Review of Samsung Gravity T SGH-t669

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Today for review I’ve got my first phone for the T-Mobile network from Samsung called the Gravity T. The ‘T’ in the name stands for Touch, as in touch screen. This new phone from Samsung is sort of small but it’s slider that opens to reveal a full qwerty keyboard to make messaging and any other text entry that much easier. I’m very fond of phones with hardware keyboards, I just like them and the one on the Gravity T is excellent and easy to use. This is my first phone on the T-Mobile network and I’m impressed overall, I hate no problems with it, everywhere I went I had a signal. The screen on this phone is fairly big, and rotating it to landscape mode allows for nice a nice web browsing experience. The Gravity T features panels like you might find on an Android phone, and it also uses widgets which you can add or remove to the screens so you can customize it the way you want. The Gravity Touch is a decent phone, so read on to learn more about it..

We’ll start this off with the video unboxing:

Not much comes with the phone, just a battery and charger, and normally some documentation.

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Here’s the phone itself:

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When held in portrait mode there are three buttons on the bottom for call, menu and end call.


Turning it to landscape mode you can slide it to reveal the keyboard. The keyboard is actually very nice to work with, the keys are surprisingly large.

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On the back you’ll find the 2mp camera.

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Removing the cover is where the battery goes of course, but the sim card goes there and you’ll find  the space for the microSD card as well.

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There’s not many buttons on the Gravity T, just volume, camera, and lock. There’s also a USB port behind the door.

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Gravity Touch SGH-t669

On the one hand, the Samsung Gravity T is a premium touchscreen phone. In the same hand, it’s also a powerful messaging phone with slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Equally stylish and affordable, it gives you a full suite of messaging features, 2MP camera, email synchronization and customizable web widgets, not to mention a world of other features.

multiple messaging options
Are you a texter or an IMer? The slide-out QWERTY keyboard makes it super easy to be both. Perhaps you’re a workaholic constantly checking corporate email or a social butterfly always checking Facebook and Twitter? Exchange email lets you work away from the office and the Social Networking Service feature lets you update your status with ease.

customization options through pre-loaded widgets
The Samsung Gravity T comes with three scrollable workspaces and an expanded menu for widgets. Drag and drop widgets to organize them however you see fit. Some of the pre-loaded apps include YouTube, Google Maps and Assisted GPS. Meaning you can use the time you save not getting lost to watch viral videos.

multimedia package
Into music? Love taking pictures? The Gravity T has you down to a T, with a built-in MP3 player and 2MP camera/camcorder with flash and 3x zoom. The expandable memory slot lets you add up to 16GB of memory to store all your pics, songs and videos. We’re talking days and days worth.

full HTML browser
Hit the Web with the full HTML browser for everything from sports scores to weather reports to web videos. The one-finger zoom feature lets you quickly magnify what you want to view while the ad blocker does away with the ads you don’t want to see.

easy-to-use full touchscreen slider
With its resistive 2.8″ touchscreen, you can use either a stylus or your finger to navigate the TouchWiz 2.0 interface. There’s also a Command bar for fast access to your top five apps. The new smart unlock feature reassures with increased security and etiquette mode enables you to quickly silence your phones’ ring next time it goes off in a meeting.

Weight: 4.23 ounces
Dimension (HXWXD): 4.29″ X 2.23″ X .59″

Display: 262k color TFT
Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels

Talk time: up to 6 hours
Standby: up to 400 hours

User Interface: Full QWERTY Keyboard

Camera Resolution: 2.0 Megapixel camera
Digital / Optical Zoom: 3x zoom

Suggested retail    $219.99
Instant discount    -$70.00
Mail-in rebate card    -$75.00
Final price: $74.99

When you turn the phone on and it’s locked you’ll find something interesting, a gesture based interface.


The home screen actually slides to the left and right , similar to other phone out there.  On the left side of the screen is a bar that can pop out with widgets on it, you can take these widgets and move them onto the screens.

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You can also access the widgets through the menu and select them from there.

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Hitting the menu button open the menu of course with three screens almost full of icons to access more features of the Gravity T.

