Samsung Blade ~ Cell Phone Reviews

Samsung Blade


Written on 6/26/2009 08:09:00 PM by poison_ivy

Wow, Vodafone is churning out more and more exclusive mobile phone handsets. This time, it's the Samsung Blade which is actually the Samsung S5600 but only with the Vodafone branding. The Samsung Blade/S5600 is actually the Samsung S5230 mobile phone's big brother with a bit more advance features.

The Samsung Blade, like the Samsung S5230 is aimed primarily at the mid-range mobile phone users. The Samsung Blade sports a 2.8 inch capacitive touchscreen with Samsung's AMOLED display and therein lies the big difference between the S5230 and the Samsung Blade, the former has a resistive TFT LCD.

Another major difference between the Samsung S5600 and the Samsung S5230 is that the former is a 3G phone while the S5230 is only GSM capable. Other than that, both phones have Samsung's TouchWiz UI, 3 megapixel camera with smile detection (Vodafone's Samsung Blade has a LED flash), microSD slot, and Bluetooth with A2DP.

Vodafone's Samsung Blade's user interface is very similar to the Samsung Tocco Ultra Touch Although since the Samsung Blade phone has the luxury of being newer, it has more widgets than the Tocco Ultra Touch unless you have the latest firmware on the latter.

If you're already decided on buying Vodafone's Samsung Blade as your next mobile phone, then skip below and head on over to Vodafone Samsung Blade order page.

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  1. Anonymous |

    Should I get this, the Samsung S5230 or the Samsung Jet? I'm torn.

  2. Anonymous |

    The Samsung Jet is the better phone of the three.

  3. Anonymous |

    should i get this phone or the lg renoir?


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