Samsung r375c Review

Samsung r375c Review

In addition to the LG 511c slider/touch, screen combo, the Samsung r375c is another CDMA phone apparently headed to Straight Talk sometime soon. And you’re probably sick of hearing me say it by this point, but I don’t know how long it will be until we actually be able to buy this phone from Straight Talk, but when it’s available I’ll do my best to get a helpful Samsung r375c review posted soon thereafter. I will then use this page as an index of all info related to the phone. For now, though, here’s a little basic info about this device:

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Samsung r375c

Basically, the Samsung r375c is a slab-style phone with a qwerty keyboard below the screen on the front. I think it’s going to be a Straight Talk handset at this time, but it looks like there’s also a chance TracFone and/or Net10 users will get a shot at this one as well.

Below is a brief feature list:

  • 1.3 Megapixel Camera (unfortunately no video recording ability)
  • MP3 Player
  • MicroSD Card Slot
  • Alarm Clock
  • Bluetooth Capable
  • HAC Compatible
  • Handsfree Speaker
  • Mobile Web
  • Phone Book with up to 1,000 Entries
  • Ringtones Download
  • Text/Picture Messaging
  • Vibration Alert
  • Voice Command

It’s hard for me to tell at this point what differentiates this phone from the year-old Samsung r355c, which is available from Straight Talk and Net10. They look very similar, and based on this I expect the pricing to be very comparable as well. That’s all I’ve got for now, but please keep this page in mind and visit again once the phone is available. I’ll update the page with more info as I work on the review.

StraightTalk.com

4 thoughts on “Samsung r375c Review

  1. Walmart has these now (Straight Talk) for around $69.00. They run off of the Verizon prepaid network… and you are correct, though the box says it CAN do video recording, it cannot. Just a 1.3mp camera.

  2. I bought this phone expecting to really like it. Proved me wrong. I hate that you can’t turn off the auto-complete when trying to send a text message. This is the MOST annoying thing they came up with.

  3. I sit on my phone all the time and i am taking a “screen shot”. I cant find out how to do it i my hand. It only will happen in my pocket. Can someone tell me how to do it? Please

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