During its touch-screen phone marathon this autumn, Samsung left almost no carrier untouched. And that includes both
From the outside, both the
Both handsets offer solid mid-range feature sets that center on multimedia. You'll find 3G EV-DO support, a 2-megapixel camera, a music player, and Bluetooth. The Alltel version also adds GPS with support for directional applications, Alltel's TV on Demand, and a voice recorder, while the U.S. Cellular model has a larger phone book.
Unfortunately, both phones lack Wi-Fi and full e-mail syncing so their usefulness as business devices are limited. But as a multimedia handset with a unique interface, they're not a bad buy. For a full assessment check out our