"While the screen is small, the resolution is very sharp with crisp font rendering. I found that the screen is nearly impossible to read in bright outdoor settings. Remembering what key to press to unlock the device will light up the display from sleep mode to a much more readable active mode; otherwise when the phone is inactive with the screen dimmed out, reading can be difficult in outside settings because of the reflective screen. The small screen with miniature icons requires visual concentration, which is certainly not advisable in a moving vehicle for safety sake. However, there is a launcher feature than solves this problem."
The Gadgeteer has posted a review of the i320 from Samsung. While this isn't one of the more popular devices in North America due to it's Tri-Band configuration. Other that that little short fall, it really is a pretty nice phone. I liked the design of the keypad on the i320 better than the BlackJack. Of course, the BlackJacks Quad Band makes a world of difference.
Anyway, if your interested in learning about the BlackJacks younger brother then head on over and check out this review.
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