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Under applications you’ll find the usual suspects like alarm, games, memo, calculator, world clock and stopwatch, among others.

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There’s actually several games on the Gravity T:

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The Gravity Touch works great for web browsing, you can zoom  and easily browse the web. The network seems very fast, there were no problems there at all.

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The screen is nice and colorful, it’s not very high resolution, but it’s fine for what it is and I think people will be happy with it.

The phone itself is fine, I made a couple calls with it, and I had a lot made to me actually, apparently the number I was assigned was someone else’s at one time so I got a few phone calls. The people I did talk to had no problems hearing me and I heard them just fine. The signal strength was full bars, no matter how I held the phone…


Well we’ll take a look at the camera now, it’s got a lot of features but it doesn’t exactly take good pictures.

As far as battery life, I got the rated times with no issues. Six hours is pretty good for talk/usage time, and there’s about 400 hours of standby time.

On the camera screen you’ll find two menus bars on the right or left and the zoom bar at the bottom, all three of these will disappear from the screen in a few seconds to allow for better viewing though.

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Under settings you’ll find minimal adjustments.

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So here’s some sample pictures taken indoors and outdoors.

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The Gravity T isn’t a smart phone, but it’s as close as a ‘basic’ phone can get to one. it works very well, the touch screen is very responsive and the widgets are a nice idea.

The Gravity T is a great phone for messaging and multimedia, and just making phone calls, it has very good battery life and excellent call quality.

The phone seems like it wants to be just like Android, and that’s not a bad thing at all as the Android system works very well, so copying it is actually a compliment and it works well on the Gravity T.


+Good battery life
+Great keyboard
+Quick and responsive interface
+Android like interface
+Touch screen is very responsive and works well

-Bad camera
-No flash


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  53 comments for “Review of Samsung Gravity T SGH-t669

  1. SHawk
    July 19, 2010 at 6:07 pm

    This phone is crap. It has the worst touchscreen a phone could have….extremely inaccurate and not sensitive at all. The sensitivity button doesn’t do much to fix it either. It’s a really cheap attempt at making a smartphone.

  2. rockinwb
    July 20, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    it’s not a smartphone, dumbass! it’s a basic phone with smartphone-like qualities. not everyone can drop a few hundred dollars on an iphone or droid like your rich, spoiled ass probably does. i bet you still live @ home with mommy too, right? hehe

  3. July 26, 2010 at 1:33 am

    The gravity was a good phone for about 24 hours…. but then the next day i started having problems with it, that made me want to throw it against the wall. the END stopped working!!! I did the master reset two times and nothing worked, i even tried to unlock all the keys… NOTHING. Finally i took the battery out, kept it that way for about 5 minutes. when i put it back in the phone would not turn on at all!!!

  4. Ashley
    July 26, 2010 at 11:55 am

    I got this phone yesterday. I absolutely LOVE IT! I had a Samsung Gravity 2. Which I also loved. (I had to return the Samsung gravity 2, 3 times!!!) Soooo this one is better. This is my first touch screen phone and I’m soooo happy with it! Worth the price I payed, $100! I love the fact that it’s touch screen and has the slide out keyboard. Because I was looking for a phone with the keyboard because that was the best feature of the Samsung Gravity 2. I dont have internet for it yet. But is it worth paying $10.00 more each month for it with this phone? I give this phone 5/5 stars (*****)

  5. Ash
    July 26, 2010 at 11:58 am

    I love this phone! I got it yesterday! I love the fact that its touch screen and has the slide out keyboard. I give this phone 5/5 stars! But is it worth getting internet for this phone?

  6. July 27, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    Can you dowload music from your I-tunes library to this phone? It didn’t come with a cable.

  7. Nick
    July 30, 2010 at 5:57 pm

    Very, very detailed review of the Gravity “T”. I am going to T-Mobile to purchase two of these phones in a few minutes. Thank you for taking your time and energy to post this review. You answered all of my questions in your review.

