My first android phone - samsung captivate glide?


  1. timmytucker

    timmytucker Member

    I've been using a Nokia E71 on straight talk for 2 years now. I really do love my phone, but it really is showing its age.

    I've used an ipod touch and I can't get use to touch screen. So it is necessary for me to have a keyboard. I really want a portrait keyboard, but all of the phones available on AT&T blow.

    The only one I found that is somewhat acceptable is the Motorola Pro+. It is only available internationally though. I found one on Amazon but there were a lot of reviews saying the phone came damaged. I found some on ebay for a good price, but the dude was unable to tell me if it was the Canadian version (having a euro symbol on the key rather than a dollar sign would bother me too much).

    I can get the Samsung captivate glide for just a little more, it's more powerful, better camera.... pretty much better everything... just a slide out keyboard. They go new for roughly 260 too. It looks like the best deal in town.

    Does anybody have anything else to recommend before I go through and buy me one of these? Or any comments on the device?

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  2. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

    Is the Captivate Glide the same as the Epic 4G that's on Sprint?
    If so, it's a great phone and the keyboard is quite nice.
  3. timmytucker

    timmytucker Member

    Don't believe so. According to Wikipedia, the epic 4G is a sprint variation of the original Samsung Galaxy S, wheras the Samsung Captivate Glide is closer to the S2.
  4. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique VIP Member

    Ah, sorry just on my phone and assumed so.
    If that's the case, I'd definitely recommend the Captivate Slide. All the S2 variations are great, it's a fantastic phone that's held the test of time.
  5. reyder92

    reyder92 New Member

    Captivate Glides can be found on ebay for less than $200. You can get it unlocked or ATT// T Mobile and Straight Talk will sell you a new SIM card for it......pop it in /reset according to the card and you are in business. Also have a good help line if you need it .
  6. MinDev

    MinDev Well-Known Member

    I was in the same exact position as you and went to the Captivate Glide from my Nokia E71. I loved that phone. I have the Skyrocket now and oftentimes miss the ease of the Glide. I can tell you the keyboard experience is not quite comparable to that of the E71 or Blackberry, seeing how the form factor is different and I've found the keys to be slighthy flat on the Glide (maybe to give a thinner look), but all in all I would say go for it.
    And the Samsung Captivate Glide is a varation of the Galaxy SII not the Galaxy S as is the Epic 4G.
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