Editors Liked

  • Solid battery life, Pretty good keyboard, Not much bloatware
  • One of the few dualscreen clamshells
  • Inexpensive, Decent QWERTY keyboard
  • Sturdily built and appealing to the eyes, AT&T's Samsung DoubleTime has a refreshing design with two screens, a comfortable QWERTY keyboard, and a flip-open design. Call quality was good

Editors Didn't Like

  • Performance is akin to a threeyearold smartphone, Bad camera, Bulky, unattractive body
  • Sluggish overall performance, Washed out displays, Outdated Froyo build, Weak battery life
  • Sluggish performance, Outdated OS, Poor camera, Secondary display is awkward to use, Limited multimedia file format support
  • The DoubleTime's biggest problem is that it runs Android 2.2 Froyo instead of the more current Gingerbread. Its more petite touch screen and pink accent colors won't appeal to everyone, and the camera quality is middling. You can only access the m