest - think for yourself. I hope my review will be useful to someone. Thank you for your attention. Read full review
- ammr_navychic17Dec 12, 2011by
Highly recommended product for a person who's just starting out with iOS
Bought an iPhone 3GS - 32GB. Its a great phone. And this is coming from a guy who switches phones more than he has fingers on his body. Overall a good buy. The screen is awesome. It is bright and clear. The 3MP camera provides decent pictures and good video, but I've seen better. The battery life utterly does suck. I hit 20% in 4 hours of use, which is horrible compared to my HTC. The iPhone iOS definitely is the BEST mobile OS around, with Android close behind it and Windows Phone 7.5 running in 3rd. Pros: JOIN THE iPHONE CLUB! DECENT SCREEN RES DECENT CAMERA LOTS OF APPS! :D Cons: Small screen: only a 3.5 Seen better cameras VERY EXPENSIVE when bought at a store Multi-tasking kinda sucks Overall: a good buy. I highly recommend this phone, but if you want a better iPhone, go with the iPhone 4S (more expensive but, your choice! :] ) Read full review
- splinky301Mar 02, 2014by
Excellent product. Great value!
I wanted to purchase a reasonably priced iPhone for my son, and this fit the bill. Price was great, phone looks brand new, obviously kept in a case. We both have iPhones now, as well as iPads, and keeping a teenager's schedule on the phone, with alarms, is great! And we both can sync everything to our iPads. I hate to admit it, but this phone really helps keep us organized. We homeschool, so we can work on school anytime, anywhere with the apps we have downloaded. The zip list app is a huge help making grocery lists. You scan an item in, select the store, and you're done! As you buy the items, you remove them. It couldn't be easier. I love it!
- ds_gearMar 21, 2010by
3GS vs. touch and a 3G/4G non-ATT phone.
We have sold numerous iPhone/Touch accessories on eBay over the last couple of years, without actually buying the main product. Our son, who has ATT service, recently upgraded his phone to the 3GS for $199.00 with 2 year contract and $40 data plan. I took a different path. Being with a T-Mobile, I upgrade to a tough and durable Sony Ericsson TM506 3G flip phone for $0 with 2 year contract and $5.99 T-zones legacy unlimited data plan. It has GPS, 3G data, bluetooth, media, microSD expansion, 2MP still/video camera, full media player/editors, Java apps (Opera browser, world cam, remote, etc.) and voice notes/dialing; all, in a PSP style interface. Then I picked up a used 2nd gen iPod touch on eBay for under $100, to participate in the iTunes/iStore functionality. I am not a fan of the big and clunky iTunes, nor Apple's over controlling device mandates. I have had better experiences over the years downloading and installing Windows Mobile, Palm, Symbian and Java apps, as well as media files. However, restoring a device's firmware via iTunes is nice, compared to the sometimes dicey firmware updates of other devices. Second to iTunes, we downloaded Total Commander with the T-PoT.1.1 plug-in to browse the Touch/iPhone contents via USB. I rank the iTunes experience as comparable to that of Windows Mobile ActiveSync. Don't get me wrong, the 3GS is a marvel of tech, but so are Android and other devices. The Apple touchscreens are easily broken, witness all the broken Touch/iPhone units on eBay. Coupled that with Apple's extreme warranty policies and ATT's horrible pricing, the choice was easy for me. I wanted a rough and tumble, drop it regularly, that is easy to replace - without breaking the bank, full featured phone. And, I wanted a mobile, full featured, big screen and sweet interface media and internet device. Now, I have both. We have notebook and netbook devices for more mission critical efforts. The iPad will probably be my wife's second device of choice. More of a sofa appliance, not as portable as the Touch. Read full review
- pctpSep 02, 2009by
Evolution of iPhone
First, a few words about my eBay purchase experience. I have owned all versions of iPhone (multiple copies for each actually), none of them is direct purchase from AT&T or Apple: I hate the contract imposed on cell phone users. As a results, I always look for eBay to buy used but mint condition goods such as iPhone or other gadgets. You can always get good deal if you are patient. This new 3GS 32GB is no exception I got it for less than $600 merely a months after its release. While it looks expensive comparing the "official" price of $300, but I am free of the contract of over $400 for the next two years! The phone is exactly the same as the 3G version, but I like the new features such as compass and larger storage (32GB). It is also significantly faster than my "retiring" 3G 16GB version. The major complain gets to be the battery life. I suffered a battery life loss when converting from 2G to 3G, but this 3GS is even worse: I can barely use it free of charge for two days under normal condition (couple of phone calls, couple of GPS mapping, and 30 min also web browsing and email checking). Still, I think it is an evolution of iPhone platform growing on the right track. Never missed my "berry" phone anymore, and Google phone? No way, no how, no Android, for now! ;-) Read full review