Monday, November 15, 2010

The Straightforward and Simple Samsung SPH-M360

Here's another mobile phone for the basic phone market that's fits the needs of senior citizens. The Samsung SPH-M360 offers a straightforward design with a couple of extra features. It's also one of the new cell phones that seniors should consider.

The Samsung SPH-M360 offers a simple clamshell design with clean lines. It's not a flashy design but it works for senior users and anyone who wants an easy-to-use handset for making calls.

As with most clamshell phones, the SPH-M360 offer two displays. This cell phone for seniors offer an internal display that measures 2.25 inches and supports 260,000 colors (320x240 pixels). This size is adequate for elderly uses and it provides bright resolution and vibrant colors. Users can alter the backlight time and brightness make it easier on the eyes of users with weak vision.

This senior-friendly cellphone also offers a spacious and comfortable navigation array. Users can easily navigate the menu by feel because the diamond toggle and central OK button are raised above the surface of the phone. The big keypad buttons are raised slightly and brightly backlit so seniors with weak eyesight will not have any dialling or texting issues with this device.

Other notable features for this mobile phone for seniors include the GPS support for Sprint Family Locater. This feature can work in emergency situations. This simple handset also offers a 1.3-megapixel camera takes photos in four resolutions and three quality settings but does not support video capture.

That's it for this quick look at another cell phone for senior citizens. Tune in every week for more services, news, and more mobile phones for the elderly.

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Blogger Lauren Dye said...

I am looking for simple and straightforward for my parents for the holidays I am looking to give them prepaid cell phones. They are protesting a little bit, but I think they know we are all better off with them connected. I have been researcing and it sounds like TracFone's senior value cellphone may be the best deal.

November 21, 2010 at 5:32 PM  

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