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- Product InformationCreated with messaging in mind, the Samsung Propel A767 features a full-size slide-out QWERTY keyboard for faster and easier texting and typing, as well as live video sharing so you can communicate face-to-face with friends and loved ones. Send texts, emails, and photos using the multi-messaging capability, and use the microSD card slot to expand your phone's memory so you can keep all of your favorite photos, music, and other files close at hand. If you need more tunes, simply download music so you always have something to listen to. This blue Propel uses the AT&T network. It features a 1.3-megapixel camera for sending photo messages or posting to social networking sites, as well as stereo Bluetooth for easy pairing with other devices.
- Family LineSamsung Propel
- TypeCellular Phone
- Storage Capacity50MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandWCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1000 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 180 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 240 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution176 x 220 pixels
- Color Depth18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height3.9 in.
- Depth0.51 in.
- Width2.28 in.
- Weight3.81 oz
Most relevant reviews
- maojwan0Sep 02, 2016by
Great Keyboard but most online functions don't work
The device looks good (there is a big scratch on screen though). The interface design is great. The keyboard is so far very responsive and despite of its size, it feels so good. But Most online services don't seem to work. I can't connect to any of the email services. And these non-functional services occupies 4/9 of the main menu, which really sucks. And I see no way personalize the main menu. The reasons for the non-functionality may be: 1, these services are already shut down; 2, I'm not using at&t sim card. Luckily, I can still receive and send email via sms gateway (you can google this). Another thing is that they decide to put all the apps and useful tool into My Stuff and fill the main menu with garbage services. I can't even locate some of the useful tools like stopwatch. That's bullshit. But I still like this phone because of its keyboard. I would be happier if it's mono lcd display and had long battery life. Read full review
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- rustr64Jun 18, 2014by
Awesome AT & T No Data Plan MUST HAVE phone!
This was a replacement phone for same phone, so obviously I LOVE it. Very pretty phone(I had the white with red before this one is blue and much prettier) and pretty user friendly. You can customize the display shortcuts, chose audio files for your ringtones,pictures for your walllpaper etc. An ok camera but have to have a microSD card to store much or receive picture texts. The qwerty keyboard is easy to use and not too small. You can record audio as well. If you want a basic talk and text phone that DOESN"T require a data plan and has some great features...THIS is the phone for you!
- wettland5Feb 03, 2011by
I had this phone previously and broke the screen so I tried 2 other types before going back to this phone. I tried a Samsung Impression but it was too large, heavy and I didn't like having to use 2 hands for the touch screen, I like just pushing a button. I then purchased a Pantech dual slide, but the reception was not as good as the Samsung, the keyboard keys were different and everything was just too small. I went back to the Propel because I knew the phone and was happy with it originally. The reception and speaker quality are both good and although the button are a bit small, I can still see and touch them comfortably. This phone is not as up-to-date on its functions as new phones, but the quality is good and it does perform well. It is small and fits in a pocket, which is my requirement. This is not a phone for a person that likes to have the most modern technology, but it is a good phone for first timers or those who have a comfort zone with technology, as it does have camera and video that operate well and has internet capabilities, but it does require more steps to operate certain functions than newer phones. Read full review
- 0peanutMay 07, 2015by
awesome product.great value for the money
this samsung propel SGH-A767 cell phone is so easy to use and has all the features i need.i wanted a cell phone without a touch screen and a slide out keyboard and this has it and the price was great.i like everything about it.
- sam.taylor.2009Jan 28, 2010by
Great starter messaging phone
I've had the Samsung Propel for less than a week already and I like it very much. My previous phone was an LG Shine - a very competent phone itself - but I wanted a QWERTY keyboard that wouldn't break the bank. This phone has 3G, a MicroSD slot, a compact design, and of course the QWERTY keyboard. The screen is bright, the camera is adequate. Call quality is great, much better than the Shine it's replacing. Even my MP3 ringtones are clear in quality. The phone uses AT&T's proprietary software which is a bit quirky at times. Navigating the system is a bit cumbersome sometimes due to the number of keystrokes required, such as when sending an SMS message. Also, the contacts list only displays at most two contacts at one time which makes browsing relatively time-consuming. A saving grace of this phone is how you can customize it - the functions of the four buttons on the circular D-pad can all be changed, and you can really utilize the custom "My Menu" on the left soft button to circumvent a lot of navigating. The keyboard itself is pretty good. Granted, it's not a Crackberry and it can get a little cramped sometimes, but you get used to it pretty quickly. Four days in and I'm pretty happy with it but I'm still not typing very fast yet. The trick is to use the tips of your thumbs for greater accuracy. The phone is pretty solid. I haven't dropped it yet but I'd expect it to hold up okay, but not as well as the Shine seemed to. I will be getting a Body Glove case for this phone once my Shine sells and with that I'll be much more confident. Overall, it's a great starter phone for those who want a QWERTY phone with 3G compatibility. If you do a moderate amount of texting like me, it's great, but if you're a heavy texter and phone-typer in general, you may want to consider a phone with larger keyboard and better internal software. But then again, you're looking at a much higher price than what you'd pay for this. It's great bang for the buck. Read full review
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