The Samsung Smiley has a functional midrange feature set and respectable call quality.It has a similar slider phone design and at 3.9 inches long by 2.3 inches wide by 0.6 inch deep, it's about the same size. At 4 ounces, the Smiley is just the slightest bit heavier than its predecessor, but it still feels a little wispy in the hand thanks to its plastic shell. Despite the durability concerns, it's a reasonably attractive phone. The Smiley's 2.6-inch TFT display shows 262,000 colors in a 320x240-pixel resolution. Sure, it can't compare with the fancy displays on the latest smartphones, but it's more than suitable on a midrange texting handset. Its colors, graphics, and photos are bright, though the screen is largely unreadable in direct light. The menu interface is typical Samsung, which is to say it's easy to use. The display's personalization options include brightness, backlighting time, and wallpaper.The phone has 50MB internal memory which is expandable up to 16GB with microSD slot. It can keep call records of 90 dialed, 90 received and 90 missed which can fulfill the desired expectations of its users. With photocall ID user can see the photo of caller and can quickly decide whether to talk or not.t is easy to hold and carry device which measures 99.6 x 59.4 X 15.0 mm and weighs 112.8g.The Smiley has an excellent call quality control. It has a provision to keep it on vibration mode which is very workable when user is engaged somewhere. The 72chnnels polyphonic ringtones are easily downloadable and integrated Mp3 music player is quite exciting for music enthusiasts.The phone uses all the latest technology and that is also at lower price. It has Bluetoth connectivity, buildin handsfree speaker, T9, HSDPA, GPRS and EDGE technology. The USB is usable in connecting phone to PC and other mobile phone. Java supported games will keep its users entertained while on the go.he Smiley is a quad-band EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and dual-band UMTS (1700/2100 MHz) device. Holding the phone was more comfortable than it looks, though dialing numbers was a little tight. Voice quality was OK; voices sounded a little hollow on both ends, with too much midrange. Reception was average; I heard some static, but that's typical for the marginal T-Mobile coverage area I live in. Calls sounded clear through an Aliph Jawbone Icon ($99, ) Bluetooth headset. The speakerphone sounded a little tinny and could have used more volume. There's no voice dialing that I could find, Bluetooth or otherwise. Battery life was good at 9 hours and 36 minutes of talk time in EDGE mode.