Video Review: Rogers Samsung Gravity

Rogers is on a big push with messaging devices. We recently reviewed the Samsung Propel, LG Neon and now have taken some time to check out the Samsung T456 Gravity.

The Gravity is another slider that has a full QWERTY keyboard. The overall style of device is nothing new to the market, but has a nice screen size of 2.1-inches (176 x 220 pixels). The overall dimensions are 115 x 53 x 18 mm and weights in at 124 grams. You can pick and choose between colours as this comes in Grey and White.

The actual device feels solid and has a glossy shine to it. The keypad on both the front face and full QWERTY are a bit raised which makes it easier to type on. Also, with its dedicated keys to the internet and quick soft key buttons will make for a more pleasant user experience. The Gravity is easy to learn and nothing is stands out with this phone – except for the slide out QWERTY keyboard which makes messaging a breeze.

The 1.3 megapixel camera is basic these days, but the good news is that you can take video with it (Although, comes out pixelated). What I did like about the Gravity is the speakers – they have a clear sound to them and some serious volume. This comes with a music player and has internal storage of 60MB with microSD that can expand up to 4 GB.

Apart from your standard add-ons such as the calendar, calculator, currency converter, notepad, to-do list, the Gravity is just above a basic phone these days. This is available in Grey or White on the following plans: 3-year: $29.99; 2-year: $79.99; 1-year: $149.99 and Outright: $199.99.

Check out our video review here: