In a review for engadget this week, Joseph Flatley looked at the Samsung Behold II and noted that where it first tempted users with an entry-level touchscreen, the focus here is on the operating system.
Boasting the 1.5 version of the Android software, the writer explained one of the first things to notice about the model is its solid build quality.
“The plastic shell does not feel toy-like in the least, you won’t find one sharp edge on the thing and your hand finds the volume controls easily when your eyes are somewhere else,” he added.
However, a processor that lacks power is highlighted as slowing down proceedings somewhat, although autofocus and a built in flash do give the Behold II a five-megapixel camera that is well equipped.
For those in the market for a different low-cost Samsung, the new Genio Touch is also now widely available.
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Posted by Joanne Grimshaw