The Good The Samsung Gravity 2 is thinner than its predecessor, plus it features several upgrades, notably 3G support, a 2.0-megapixel camera, GPS, and a full HTML browser. It has pretty good quality and is quite affordable.
The Bad The Samsung Gravity 2 has rather tiny navigation keys, and the streaming video quality could be a bit better.
The Bottom Line The Samsung Gravity 2 offers a lot of features for a very low price, making it a great deal for T-Mobile customers.
Samsung Gravity 2
The Samsung Gravity was one of 's first messaging phones, and while we liked it, it did not have a lot of features. It had no 3G, no GPS, and only a 1.3-megapixel camera. However, its sequel, appropriately dubbed the Samsung Gravity 2, fixed all that. The Gravity 2 not only has 3G, GPS, and a 2.0-megapixel camera, it is thinner and sleeker than its predecessor. The Samsung Gravity 2 is available for $30 with a two-year service agreement, which makes it one of the most affordable 3G messaging phones around.
The Samsung Gravity 2 retains the same overall design as the Samsung Gravity. It has a candy bar appearance when viewed on the front and slides to the right to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard. However, it is a bit smaller and thinner at 4.5 inches long by 2.1 inches wide by 0.6 inch thick (Compared to the 4.53 inches by 2.07 inches by 0.7 inch measurements on the Samsung Gravity), the keypad layout is slightly different, and the display is 2.3 inches diagonally instead of 2.1.