Straight Talk Samsung SGH-T528G Review

Submitted by Dave Won on Wed, 04/06/2011 - 00:00

Straight Talk Samsung SGH-T528G Review

The new Straight Talk Samsung SGH-T528G Review from Straight talk is 3G

IT"S OUT!!! and 3G!!!

This new Samsung touch phone from Straight Talk is really cool. It is packed with features such as Wi-Fi/3G and a 2 MegaPixel Camera.

It's funny how this phone came out less than a week after the Motorola EX124G on Tracfone. The phone is easy to use and is great with the 3G connection. So this is the first 3G touch screen phone to come out since the Samsung R810 Finesse, and I think this will make a lot of people happy at $99.98 at Walmart stores.

The video we took of this phone unboxing is a little long as we show more of the apps and stuff. 8/10



  • 2G Network     GSM 850 / 1900
  • 3G
  • WLAN Wifi
  • Bluetooth


  • Included Battery    Lithium-ion
  • Size    4.3 x 2.0 x 0.5
  • Standby time    Up to 10 days
  • Talk time    Up to 4 hours
  • Weight    3.24 (ounces)

Included Accessories:
  • AC Adapter
  • Battery
  • 2 Megapixel Camera
  • Alarm Clock
  • Bluetooth Capable
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Call Waiting
  • Caller ID
  • Color Screen
  • E-mail
  • Games Download
  • Graphics Download
  • HAC Compatible
  • Handsfree Speaker
  • Mobile Web
  • MP3 Player
  • Phone Book with up to 2,000 Entries
  • Ringtones Download
  • Text MessagingText/Picture Messaging
  • Touch Screen
  • Vibration Alert
  • Video Recorder
  • Voice Commands
  • Voice Recorder
  • Voicemail

Additional review from: jerrhit thanks!

Ok just got this phone yesterday brand new from walmart, on the plus side its fairly cheap for what your getting,though i wish i could have afforded the one with built in voice navigation, though those didnt include both 3g and wifi. CONS:Ok i cant be the only one with somewhat large fingers that plays hell trying to hit the space bar when its horizontal, at first it was just annoying and i thought all i needed to do was calibrate the touchscreen... problem is there isnt an option to calibrate the touchscreen lol. Still though i can deal with that just by using it vertically. The connection speeds while using my home or college wifi is excellent so no complaints there, though honestly for the $150 bucks i spent i should have gotten the coby kyros touch pad at walmart instead, and coulda done almost everything i need on it, but i digress. In my opinion a great phone for the cost,just needs a way to calibrate the touchscreen


$99.98 at Walmart

Samsung SGH-T528G Manual download