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About this product
- Family LineSamsung SCH
- Storage Capacity64MB
- Network TechnologyCDMA
- BandCDMA2000 1X 1900/800
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size2.8"
- Display Resolution240 x 320 pixels
Most relevant reviews
- auriamMay 25, 2011by
Unbeatable features for price; Wifi-capable means no data plan needed!
Great phone; one of the only ones you can use on Verizon's network without a data plan (so you can save $30+ a month!); just make sure to get a data block put on your account with Verizon (and delete the #777 'internet connection' from the connections list in the phone, you only really need wifi).
Has Outlook email, calendar, to-do list, and all can be synced with Google (except tasks, which Google doesn't have yet). Takes widely available, cheap MicroSD cards for gigabytes of storage. OK resolution camera, good quality video.
Web browsing: works pretty well, pretty fast on a wifi connection (I get up to 200k/sec); CPU is small and slow, though, so don't expect to use more than one window at a time. Opera Mini is the best browser for this phone; fast and free (just remember to set it to HTTP instead of Socket in advanced settings or you'll have trouble with public wifi hotspots).Read full review
- watchwarriorJun 09, 2010by
Samsung SCH i760
This phone for me is good, not great.
I chose it because I use MS Office for Contacts and Calendar. Because it's an older model, it's not mandatory to get the Data package from Verizon that I don't need. It is Wi-Fi capable, but I have not tried it.
The Qwerty keyboard is easy to use, but I don't text, I only use it for Notes, Contacts info and Calendar.
The battery has a short life if you use your phone for business and it appears that the Bluetooth drains it even quicker. It was necessary to buy a car charger because I need to use it while driving because I'm in sales.
If you have the need for email and internet the phone would be a better choice.
Being familiar with Windows there is no real learning curve.
- josephb928Apr 05, 2010by
Excellent Windows Mobile Phone.
I love this phone. It has windows mobile 6 (upgradable to 6.1), a number pad on the face, and is very customizable. I bought one for my wife, because she was very unhappy with the limited capabilities of her previous phones, especially the phone book capacities. I was so happy with it, I bought myself one as well.
Full-featured smart phone
Excellent contact list capabilities
Able to assign unique ring tone to every contact
Tons of free or inexpensive software available
Syncs to your Windows PC
Can be used with Page Plus Cellular (inexpensive pre-paid plan)
Battery life could be better, I charge about twice a week.
Can be confusing if this is your first smart phone.
Sometimes has trouble syncing with Windows. Easily fixed, but frustrating.
Will not work outside the United States, but this is true of most Verizon phones.
This phone has full internet/data capabilities, and Verizon does not (currently) require a data plan to activate this phone. While this is a plus for many, you should be aware that using data services can be very expensive without a data plan.Read full review
- 1002040865@dele...Apr 08, 2010by
Samsung SCH-i760 review
Still don't need a data plan from Verizon. WiFi works great. This phone came with Windows Mobile 6.1, so I didn't have to upgrade, but other used i760's may not be upgraded yet. Sync's very well with Outlook. This phone keeps me on time and on task without a bunch of "apps" and constant connectivity I don't really need. This phone is for you if: 1) you need your schedule, contacts and notes with you all the time, 2) you have access to WiFi for web browsing when you want it, 3) you sync up with an office PC running Outlook, and 4) you don't want to give Verizon an extra $360 per year for their mandatory PDA phone data plan.
- mtg14450Sep 08, 2010by
The i760's were manufactured before November 2008, so they are grandfathered in by Verizon...you do not have to buy a data package, though this is not necessarily known by all Verizon call center employees. So I am not locked into a contract and it synches up with Microsoft Outlook.
Good call sound quality and easy texting. It has a Qwerty keyboard that slides out AND a numeric keypad on top.