Samsung GT-C6625v


Samsung gt-c6625v

I was recently given one of the new Samsung GT-C6625v mobile phones to play with. It’s aimed at the office worker who needs email on the move and with the monthly tariff starting at £7.50 per user it could be a very attractive option for companies looking to reduce costs.

The phone itself is very BlackBerryish with a full QWERTY keyboard below the 2.6” screen. It runs Windows Mobile and integrates with a company’s existing Microsoft Exchange Server for email, you get the usual mobile Office applications for reading and editing document, spreadsheets, etc.

The phone feels quite light weight and comfy, fitting my hand well (even if it is pretty large (the phone, not my hand)). It was a bit confusing trying to get into different applications as you had to get to entertainment before arriving at the camera, which is not where I would normally look for it. Overall it is certainly worth checking out if you have an office full staff that need email on the move.

The product specification and pricing information can be found on the vodafone site.

3 reviews or comments

dean miller Says: November 2, 2009 at 1:56 am

hey buddy, thanks for this review .

sir Says: December 18, 2010 at 12:14 am

this mobile email exchange server dont work.
the older version of windows mobile has patch. but version dont have any patch even after years.

samsung dont have its solution for me. they say this direct on my face.

this is my hand on experience.

u cant customize the key mapping in this wm. this make u feel like a kid and fool enough that u r not allowed to do serious things even after paying money.

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