Samsung Blackjack II (SGH-i617) Revealed…sort of

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

11 Comments to Samsung Blackjack II (SGH-i617) Revealed…sort of

  1. pls my samsung sgh-i607 have a problem with language,the phone entered chines language pls i want to bring it back to English, pls if ther is a softwere pls help me thanks

  2. pls my samsung sgh-i607 have a problem with language,the phone entered chines language pls i want to bring it back to English, pls if ther is a softwere pls help me thanks

  3. This phone is meant for a microsoft based computer.
    I do have a windows and i enjoy all the things that I am able to get off from my computer on my phone
    It’s also enjoyable to have wireless TV and Radio and even the Rss Reader Also microsoft office moble.
    One phone that i previously had that was Mac Friendly was the Motorola Slvr
    Its not much of a worker but with the apps it’s easy to connect and function with a mac

  4. Clint Hathaway

    I’m currently using the i607 (Blackjack1) and want to upgrade to the i617 (Blackjack2) when my AT&T contract allows me the privilege (November, 2008). Can someone drop me an email post and tell me if they think the upgrade is worth it or not? What does the i617 offer that the i607 doesn’t?
    Thanks in advance for your time. GC Hathaway…

  5. All smartphones have a real browser. Being a apple fan boy you missed some important aspects such as actually using it for some business related work. Like checking email on an exchange server without POP3 or syncing all of your contacts, tasks and calendar to a centrally unified location. With the new blackjack, comes a new OS, one that will use all of the features of the new exchange server. I had a phone with WIFI, I never used it, why when I have 3g everywhere? What large amounts of data will I transfer from my phone to a network?
    Its ridiculous how much WIFI is stressed.

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