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Old November 2nd, 2009, 11:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default i just got my behold 2

So far so good. The screen is great and it is the fastest android phone i have used to date. I was a bit worried about the Samsung ui but it is integrated very nicely. I cannot find the menu area to see what the actual processor is. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Old November 2nd, 2009, 11:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
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So far so good. The screen is great and it is the fastest android phone i have used to date. I was a bit worried about the Samsung ui but it is integrated very nicely. I cannot find the menu area to see what the actual processor is. Let me know if you have any questions.

Some photos as proof that you have the phone would be a good start and if you do truly have the phone how is the battery holding up?
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Old November 3rd, 2009, 12:14 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default here ya go!

I have only had it for about two hours so I cannot comment on the battery yet, but I will tomorrow evening. Any other questions?
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I have only had it for about two hours so I cannot comment on the battery yet, but I will tomorrow evening. Any other questions?

at the moment that is the only question i really had.... unless you've noticed some features that differ from most Android phones.....
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Default camera app

The camera app and flash are excellent. The cube feature is nothing great and is not a major part of the ui at all. I am loving it so far. The keyboard is also good.
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what is the cpu, memory or this device? what is the added extras as people have speculated 800mhz cpu and more ram than the galaxy which i dont believe can be true


Can you go into settings > About phone and tell is the info

Firmware version
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There is not an about area like all of the other android phones.
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serious?

there must be an area that gives the device firmware versions in settings surely?
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I have looked through every tab and cannot find it. I will keep looking.

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Default I am curious

So I was going to buy cliq but then saw behold 2.Is it as good as the galaxy.So how is the samsung UI and also was curious about the internal memory as galaxy has 8gb internal memory. I do not think behold does.How many apps do you think bhold can hold. Yeah after seeing htis phone over cliq ,So goign to buy on nov 18th.

Pls share more information with us,pretty pls bud.video and pics will be awesome,u should do a review and post on youtube, hahah
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Old November 3rd, 2009, 01:18 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default I had the cliq

I just had the cliq before the behold 2 and I really liked it. The form factor was pretty good, but the keyboard was a bit on the small side. I am posting a video to youtube and I will post the link here in a few.
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did you buy this or get it as a review phone?
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I would totally love to see a video,I do prefer virtual keyboards. IF you could answer the few questions I asked in the previous post,curious abt processor, and how and internal storage, how many gadgets from the android market do u think it can store,battery,UI.Anything . your video will be a hit,looking forward to seeing it
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It only has 153MB internal storage, and it says only 80 available. I just went through all of the menu settings and still cannot find the build, processor info. I have about 7 or 8 apps loaded and there is room for more. The battery is still kicking butt. I have been up for several hours, I always have the gps and wifi on, and have taken quite a few calls, emails and texts and the battery has only dipped one of the five bars. Video should be up soon, youtube is still processing it. I created it on my imac and it is a .mov file....I wonder if that is going to work?
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sounds awesome, everything does.Only thing I am bummed about is the internal storage space. I thought it was 256 bs, so 80 mb only free darn.maybe that is with their apps loaded too.Hopefully can delete them. I want to get a bunch of apps. Will have to wait until 18th to get the phone, wish it was sooner.
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Here it is. This was my first video ever so cut me some slack!

YouTube - Behold 2 Video
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for cpu frekvenc

run terminal

and write:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

BogoMIPS is cpu frekvence
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nice the keys are backlit unlike the galaxy, camera is so much better than the galaxy's even tho its apparently the same 5mp lens your camera software is brilliant
i wonder how hum tmobile usa has applied pressure to samsung to get it right

maybe they did indeed use us galaxy owners as beta testers as it seems the only thing we have is built in 8 gig and the rest is pants in comparison although i do still like my phone

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nice 1st vid
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Default taken from the Behold 2

Someone on youtube requested a video taken from the phone, so here it is. The flash was not on, and I made no special adjustment to the settings, I just shot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1kGirJnFkI
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Thanks for the quick feedback for us. Can you elaborate on the "Quick List" and show a better view of the media skin(s)?

I just have to say how odd ,unfortunate really, that the specs on this are so elusive. Gives the feeling that they are hiding a not so impressive proc, but if it performs decently, then I'll give it a spin just for the screen, flash, and BIG BATTERY. (I liked the G1 but couldn't live with the horrible battery life.)
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IS IT MULTI TOUCH!?
And is it the best android phone you used, or one of the best?
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It is the best all touchscreen android yet. The cliq would bathe best if you need a physical keyboard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXnYFCxxrHE
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It is the best all touchscreen android yet. The cliq would bathe best ifbyou need physical keyboard.