  8. Ciara
    July 30, 2010 at 8:15 pm

    Well i just got mine about 3 hours ago and well…….I LOVE IT!!! So far lol 😀 T-mobile rox! :)))))

  9. carmen
    July 31, 2010 at 10:04 pm

    I got this phone yesterday..and sometimes it freeze..also I don’t know for how long I must charge if it’s the first time.pls help…charged turned on or off..thank you…I LOVE IT..IT’S nice

  10. Lonaboo101
    August 3, 2010 at 2:32 am

    I am thinking about getting this phone just want to know if its worth it so I wont be wasting any money!!!!!!! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

  11. Ashleyyyy
    August 5, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    I have this phone (: i absolutely love it, it works really well! <3
    The touch screen is fabulous, and the key board is great, not at all a waste of money! 🙂
    I highly recommend it – i have had no problems! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  12. BountyOutlaw
    August 7, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    GOT A BLANK BLACK SCREEN!!!! ON THE SECOND DAY!!! wtf -_-” i liked the phone it was kool while it lasted (ONLY 1 EFFIN DAY!!!) idk how to get this fixed -_- stupid phone i havent dropped it or any kinda damage to it.I Charged it for the night got it in the morning and bam blank black screen If you see anyone else say this happened to them dont get this crap…..

  13. Michelle
    August 11, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    I finally got some songs downloaded to SGH-T669 , but the songs only play for about 20 seconds before the sound goes off. The phone is registering that the song is still playing, just with no sound. Any suggestions as to why???????

  14. Chelsea
    August 11, 2010 at 11:19 pm

    Wal-mart has this t-mobile phone for $.97 in store right now! Purchased it today & can’t wait to start playing with it.

    • Porchiabestie
      June 7, 2011 at 8:22 pm

      theres a reason why its $.97. it sucks. the worst phone ive ever had. by FAR

  15. Levendis
    August 12, 2010 at 2:03 pm

    I got this phone just recently. I think it’s great. To answer Tori Robert’s question. You can transfer songs from iTune to the phone via Bluetooth. As long as the songs are MP3. If not, (i.e. they are .aiff, .m4v or whatever) they won’t work. I downloaded Real Player Converter (I have a iMac computer) which converts music files to MP3 then all you need to do is use Bluetooth to transfer your phone! Music is pretty loud! And you can use your music as an individual Ringtone!
    Personally, I love the iPhone, however, here in Canada the rate plans are ridiculous so it’s better to get a regular (not smartphone) mid level phone like the Gravity t669 and buy an iPod Touch to use to check your emails and surf etc. for free!

  16. Beast56
    August 13, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    Im going to get the Phone today and by the review here im starting to like it more but the phone i have now is the rouor 2 it is great but its time for a change

  17. shy
    August 13, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    I’m getting this phone on monday.. My samsung comeback got water damaged so Im getting this phone now… Does anyone know how resistant it is to water?.I don’t plan on getting it wet either. I’m just asking. Actually, I didn’t get the comeback wet someone sat a wet towel on it…

    • Maisyluv12
      February 4, 2011 at 3:04 pm

      I have been able to wipe it down with a wet cloth and nothing happened i think its pretty good for resistin water

  18. Oriana
    August 18, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    I got the Samsung Gravity Touch two weeks ago from Virgin Mobile Canada, and I love it, overall. I’ll list all the key feautures, and I’ll tell you what I like/dislike about each:

    The TouchWiz touchscreen is great. It’s pretty easy to use most of the time, and the size is perfect. It takes some getting-used-to and quite a bit of patience, because it’s not as accurate as the iPhone/iPod Touch, but if you take your time, it’ll respond really well. It also has a cool feature called Smart Unlock, so that when you lock it you can draw the first letter in the word you want to go to, like you can draw the M to go to Messaging, the B to go to Browser, the V to go to Voicemail, and this square thing to unlock (or you can hold down on the lock key on the touchscreen).

    The full, four-row QWERTY keyboard is very good. It’s so easy to use, because the keys aren’t too small and have a nice smooth feel to them, and also because of the dedicated keys on it – like the “.com” key (so that you don’t have to write the whole word yourself), the arrow keys (to scroll through pages that are hard to scroll through on the touchscreen itself) and the “smiley face” key (for instant emoticons). One of the only downsides of the QWERTY is that someone with bigger, stubbier fingers and/or shorter nails would have a hard time typing on it because the keys aren’t really raised, like on the LG Rumour, BlackBerry, etc. I have small fingers and longer nails, so it’s easier for me.

