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Mobility Digest Review: Samsung Gravity T Unboxing

Hello Guys and Gals! I figured I’d share some more pictures with you of another phone. This one is from Samsung and it’s for T-Mobile, it’s called the Gravity T or Gravity Touch (SGH-t669). If you didn’t figure it out there, the ‘T’ means Touch! It’s not a bad little phone really, touch screen with slide out qwerty keyboard and stylish looks.


Gravity T on Samsung site

Gravity T on T-Mobile site

Here’s some basic info, prices are from the T-Mobile site.

Suggested retail    $219.99
Instant discount    -$20.00
Web-only discount    -$100.00
Total: $99.99

Gravity Touch (SGH-t669) or Samsung Gravity T
Whether you’re texting, talking, or sharing photos and videos, the touch screen Samsung Gravity T always keeps you in the loop with your friends.

Size: 4.3 x 2.2 x 0.6 inches
Weight: 4.2 ounces
Included battery: 1000 mAh Li-ion
Talk time: up to 6 hours
Standby time: up to 16 days
Band (frequency):   850 MHz;900 MHz;1800 MHz;1900 MHz;UMTS: Band IV (1700/2100

The Gravity T normally comes with user manual and other documentation, but I didn’t get any with mine, so there’s none in the picture. Not a big deal to me though..

It’s touch screen phone so won’t find many button on the front, just call and menu buttons.

On the back you’ll find a patterned cover and the 2mp camera.

Pop the cover off and you can see where the battery and sim card go. To access the microSD slot you’ll need to take the cover of the phone off, it’s down near the bottom.

On the left side of the phone is the volume buttons. On the right you’ll find camera, lock and the micro USB port.

The Gravity T is, as I mentioned, a slider.

I’ll be honest with you I like the keyboard on this phone, it’s nice and big and the button are also large.

Some people might not like the fact that keyboard is basically flat, meaning the keys really don’t stick up far at all.

It’s not a bad phone really.

From my experience with it, it works well, has decent battery life, and good call quality.

Sure it’s no Android phone, but it’s not bad really.

The interface works well, and it’s a messaging centric phone, hence the keyboard of course.

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