Aha, T-Mobile is waking up to the inevitable fact that not all Americans can afford pricey Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S II Android Phone. Their latest announcement of the Samsung Gravity SMART is a very welcome development. The Gravity SMART is an Android 2.2 smartphone that’s very budget-friendly and yet packs very nice features.
The Samsung Gravity Smart Android Phone was released by T-Mobile in the middle of June 2011. This phone is cheap with a suggested retail price of $249.99. T-Mobile USA offers it for only $29.99 under a new affordable two-year service contract too. That price is for the basic lunar grey model but the Berry Red and Sapphire Blue models are priced higher at $69.99. Hard-up folks should take this cozy deal because aside from being a great Android OS 2.2 Froyo handset, the Gravity SMART comes with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard!
I don’t really like touchscreen smartphones. I still prefer caressing physical keys so I am already very infatuated with the Samsung Gravity Smart! It’s not the best out there in term of hardware specs but it has a decent 800MHz processor and 3-megapixel camera with LED flash. The camera can do pictures and videos and has digital zoom too.
Despite having a slide-out keyboard, this phone still got equipped with a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen display so if you just need to navigate or browse the web, you can use your best finger touching mode on it. Cheap doesn’t mean this one got gimped, the Gravity SMART has all the necessary features, WiFi, microSD slot, Bluetooth, 3G, GPS and G-Sensor.
T-Mobile is offering this phone with a sweet offer of a bundled Group Text plan. Yeah, this phone’s QWERTY keyboard is perfect for SMS addicts and chatmasters. T-Mobile is even considerate enough to pre-install Swype for faster typing!