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Samsung SGH-T259

Samsung SGH-T259
alaScore 82

39 reviews

Dec, 2016

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 39 reviews of Samsung SGH-T259. The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the durability and portability. The usability and price also get good feedback.

price, usability, portability, durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Samsung SGH-T259 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Samsung SGH-T259

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 user reviews of Samsung SGH-T259 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on Amazon.com.

67% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Samsung T259 Phone, Blue (T-Mobile)Samsung T259 Phone, Blue (T-Mobile)

Dec, 2016

Expert review by: Jessica Dolcourt (cnet.com)

Samsung SGH-T259 - blue (T-Mobile) review:

 

Every carrier needs a good flip phone on its roster, and for T-Mobile, the Samsung T259 fits the bill. This 3G world phone resembles its clamshell cousins on other carriers, like the Samsung Contour and the Samsung SPH-M360 , but with an edgier,...

The Samsung T259 has strong call and speakerphone quality, e-mail access, and room for 32GB expandable memory.

We're not fans of the Samsung T259's squared-off edges, or the shared headphone and charger jack.

The Samsung T259's intuitive design, excellent call quality, and affordable price make it a good choice for someone in search of a simple handset.

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Jessica Dolcourt (cnet.com)

Samsung SGH-T259 - blue (T-Mobile) review: Samsung SGH-T259 - blue (T-Mobile)

 

The Samsung T259 has strong call and speakerphone quality, e-mail access, and room for 32GB expandable memory.

We're not fans of the Samsung T259's squared-off edges, or the shared headphone and charger jack.

The Samsung T259's intuitive design, excellent call quality, and affordable price make it a good choice for someone in search of a simple handset.

Feb, 2011

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Expert review by: (pcmag.com)

Samsung SGH-T259 (T-Mobile)

 

There are a number of navigation buttons on the phone, including two programmable shortcut keys, as well as shortcuts for each direction on the directional navigation pad while on the home screen. The numeric keypad is spacious, and the keys are easy...

Great call quality. Easy to use. Decent feature set. Inexpensive

Nonstandard headphone jack. Not the best camera

The Samsung SGH-T259 is the best choice for T-Mobile subscribers looking for a simple voice phone.

Expert review by: mohseen (brighthub.com)

Samsung SGH-T259 Review

 

We take a look at T-Mobiles newest cheap flip phone the Samsung SGH-T259. In the first part our our review we take a look at the phones design and user interface. This phone has a simple design and impressive features for the cost.

The verdict for the Samsung SGH-T259 is very simple, it is a good basic phone on a basic price tag. The phone gives everything that is expected from it considering the price tag.

May, 2011

Expert review by: Eric M. Zeman (phonescoop.com)

Review: Samsung T259

 

Samsung kicks out a stellar voice phone for T-Mobile. See why Phone Scoop recommends the T259 flip phone for those who have the gift of gab.

Mar, 2011

Expert review by: Paul Briggs (mobilewhack.com)

Samsung SGH-T259 Cell Phone Review–Fantastic Value

 

One of the newer phones to land out at T-Mobile is a Samsung with an unwieldy name, the SGH-T259. And though its name might be a bit of a mouthful, it happens to be attached to a pretty nice phone.

Decent array of features ; Great price

Poor battery life ; Unusual charger design

The Samsung SGH-T259 is a flip phone that offers speakerphone capability, Bluetooth connectivity, eighty megs of onboard memory, support for pretty much every major instant messaging system (Yahoo Instant Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger, Windows Live...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: Rob10 (cnet.com)

"Good size and screen, nice color, everthing else sucks!"

 

The Samsung T259 is a nice looking phone with good sized call strength and battery, etc. icons, much better than my other pa-as-you-go LG model. I can set it to vibrate AND ring, which is a must for me. However, the party's over after that. For...

The phone has decent size, slightly raised buttons, fits my hand well and flips open easily, nice blue color, call quality is decent, ring-and-vibrate mode.

Poor battery life for a basic phone, shuts itself off randomly (WTF??), sometimes gives no bars of service until the phone is powercycled (again, WTF??), not really customizable, as other's have mentioned),

Apr, 2013

Consumer review by: gmt3010 (cnet.com)

"Worse cell phone I've owned"

 

I'm blown away at CNET's good rating and the other glowing comments. From the start this phone had a problems with my voicemail messages breaking up. Try to get someone's message when the phone audio is breaking up. This happened with the three tmbile...

Looks pretty

Poor quality all the way around

May, 2012

Consumer review by: caccidog (cnet.com)

"DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE"

 

I ACTUALLY BOUGHT THIS PHONE BECAUSE OF CNET'S HIGH RATINGS BUT HAD TO RETURN IT WITHIN 3 WEEKS BECAUSE OF LOST CALLS AND ECHOES. WORST CELL PHONE I EVER OWNED. I LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY AND SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEMS. MY PREVIOUS OTHER T-MOBILE PREPAID...

LARGE BUTTONS

ONLY ONE FREE RINGTONE

Mar, 2012