Samsung A887 Solstice

Samsung Solstice SGH-a887 (AT&T)

Design and voice quality
Like the Samsung Highlight, the Solstice is comfortable to hold due to the soft textured back panel. It measures 4.3 by 2.1 by 0.5 inches (HWD) and weighs just 3.3 ounces, which is about an ounce and a half less than the iPhone. The glossy touch screen LCD offers 240-by-400 pixel resolution and can display 262K colors; both are average for the class. The accelerometer, on-screen QWERTY keyboard (in landscape mode), and built-in haptic feedback made for a pleasurable typing experience. A lock button at the top prevents unwanted touches, while the horrid proprietary Samsung charger jack doubles as a headphone port. No earbuds are bundled with the Solstice, so pick up a compatible set when buying the phone.

The Samsung Solstice SGH-a887 is a solid but unremarkable touch screen phone. If it looks familiar, that's because it's essentially the same handset on AT&T as the Samsung Highlight SGH-t749 is on T-Mobile. The Solstice trades the Highlight's garish colors for a more professional all-black look. There are a few other key differences, which I'll get to below. I wasn't as pleased with the Solstice, though it did keep some of the Highlight's good qualities, including decent media capabilities, a 3-inch touch screen, and a lightweight design.

Samsung Sunburst SGH-a697 (AT&T)

Design, Call Quality, and Interface
The Samsung Sunburst measures 4.3 by 2.1 by 0.5 inches (HWD) and weighs 3.1 ounces. It feels very light in the hand. The Sunburst features a soft-touch rear panel and sides, with a plastic LCD screen surrounded in dark chrome, and three faux-aluminum control buttons at the bottom. The 3-inch, 240-by-320-pixel, resistive LCD looked colorful and sufficiently bright. The screen itself was a little stubborn, with rough page scrolling on Web sites, though the subtle haptic feedback was welcome. The accelerometer often shifted to landscape mode when I didn't want it to, and then required a near-vertical position to return to portrait mode. Typing on the on-screen QWERTY keyboard felt cramped; I made plenty of mistakes throughout the review period.

The Sunburst is a quad-band EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) device with no 3G or Wi-Fi, which is a bit disappointing given the device's media focus. Voice quality was excellent for a 2G phone, though, with clear transmissions and solid external noise rejection. Reception seemed about average. Calls sounded clear through an Aliph Jawbone Icon ($99, ) Bluetooth headset. The speakerphone was clear and just loud enough to use outside. Battery life was superb, at almost 12 hours of talk time in EDGE mode.


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Samsung A887 Solstice phone. Announced Jul 2009. Features 3.0″ display, 2 MP primary camera, 1000 mAh battery, 189 MB storage.

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The Samsung Solstice offers a touch screen and multimedia features, but its performance isn't the best.

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