Editors Liked

  • Great calling features and interface. Best cameraphone on the market. Impressive navigation performance. Looks cool, like a slick little point-and-shoot camera.
  • Sharp 8-MP Camera, Great shots outdoors and indoors, Works with Flickr, Photobucket, and other sharing sites, Integrated GPS, Earbuds and 1GB microSD Card included
  • Far ahead of most phones with 8megapixel shots. Cool touchscreen and accelerometer helps you shoot or view pictures. Compact, pocketfriendly shape, even for hipsters in paintedon jeans
  • Great camera, 3G data, nice touchscreen display
  • The Samsung Memoir has a handsome and slim design with a styling that makes it look like a camera. The TouchWiz interface makes navigation a breeze and we love that you can upload your photos directly to online sharing sites. The photo quality is top-n
  • Best camera-and-video phone in the U.S. Excellent video player. Lots of features. Fun to use
  • Excellent camera features, Intuitive touch interface

Editors Didn't Like

  • Camera performance doesnt measure up to a cheap, 8-megapixel point-and-shoot camera. Low-light pics were horrible. Screen occasionally unresponsive, especially the keyboard. TouchWiz interface looks pretty, until you try to use it.
  • No optical zoom, Expensive, Poor Web browser, Lacks Wi-Fi, Proprietary headphone jack
  • Vampiric light sensitivity makes for washedout shots. Slow to focus, shoot and recover. Email functions are even slower. The screen is hard to see in sunlight. Lens cover doesnt close all the time, so the lens can get dusty. Camera Resolution: 8 Megapixel
  • UI lacks polish, sluggish web browsing, poor voice dialing, no WiFi
  • The Samsung Memoir lacks Wi-Fi, its Web browser is not the greatest, and the touch-screen interface takes some acclimation. You are limited to preloaded TouchWiz widgets
  • Web browser a bit sluggish. Bad shutter lag. Buggy on a couple tasks. Expensive
  • No WiFi, Mixed call quality