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AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3

Posted in: New AT&T Cell phonesJune 19, 2008
AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3

AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3

The AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3 is in the works. The AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3 is the latest phone to come out of the rumor mill, although it sounds very likely we’ll be seeing this one soon. The phone is said to be the new Samsung i788. The new handset will add some very hot features such as: 3G data, stylus, optical touchpad, WiFi, HSDPA, GPS & will get rid of the forward facing camera. Not a bad lineup, if it stays that way when the product actually releases.

The AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3 is also said to run on Windows Mobile 6.1, which wouldn’t be all that surprising since we’ve already seen phones with the new software. I think if AT&T could put out a phone with all these features, without losing WiFi or GPS, they’d have another sure-fire winner on their hands. We’ll have more info on the AT&T Samsung BlackJack 3 soon.

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  • cool

    Comment by maria — April 26, 2009

  • please god, no frigging touchpad!!

    Comment by Chris — May 8, 2009

  • This phone may not be the best of choice to pick. This phone for me has problems. it goes nutty for me. At some points when you recieve text messages or alarm is ringing. The alarm may not ring or sound and a error message will pop and say fail to load. When you recieve text messages, my phone will flicking and keep pressing the left button without myself touching it. The phone really has some bad settings setup. Compared to the previous version (had that as well) it has what you can say, repeated options for alot of things. For some of you lucky people who has it, i cannot use a headset with it (bluetooth ear piece). The blackjack series from my experience are highly unstable and not recommended to be used until a stable version is out. take my word for it.

    Comment by Michael — July 24, 2009

  • ThIs PhOnE Is A GrEaT PhOne IvE HaD It FoR SoMe TImE NoW WiTh No PrObLeM

    Comment by TyRoN — December 17, 2009

  • This phone has major design problems. It turns itself on under a variety of circumstances and, if there is any pressure on the touch screen, it goes into a randon command loop that cannot be resolved. This usually results in the phone locking up and/or draining the battery; only removing the battery and replacing it allows you to reboot the phone. The screen sensitivity is a problem here because you cannot carry it in a pocket or a phone holder without putting pressure on the screen. The operating system software doesn’t provide access to setup features that would restrict the screen from coming on unless you manually unlock the phone. This means that the phone is essentially unreliable as you can never know whether or not it will have a flat battery (although you can tell when it happens by the heat generated by the rapidly drained battery). The only way to use it reliably is to set it on a flat surface where it can stay untouched until needed. I am also unimpressed with the Windows Mobile software as the OS has problems with crashing applications and system services. The only solution is to shut down (sometimes only possible by removing the battery) and rebooting. I seriously regret getting this badly designed phone.

    Comment by Dan — January 27, 2010

  • Had the blackjack for a little over 2 years now and have not had any major problems. Kinda lags with a lot of programs when the internal memory nears low but considering it has a lot to run at once that is understandable. Battery life is also ok it being so old now and me constantly on the thing I’m surprised the batt is as good as it is with me being on it so much. Don’t like that I can’t do anything that needs Java but it does more then just email. Overall I love the phone and will be getting the 3rd gen. Doesn’t pay to get the 2nd now that the 3rd is coming out.

    Comment by Great Nate — July 23, 2010

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