The Good Diminutive size; easy to use without sliding open; very easy to customise look and sounds.
The Bad Not enough internal memory and no expansion; camera only VGA; no bundled PC connectivity; poor battery life.
The Bottom Line The SGH-E350 is a mid-range handset with mostly mid-range features but some that punch above their weight. We like the ease of use and the overall dinky size -- but look elsewhere if you need Bluetooth, expandable memory and anything more than average battery life
When it comes to buying a new handset you don't always have to look at the most expensive options available to get the range of features you need.
Take the SGH-E350 from Samsung, for example. Despite an obvious omission -- Bluetooth -- and an inability to expand the internal memory, this handset has a few tricks up its slider, including a reasonable camera, a nifty MP3 player and a handy voice recorder. It's not going to blow your mind, but it's not meant to be at the cutting edge and it won't blow your budget either.
We found it free on a £20 monthly tariff from O2, for example, or for £120 on Orange pay-as-you-go and £130 on pay-as-you-go from O2.
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