    The 2-megapixel camera is quite good. It’s easy to access, with the dedicated camera button on the side (below the lock button) that leads you right there. I really like the fact that it also features a camcorder for taking quick videos, which is convenient. What I don’t like about it is that if you want to zoom in, you can only do it if you switch it to 1.3 megapixels or lower, which you can easily access on the camera feature. I would like if it they had allowed zoom on the 2.0 megapixal camera, too, so that you can take a close picture and still have it in better quality.

    The volume, overall, is good. You have easy access to the volume rocker, which is on the side. It also allows you to put it on vibrate or to just turn off the sound altogether. When taking a video and then re-watching it, the volume isn’t the best, but it’s as good as you can get on a feature phone (a non-smartphone).

    The actual “phone” part of this device is pretty good. It isn’t the best speaker ever, but you can easily hear the person on the other end of the line. I think you can do conference calls, too, but I haven’t tried that yet.

    The Bluetooth in this phone is the 2.1 version. I haven’t necessarily used it yet, but I tried it, and it’s easy and fast to activate.

    In this phone, there is a SIM card, so that it can be used in 200 different countries for the same price you pay to use your phone at home, as long as in each different country you go to you change the SIM card.

    This phone has a great battery life. It can last for about five days on stanby, and even when you talk/text, the battery doesn’t run out fast. And then when it does, it’s easy to charge with the Samsung charger, and it doesn’t take too long.

    The display is amazing. It’s not too bright, and you can adjust it however you want. I also like the fact that on the main screen, you have three customizable screens with a widget menu, so you can choose which widgets you want on each screen to make it convenient for you. You also have a choice of what image you want for each screen, and you can get more on the Browser.

    The browser is great. Not too slow, and great display.

    You can purchase this phone from/at:
    Canada: Virgin Mobile Canada, Bell Mobility
    USA: T-Mobile

    OVERALL . . .
    Overall, it’s a great phone, with minor downsides. I would recommend it to people who don’t have hectic lives and who have the time and patience to deal with the very minor problems on the touchscreen. If you need a phone to help keep you organize, I would recommend a BlackBerry, the iPhone, or the LG Rumour/LG Rumour 2 (or something similar). I would recommend it most to tweens/teens, because a lot of (not all, though) adults/middle-aged people can’t seem to be able to figure out these types of gagdets.
    So, if you fit the recommendation and are looking for a new phone, complete with a pretty-easy-to-use touchscreen and a keyboard for texting, pick up a Samsung Gravity Touch today!

  19. Laura
    August 23, 2010 at 5:36 am

    I accidentally touched either a button or screen on my Gravity T and now everything is zoomed in font size. How do I fix this?

    • Vivianmorian
      December 9, 2010 at 9:38 pm

      on the messages? then u use the volume to minimize and maximize it

  20. Marsha
    September 1, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    @Laura– you can adjust the text message size by pressing the volume buttons on the side of the phone up or down.

  21. Vickki
    September 10, 2010 at 3:41 am

    I got the Samsung Gravity Touch a few days ago. I went with virgin mobile canada. I love Everything about this phone, except for one thing. I dont like how it says the phone companies name on the home screen. (in my case it says virgin) I was trying to find a way to get rid of it because on my old phone i was able to change it and write something else. I couldn’t find anything though, i even downloaded the user guide from virgin mobile’s website. So i was just wondering if anyone knew if you could change that and if you know how could you let me know please 🙂 Thanks for your help. I’d give the Samsung Gravity Touch 5/5 (minus the homescreen having the phone company’s name though.)

  22. mokaonkaogotin
    September 17, 2010 at 2:57 am

    I just got this phone today. I am having doubts that it has an Headset or a jack for my earphones. Is it possible to get headphones for this phone? pl0x halp. >:D

  23. menagam
    September 17, 2010 at 3:19 am


  24. G
    September 18, 2010 at 2:26 am

    @ menagam, yes you can look on ebay for a Samsung handfree micro usb:

  25. Noah
    September 23, 2010 at 2:27 pm

    Mine came with headphones to plug into the charging thingy.