YouTube - Samsung Behold 2 Follow-Up
nice,

just a hint from a galaxy user, battery life is significantly improved if you only enable background data when you need it.
if it has a similar case to the galaxy (leather pouch) it holds down the camera button in sleep and drains the battery

also it takes a few days to condition the li ion battery
in the location settings (if you have the option) you can disable "use wireless networks" as that is the a-GPS which i find drains battery when driving as it scans each cell you go past when it hands over for location information.

when i first got my galaxy my battery would only just last a day. now i can make it last 2 while using it for music 2+ hrs a day
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Mad props for posting responses so quickly. I'm familiar with Android but new to using the actual devices, so I really appreciate it!

Anyway, to point, if you can make it to 7pm with GPS and WiFi running and no battery conditioning, that's a H3LL of a lot better than the G1. With moderate 3G usage, WiFi rarely on, NEVER using GPS, and the screen brightness way down, I could only just get to 4pm after coming fully-charged straight off the car charger at 8am. It was irritating having to pack up the wall charger every morning... (The capacity was barely more than my SE TM506's 950mAh.) I had no intention of spending MORE cash for a bigger battery and/or addl. charger and still being stuck w/o a proper headphone jack...

I'm really looking forward to this phone, acknowledging certain issues, notably the pointless "Cube" UI's button instead of a Search button, but more importantly the disappointing memory specs and apparently unimpressive CPU. Especially for the anticipated premium price. (For what?)
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btw someone has just got hold of the source code and its the same 192 mb of ram and528 qualcom processor thats in the galaxy.
infact other than the extra button and mass storage space its the same phone chipset and power wise
its running a nicely modified 1.5 cupcake and not 1.6
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It's a modest improvement in key areas (battery, screen, microUSB, 3.5mm jack, flash), I'll give Samsung that. But the price had better "improve" too. None of those features are "premium", they just highlight the fact that all T-Mobile's other Android phones are pitifully underwhelming.

I'd lay low too if I walked into the party after the CLIQ and Droid...
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I just noticed a tiny sticker on the bottom of my phone that says " Digital by Qualcomm". Is qualcomm the manufacturer of the 800mhz chip that is suspected of powering the Behold 2?
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I just noticed a tiny sticker on the bottom of my phone that says " Digital by Qualcomm". Is qualcomm the manufacturer of the 800mhz chip that is suspected of powering the Behold 2?
no the 800mhz chip is snapdragon i think
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Can you please post a picture of the virtual keyboard both diagonal and horizontal?
I too am thinking of returning my cliq. I don't like it much. But i'm basically waiting to see what the keyboard looks like. Otherwise I'll give the cliq to my son and get myself the Behold II or return it all together and get me a behold II and and get him a G1.
I'm sure him being 11 is going to love me for christmas (but hey I pay for the internet for all lines now anyway with the plan so might as well!
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Can you make another Video showing only the phone.. like a phone review
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please can download terminal emulator, run it and write:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

and post there figure in BogoMIPS

then can you download System monitor and ask how many mb is available in Memory usage and how many mb memory used in Memory usage?

can you make video, which show Touchwiz UI( mediaplayer, new widgets, browser, 3D cube etc) not your face?
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The source code is almost identical to the Galaxy. It has the same ram and CPU.

Can you type *#1234# into the dialer and tell us the CSC, PDA and PHONE versions please?

Also would you be interested in rooting it and getting us a system image?
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Default Who wants to buy the Behold 2?

Due to unexpected circumstances I am selling the Behold 2. It is in mint condition and ready to go. If you are interested, call me at 7202623830 to discuss. There are people everywhere trying to gauge people on these, but I will let it go for the same $400 that I paid for it.

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Due to unexpected circumstances I am selling the Behold 2. It is in mint condition and ready to go. If you are interested, call me at 7202623830 to discuss. There are people everywhere trying to gauge people on these, but I will let it go for the same $400 that I paid for it.

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No, I just have another new toy to play with, and am willing to spread the joy with this one!
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I also want to know the speed of cpu.
I hope it should be 800 Mhz CPU.
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I tried this out yesterday at a T-Mobile store and wasn't really impressed. The screen is nice and vibrant, but I didn't like the home screen transitions...it just felt too slow. launching apps seemed fairly speedy though.

They did say it will be $199 (some websites were saying $229). They weren't able to tell me what the processor speed is though.

I asked them if there would possibly be a CLIQ price drop, but they said it's staying at $199. Both are overpriced IMO.
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Press and hold Send/Talk key to launch Voice Dialer
Speak the command "Open Phone Status"
Tap OK on pop-up saying "Open Phone Status"

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Baseband version
Kernel version
Build number
Firmware version: 1.5
Baseband version: T939UVIJ6
Kernel version: 2.6.27 behold2@sep-01 #1
Build number: 76XXCSDCBALUM6375
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Sorry about my chicken scratch hand writing, and the pic is crappy, it was taken with my old Mytouch. I got it late last night. I was up all night messing with it. So far I like it and I'm happy with it, more so than I was with the mytouch or the G1. It's just a lot more confusing to get used too and It's going to take me a few more days before I REALLY now how much I like it. So far it's fast, everything runs good on it, not 1 FC on anything. I kinda like the cube thing but I'm sure the novelty will wear off in a day or two.
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