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Review of the Samsung B7722

Posted by Admin Saturday, January 14, 2012

There is nothing astonishing about the B7722 appearance. It is a cuddly touch bar phone with rounded edges and a triangle-shaped D-pad, emblematic of recently released company phones. These days all Samsung phones suffer from Corby hangovers and eventually we are all getting hallucinated visions of the B7722. The handset is all-plastic, but feels good to hold and operate.
On the contrary, the 3.2" WQVGA resistive touch screen disappoints big time. It is hardly readable in direct sunlight and adding to the woes is its magnetic attraction towards fingerprints. Under the screen the D-pad is centered, cornered by send and end keys on either sides. The D-pad works as the back key taking you back to the home screen whilst the end key acts as the power button.
The dual-SIM phone includes twin cameras, a main 5-megapixel camera for still shots and video recording and a front facing video call camera. As usual the remaining physical buttons are on the sides - left occupied by volume rocker and microUSB port whilst the right side support the lock, camera and SIM card toggle buttons.
Other than the camera lens, the backside is taken up the two SIM card cozily positioned under the battery cover. One should note that SIM 1 supports 3G whereas SIM 2 backs Wi-Fi.

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