  26. Cheryl
    September 29, 2010 at 6:57 am

    This phone is great! The touch screen is really nice and the graphics are perfect for a phone of its size and price. There are only a few cons with this phone, but I can live with it:
    1. Lagginess of touch screen.
    2. Inbox doesn’t hold over a few hundred messages, so you have to frequently empty it.
    3. It keeps vibrating when the battery is low. Gets annoying.
    4. Even though the touch screen is good, sometimes you have to touch it 2-3 times for it to actually go.

    Overall, I love my phone (:

    • RSGE
      October 7, 2010 at 12:53 am

      1. I don’t like this either, but I deal with it.
      2. Emptying in boxes isn’t annoy it take about 10 seconds.
      3. Then charge it!
      4. Patience, obviously something you don’t have.

  27. jaydeep
    September 29, 2010 at 9:45 am

    fkin retarded phone ever

    this phone changed my point of view toward all touch screen phones

    in future i wont buy any touch screen phone

    btw samsung hilite is lot better than gravity t and hilite works perfectly

  28. Carloz
    September 30, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    This is an exceptionally good phone … but. The touchscreen is the worst ever imaginalble touchscreen ! It just spoils the whole thing !
    It is impossible to dismiss a message box for example because the damn thing thinks I want to move the message box ( why would I want that ! ) and just moves it around. when I push OK. Using contact list is a pain. It just scrolls up and down when I want to select an entry from the list.
    I owned good and no so good phones but I never had desire to throw a phone against the wall. Well I sometimes get so impatient with this one that I almost do !

  29. Reawazhere
    November 4, 2010 at 1:39 am

    ugh worst fone evr!!!!!! i jst got diz for 2 weeks nd all of da sudden da whole screen turn black nd i cnt c no damn thng. it rings nd receive messages but i cnt c no shxt at all -__-

  30. MN guest
    November 14, 2010 at 9:59 pm

    I’ve had mine 2 months and I hate it more every day. HORRIBLE TOUCH SCREEN!!! You rarely get the function that you think you are selecting. Often the selected item will light up, the phone will vibrate, so you know the phone knows that you’ve selected that item. But will it open that item? NO! The menu justs scrolls randomly around. I have touched a menu item DOZENS of times before it actually opens that item.
    The space bar on the QWERTY keyboard is flaky. It won’t enter a space if y0u hit the space bar in the center, you must hit it at either the right or left end.
    And the worst thing of all – it’s terrible at actually making or receiving phone calls. Maybe 1 incoming call in 10 actually connects, regardless of signal strength. Selecting an often-used number to call from the contact list can take 4 or 5 steps before the call is actually made.
    T-mobile has told me ‘tough luck’ as far as returning it after having it this long, which really burns me because they usually have excellent customer service. That’s why I’ve stayed with them for almost 15 years. But after this experience, I’m thinking of switching.

    • KiWi
      February 2, 2011 at 6:50 pm

      I’m so with you on EVERYTHING you said about the screen… and yes T-Mobile has had PERFECT customer service up until hmmm 2009? After they received the JD Powers award for best customer service, I feel like it flew to their head & it went downhill from there… Even if they replace the phone it won’t make a difference- I’ve tried… in the end, what we paid for is what we got 🙁 Good Luck!!!

  31. Cuties_vivian
    November 21, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    i love this phone i have and im not even a teenager.i love every thing about it.

