Samsung B7722 is a touch-based dual-SIM handset with business functions being the emphasis, particularly appealing to users who need two networks or two SIM cards within the same carrier simultaneously.
Unboxing items include a Samsung B7722 phone, a battery, a data cable, a handsfree, a charger and a user's guide.
Samsung B7722 has a 3.2-inch WQVGA touchscreen with a display size of 240 x 400 pixels. A very important button, which allows users to switch between the two SIMs by just one tap, is under the screen. This makes the control of the SIMs much easier and convenient.
The rear of B7722 has a shiny black shell which is pretty trendy. The camera is on the upper part while a “SAMSUNG” logo is at the bottom part.
The handset has a 5.0MP camera and a flashlight. It is already enough for daily snapshots and can function well in low-light situations. Also, the camera supports video recording.
These are the two SIM card slots at the back.
You can also insert micro SD cards into the phone to extend the memory. The card slot will be near the camera.
Obviously, Samsung B7722 is designed especially for business use. A very appealing feature, the dual-SIM capability, is a good and big help to users who need two numbers at the same time. And run on TouchWiz UI, B7722 would be quite user-friendly.
Nokia’s E-series has always put business users in their first priority. And this time, E5 is strictly following suit to give business users more convenience. In a bar design, E5 has a full QWERTY keyboard that enhance messaging and emails. You can handle your business at anywhere in anytime.
Unboxing items include a Nokia E5 phone, a battery, a charger, a data cable, a handsfree, a CD-ROM and a user's guide.
Nokia E5 is operated under Symbian OS v.9.3, similar to other members in the E-series. The display is sized in 2.36 inches but isn’t a touched one. Under the screen there is a pretty big silver metal bar consisting of a number of function keys. What more important would be below the bar: a full QWERTY keyboard to give you responsive and accurate messaging.
At the back you can see a simple look, with the camera being the main focus. And the cover shell uses a different colour from the main body to make it less plain.
One of the features of Nokia E5 is the camera. The 5 megapixels camera is good enough for daily snapshots and it supports video recording. Also, a flash light is attached for better performance.
The QWERTY keyboard is undoubtedly a good one. The streamlined surface of each button gives you a smoother and more convenient experience when texting.
The usb slot, audio jack and charging slot are at the top of the phone.
Apart from the camera and keyboard which are the main focus of the Nokia E5, it still has other supportive functions like Bluetooth, GPRS, and radio etc to make itself more all-rounded. But what a pity is that the phone does not support WiFi which means you have to stick to a mobile data plan from a service provider if you want to get access to the Internet with it.