Looking for Samsung Behold reviews? That's not surprising, since the Samsung Behold is one of the hottest of the new touchscreen cell phones.
The Samsung Behold is a high tech smartphone that debuts Samsung's new TouchWiz user interface. It takes touchscreen technology to a whole new level. With TouchWiz, you can customize the look of your home screen by simply moving widgets around with your finger. It's "drag and drop" on a cell phone, without the use of a mouse, trackball, stylus or other mechanical interface. Just touch and move.
Beyond the TouchWiz wow factor, the Samsung Behold offer the hot new features you want in a candybar style touchscreen phone. It starts with the screen itself, measuring 3.1 inches with 240 x 400 pixels and the ability to render over 262,000 colors. Couple that gorgeous screen with the 5.0 Megapixel digital camera that's built-into the Behold and you'll take pictures good enough to print and share. This camera features auto-focus, an LED flash and a self timer. It also works as a camcorder for video capture at 176 x 144 pixel resolution. To make sure you have enough memory for those snapshots and movies, the Behold's memory slot supports up to 16 GB of added memory.
As you might expect, a screen this size is meant for video. The Samsung Behold supports streaming multimedia so you can download and play video or music files on Windows Media Player 10. The Bluetooth wireless technology will also stream stereo music to A2DP compatible headsets and other devices.
Web access? Oh, yes, and better than most competing touchscreen phones. The Samsung Behold offers GPRS and EDGE cellular data over the T-Mobile wireless network. It also includes WiFi b&g capability for downloads up to 24 Mbps via a wireless router or WiFi hotspot.
Did I mention that this is also a cell phone? Not only that, but a quad band GSM (850, 900, 1800, 1900) mobile phone for worldwide compatibility. It supports T-Mobile's myFaves service when you order a myFaves plan.
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