  32. Picalu76
    December 1, 2010 at 1:14 am

    Why under specifications it says camera/ camcorder with flash but under cons it says no flash? This is one of the reasons I ordered the phone because I thought it had flash. I’m replacing my old phone the motorola zn5. That phone had a great camera with flash. Never had a samsung phone before so I’m hoping I won’t be disappointed

  33. ZebraMaee(:
    December 11, 2010 at 11:23 pm

    i have this phone because i just started a plan with tmobile. i love it! I dont have any of the problems stated below so there is either something wrong with your phone or your patience. i love the touch screen. if you know what your doing there should be no problem navagating it. the keyboard is really nice. the sound quality is amazing especially during call. for a free phone, this is pretty amazing. i recommend this phone for people who dont want to pay for internet but want a “smart phone” like phone. the only thing was it took me a while to find where my ringtones and my certain settings were but once you do, its no big deal. over all i love love love this phone 🙂

    • Jarcand28
      January 17, 2011 at 5:05 pm

      Where are your ringtones? I cannot find mine.

      • DEE
        January 26, 2011 at 11:14 pm

        i know right , I can’t find my neither

      • Maisyluv12
        February 4, 2011 at 3:00 pm

        if you go to settings and then click on sounds all of your ringtones should show up

  34. Kelloggs__50
    December 15, 2010 at 4:31 am

    For y’all that are B%$#ing about this Phone, Y’all just do not have an ounce of patience. The touchscreen is fine. There ain’t a thing wrong with it. I have had my Gravity T for over 2 weeks now and have not had 1 iota of trouble out of the touchscreen. its something called patience. Now for those that have had blank black screens? It could be an issue with your phone that was like that when you bought it. Also the Screen will go black and lock when not in use. You just hit the red end all button and then unlock the screen, Unless you have done that already and still have issues. If you haven’t paid for insurance on the phone and the phone has these problems, Then sorry to say it but your S4#t out of luck.

    There is not a single thing wrong with this Phone. Its called have an iota of patience. If you don’t have any patience, then get yourself a prepaid phone and leave theses type of phones to the technologically savvy!

  35. Shefellinlovexo1
    December 16, 2010 at 7:04 pm

    this phone facking sucks!

  36. Trivster93
    December 18, 2010 at 2:30 am

    Just got this phone as an early christmas present. I have not had any problems with it at all, and it’s the best phone i’ve ever had. It’s got pretty much everything you want, or atleast i wanted. There are a few cons however. Sometimes you have to tap things more than once in order to get to your destination inside the device. And when you talk to someone, the sound quality isn’t everything you want. But every phone is different, it still works, just not the greatest. Things i did like about the phone was that it holds a full charge for a large amount of time. When i had the 1st generation of the Gravity it would die within an hour. This phone lasted 48 hours still on a full charge. It has alot of applications, and many neet features. If you’re someone that texts alot, or is constantly on the phone, i highly recomend this.

  37. kiwi2mii
    December 19, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    This phone is awesome! I absolutely love it! I just got it yesterday, and it’s so simple, yet stylish… 🙂

  38. Alc452
    December 30, 2010 at 1:29 am

    Heyyy:) I had this phone and never had a problem with it, but the screen wasnt big enough for me (I’m picky) so I just upgraded to the MyTouch 4G (HD) which is a lot better, obviously in many ways 🙂 I gave the Samsung Gravity Touch to my dad and its still working! 4/5 stars:)

  39. Maisyluv12
    February 4, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    I have this phone on Bell and it is absolutely amazing! The touch screen has been pretty responsive for me although sometimes you do have to touch it a couple of times but that is how it is with most touch screen phones. The only thing is the keyboard is kind of flat so you cant really feel the different keys. Overall I do really like this phone.

  40. hey u
    February 11, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    how do u make a three way call on this phone

  41. Shelbyrox2
    March 13, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    does the samsung gravity with bell have wifi

  42. Cristannewton
    March 21, 2011 at 6:43 pm

    hye i dropped my phone in the toilet and now the touch screen wont work, i tried the rice, the hair dyrer, the sun. it stil doesnt work. what should i do?

  43. Lanny12S
    March 22, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    can you delete web on this phone?

  44. March 7, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    wher can i get apps for this phone

  45. Hello
    June 23, 2012 at 3:55 am

    I’ve had mine two years and I can’t wait to get my upgrade cause this phone is stupid for 1 the camera sux for two if it is humid the touchscreen won’t work and 3 you cant get any apps for free and 4 the messaging sux and in conclusion if I rated this fond 1-10 I would rate it a 1

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