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Android Phone Reviews
Samsung Behold 2 Review: Video Review of Behold II

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November 18th, 2009

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By Ari Driessen
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While the nation’s other major carriers are just getting around to launching their first Android-powered smartphones, Android veteran T-Mobile continues to lead the charge, releasing their fourth Android handset in the form of the Samsung Behold II.

As of late, Samsung has been incorporating its ubiquitous TouchWiz interface into virtually every new phone it pumps out — and the Behold II is, surprisingly enough, no different. Following in the footsteps of HTC’s Sense user interface and Motorola’s MOTOBLUR, TouchWiz brings a changed look and feature set to the Android platform, including a unique interactive cube for navigating media content.

The Behold II is equipped with a crisp 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, Microsoft Exchange support, WiFi, GPS, and a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus and video capture capabilities.

Check out Wirefly’s review at right for a quick look at the Behold II and what goodies come along in the box, and stay tuned for a full video review of Samsung’s latest Android-loving phone.

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6 Responses to “Samsung Behold 2 Review: Video Review of Behold II”

  • i meant first contract with tmobile lol-i USED to have sprint lol

  • ummm i went on tmobile online and this phone is now free with a two year even more plan contract! it could be because this is my first contract with sprint i duno, but i hope yall didnt pay all that money for this phone cuz it is on there free now along with a couple other phones…cant really speak on my experience with the phone just yet because i am waiting on its delivery-but watching these videos i am excited!! its my first android phone

  • Sharath
    March 12, 2010

    yes you can

  • I talked to T-Mobile yesterday. They told me I could buy just the phone with no contract. Also, they told me they would divide the cost into 20 payments with no interest if I didn’t want a new contract. If you leave T-Mobile before you pay it off you just have to pay off the phone and there are no contract cancellation fees or anything like that.

  • Rita Parham Banks
    February 13, 2010

    I have had an account with T-Mobile for a long time and I don’t understand why I would have to
    pay for the Behold 11 when I already am paying every month without fail and I think I should be given the new phone with the same plan that I now have, without having to pay for any activation fee.
    Please respond.

    Thank you

  • Mark Pollard
    January 17, 2010

    Yes, may I just purchase a Android phone without any contracts. I would appreciate a response asap as I need a phone but without any service.

    Thank you and God Bless,

    Mark
    772-299-6253

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