Samsung Shark S5350 and Shark S3550 Slider early review: Won't eat your wallet
Samsung's school of sharks has three pupils -- the Shark S5350, the Shark 2 S5550 and the Shark 3 S3550 -- and we clocked two of the toothy beasts at Mobile World Congress last week.
The Shark S5350 is a basic candybar phone that looks sleek and attractive in person, and has a traditional-looking feature-phone user interface that shouldn't shock anyone who's used to stepping out with a Nokia phone. It has a 56mm (2.2-inch) screen, 3G and an assortment of widgets to keep you connected to social networks such as Facebook.
The Shark S3550 packs it all into a slider with a 51mm (2-inch) screen that ditches the 3G connectivity. Both are sure to be inexpensive phones when they swim into stores any time soon, so if you're in the market for a budget phone with a fishy flavour, click 'Continue' to check out our hands-on photos.
The shiny back of the Shark S5350 sports a 3.2-megapixel camera and an attractive textured finish.
The Shark S3550 is small enough for the most petite pocket, but you should try out the flat, unseparated keys to see if they work for you.
Not only does the Slider lack 3G, it has a mere 2-megapixel camera -- but it is very small.
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