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About this product
- Product InformationThe Samsung Eternity isn't just a phone; it's the total package. It's a full touch screen full of entertaining features. And it takes full advantage of 3G high-speed technology. You get AT&T Mobile Music, AT&T Mobile TV, a 3.0-megapixel camera, GPS and so much more. With all that entertainment, and built-in memory, you'll be able to enjoy this Samsung for an eternity.
- Family LineSamsung Eternity
- TypeCellular Phone
- Storage Capacity200MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandWCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- Camera Resolution3.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD,MicroSDHC
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1300 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 300 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 250 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3.2"
- Display Resolution240 x 400 pixels
- Color Depth18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.29 in.
- Depth0.51 in.
- Width2.2 in.
- Weight3.88 oz
Most relevant reviews
- pmjlbpMar 19, 2013by
great touch screen for a feature phone
We were wanting a feature phone with a touch screen keyboard like a smartphone. This one fits the bill, the touch screen is sensitive so it's easy to type on. The battery lasts several days even with moderate use. The only thing I don't like is the messaging icon isn't on the front screen. To text you always have to go to menu first. But that's just one extra tap so it's not a big deal, just seems strange that they would make it that way since most people buying this phone are going to use it to text.
- 8wasterJan 08, 2012by
Pretty good phone for 80$:) can't complain since you know what to expect :P
I bought this phone for my mother as a gift cause she wanted a big touch screen + a moderate camera. I like the big screen and the battery life since it lasts for 4 days with little to moderate use, the camera is decent at least in good lightning conditions. I dislike the fact that the screen is not very responsive to touch- it needs more strength than my X1 but I guess that you can get used to it since my mother doesn't mind it :P . This phone is low-end compared most phone that have come out the past years but still it's good for the price.
- orgirl97103Sep 05, 2012by
Great phone if you don't want to have to purchase the data plan!
This is a great phone if you're looking for a touch screen that doesn't require you to purchase a Data Plan. I bought this one as an identical replacement for the one I had been using for the last two years. I realize it doesn't have all the newest technology, however if you don't want to use it for more than talking and texting, I would highly recommend it!
- osowersAug 09, 2010by
All the makings of a great phone but does not deliver
Anyone reviewing a phone should wait until they have had the phone for a while before reviewing it so the thrill of having a new phone will wear off and it does affect the review. Upon receipt of this phone I was very impressed with the phones features. It has a nice screen, nice touch features and has a good over all appearance. The problem is the actual communication performance is very poor in making calls. The phone performs very poorly during calls as well. This problem exists in the same areas that my previous phone never had trouble. I have owned many different phones in the last 20 years. I have never had so many dropped calls in 20 years as I have had in the last month on this phone. This is in the same areas in which my previous two phones did well. I will be replacing this phone in less than 6 months. I would not buy again. Other things I did not like: 1) Did not like the fact that it locks itself when you turn on speaker phone. No setting to turn this off. Many times I have to dial into automated systems and dial codes to access information. Phone blocks this and I have to unlock it again. This feature made me angry. 2) No shortcut on main screen for texting. This is even though you have calendar, calculator, bluetooth, event notifier and other shortcuts on screen yet no text??!! 3) Do not like the constant reminder of missed calls. Even when you acknowledge missed calls the phone will not stop notifying you (all day long about 5 minutes apart) until you delete the missed calls in your received folder. 4) Texting allows use of recent contacts but no use of most popular texting contacts. In other words you have to find people you commonly text by scrolling in your contacts if you have texted someone else recently. 5) Other main shortcuts on widget screen are not used near enough to warrant placement on main screen. (You can remove them via a settings page but you cannot add texting or add game shortcut!). 6) Sometimes you can have two bars and still cannot get text messages to go through. Strange....Strange... Sometimes you can have 3 bars and still get failed calls. 7) When you turn the phone sideways the pictures and text that you are writing will change from horz to vert postions but when you scroll contacts the phone leaves them sideways forcing you to turn the phone back vertical. It also does this with incoming messages. It will not turn them for you to read. Things I did like: 1) Screen and pictures on screen. 2) Playback of video was good. Sound recording quality seems good. 3) Picture handling and autorotation of pictures per orientation of phone. To sum it up this phones seems to be designed to be a great phone but was shipped before making revisions to actually make it a great phone. Doubt anyone used it long enough to make revisions. On a scale of 1-10 I give this phone a 3. Worst being dropped calls, best being picture handling.Read full review
- sammac62Apr 07, 2011by
Some what dissapointed in Samsung SGH Eternity A867
I read the reviews and it seemed like a pretty good step up from my Samsung Blackjack II. I like the features and the icons on the screen. The internet is not the fastest and needs a larger screen to view properly. Can't complain too much as I have an unlimited data plan from AT&T since this is not a smart phone. The first one I received had really poor reception compared to my Blackjack and I sent it back. The next one wasn't much better and the answer button wouldn't work. Had to send it back too. I should just get a refund but will try one more time since I don't want a long term contract. The software that is suppose to work, doesn't. I have tried installing on Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit with no luck. I then installed on Windows XP and still no luck. It just won't recognize my phone and this sucks. If I can get one that works I think I will like it. It is a good starter phone with touch screen and I don't want to be too negative until I get a chance to use it some.Read full review