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About this product
- Product InformationIf you want a stylish flip phone that's a music player, then the Samsung t339 is music to your ears. Because behind that sweet burgundy exterior is a serious music player, complete with memory slot. But that's not the only reason this phone sounds so good. It also has Bluetooth Wireless technology, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a speakerphone and Wi-Fi connectivity.
- Family LineSamsung SGH
- TypeCellular Phone
- Network TechnologyGSM
- BandGSM 850/1800/1900 (Tri-Band)
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity890 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 390 min
- Battery Recharge Time4 hr
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 264 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution176 x 220 pixels
- Color Depth18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height3.54 in.
- Depth0.79 in.
- Width1.81 in.
- Weight3.32 oz
- Antenna TypeInternal
- Phone Book Capacity (Numbers)1000
Most relevant reviews
- 4shopping66Jul 20, 2016by
This phone arrived with a broken hinge. It was packed well in bubble wrap, but the hinge was broken. My husband really like the phone so he is using it wrapped in tape...ugh
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- robert-chambersMay 24, 2009by
Nice Color, UMA Easy Set Up, Trailing Edge Technology!
This phone is atypical of Samsung. They generally produce fairly high quality cutting edge devices with excellent features and a lot of attention to detail. This isn't one of them. The Keypad - A slick keypad without much differentiation among the 12 keys. The Send/End and two soft keys are on a totally undifferentiated flat plane requiring the phone to be in line of sight when you press them. The highlight of the keypad is the navigation key. Nicely machined, sensitive and five way. This one is inset into the rest of the keypad to protect the screen. If only Nokia would take note of this. A "Well done!" for the nav key - A raspberry on the others! The Screen - Nice screen good contrast, smooth looking, bright. Not too big. The outer screen is full color, smallish. It brings to mind the Motorola V635 that was released in 2004. Certainly in the last five years Samsung should have been able to figure out how to squeeze the industry standard 320 x 240 2 inch screen into this device. The Finish - The color is nice. There are ways of applying a finish to a material that makes it resistant to abrasion, minor knicks and so on. Samsung left all of them out of the build of this phone. This one needs to be placed directly from the retail box into a full body protector to maintain its appearance. The finish is fragile. C- on finish stability. The Camera - When every other camera on the block is 2 megapixels or more this camera is 1.31 megapixels, or roughly the same as the 2004 model V635, except the V635 had a flash. The pictures it takes are okay. The video is 176 x 144. Again, not exactly cutting edge, more like trailing edge. Holy 2004, Batman! Reception - In areas where my other devices do well this does well, where they do poorly this does poorly. It's average, it doesn't lead the way or fall behind in getting a signal. Ho-hum Storage - This has 20 MB of internal memory. This is a good amount and one that really sets it apart from the Motorola V635 of five years ago. It also sets it apart from it's contemporaries that frequently carry 40 megabytes of internal memory. The microSD slot handles up to 2 gigabytes of additional storage. Many of its contemporaries use microSDHC recognizing 4 gigabytes of external storage or more. It is hot-swappable, a Samsung hallmark. UMA - Very easy to set. Enter your wireless network's preshared key if you are not using a T-Mobile router (you do have your network password protected?) and the rest takes care of itself. Set it - forget it. This is the highlight of the device. A+ 100% for this. Having said all of the above this is still a very serviceable device, just as the Motorola V635 was a great device in its day. But that day has passed. How much more difficult would it be to have given this device microSDHC capacity? How much more difficult to give it a 2 megapixel camera? Those are easy to fix. How difficult to give it a 320 x 240 screen? These three changes and the t339 goes from being a V635 with UMA to being a middle of the pack device folks want for itself plus it has UMA. This is a below average phone with nice looks that won't last and UMA. It will serve you well to make and take phone calls and text. But if you are wanting to take photos or use it as a modern phone is used look elsewhere. Note: This device is easy to unlock. See my guide http://reviews.ebay.com/T-Mobile-Samsung-SGH-T339-Easily-Unlock-It-Yourself?ugid=10000000012099761Read full review
- fergjimmJan 20, 2016by
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- fruitcake3gNov 01, 2011by
I have totally gotten my money's worth out of this baby!
I love this phone. I love the wi-fi calling feature which you just can't find on new simple phones. I've had this phone for 2 1/2 years, and the flip part is breaking on mine--probably due to my toddler and being dropped too many times. I want another one! The call clarity is generally good, and it can switch from wi-fi to towers without dropping calls. The menu is really easy to navigate, and I love that you can turn it to vibrate or silent simply by turning down the ring volume on the side. The only down side is that every once in a while it got hot and drained the battery too quickly if stuck in my pocket. This diminished significantly when I replaced the battery.
- ioneldinuSep 04, 2014by
Great cell phone
Nice cell phone, easy to use, light weight and very small. Battery life is around 3-4 days. I had the same cell phone, and 7 years I need a new phone. A+