Samsung Wave 575 S5753

price N/A launch Jan, 2011

phonecurry review summary prepared from 0 expert review(s)

  • + Good build quality
  • + Nice, responsive touchscreen
  • + Smooth, intuitive user interface
  • + Good on-screen QWERTY keyboard
  • + Good camera
  • + Good web browser
  • + Good call quality
  • + Good loudspeaker
  • + Leather cover in retail package
  • No major negatives

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OS

  • Smartphone OS: Bada OS (Upgradeable to Bada 2.0)

Display

  • Touchscreen (Capacitive)
  • Screen Size: 3.2 inches small
  • Screen Resolution: 240x400 pixels (~ 146 pixels per inch)
  • Display Type: LCD
  • Sensors: Accelerometer

Memory

  • Internal Memory: 100 MB
  • Expandable Memory Slot: Yes
  • Free (Included) Memory Card: 2 GB

Battery

  • Battery Capacity: 1200 mAh
  • Battery Standby: 1000 hrs
  • Battery Talktime: 14.60 hrs

Dimensions

  • Weight: 100 gm light
  • Thickness: 11.9 mm medium

Camera

  • Camera: 3.2 MP
  • Other Camera Features: Smile Detection

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth
  • USB
  • WiFi
  • 3G
  • 2G Internet (GPRS/EDGE)
  • GPS

More

  • App Store: Samsung Apps
  • Java Apps Support
  • FM Radio
  • Leather cover included in retail package
  • Music Recognition
  • Lost Mobile Tracker
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Brand Value-For-Money Rating

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6-month average
3.22/5
Good
12-month average
3.21/5
Good

Brand Perception

brand perception based on brand equity surveys
Very Good

Service Quality Rating

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Good
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