Samsung Behold 2

Last updated: Nov 16th, 2010.

The Samsung Behold 2 for T-Mobile greatly improves on the first version of the phone by adding Android to the mix, providing for a powerful combination of hardware and sowftware. With Android, Samsung's custom TouchWiz UI, a 3.2-inch AMOLED Touch Screen and 5MP Camera, the Behold 2 is hard to beat and has pleased even some of the toughest of mobile critics,especially considering the price.

The Samsung Behold 2 was first made available on November 18th, 2009 and launched as T-Mobile's 4th Android Phone!

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Samsung Behold 2 OTA Update Pulled Due to Issues

I can’t imagine any Samsung Behold 2 owners are happy about the way the company’s handled this upgrade process. We first thought they’d be bringing Android 2.1 to the device – even if it would take them forever to do so. After learning they’d be bringing an OTA soon enough, it was revealed that it …

Starting Yesterday, Samsung Behold II OTAs Are Rolling Out

The Samsung Behold II has been the host of a huge round of controversy for the manufacturer, but they’re trying. Unfortunately, Behold II owners won’t be able to enjoy the goods that come along with Android 2.1 and soon to be 2.2, but Android 1.6 isn’t that bad of a build, to be quite honest, …

Samsung Giving Behold 2 Owners Android 1.6, Can’t Go Any Further

There is some very good news and some very bad news for all of you Samsung Behold 2 owners out there. The good news is that Samsung will be working to get Android 1.6 to you as soon as they can. The update will feature “Swype, an improved Media Player, updated core Android Applications and …

Is Samsung Trying to Take Back Their Word on a Behold II Update?

The Samsung Behold 2 has become a phone of much controversy and negative views from its owners. If it’s not from the many bugs that the device is riddled with, then it’s with Samsung not making due with any type of support for the problems whatsoever. The latest blow to Behold 2 owners by Samsung …

Samsung Behold 2 Man Adventures [VIDEO/HUMOR]

Right now most people only have their minds on one Samsung Android Phone… the just announced Galaxy S. But don’t forget Sammy has some other hot devices out there and just a few days ago they whipped up some uber corniness with “Adventures of Behold 2 Man” to promote  [wait for it] the Samsung Behold …

Samsung Behold 2 Commercial Launches A Bit Late

The Samsung Behold 2 was launched quite awhile ago (2009)… and not exactly to overwhelming positive fanfare. For some reason the manufacturer thinks now would be a good time to promote their T-Mobile Android Phone, publishing a commercial/promo that might be too little too late:Two part question: How do you like the commercial and how …

T-Mobile Starting OTA For Behold 2 and CLIQ?

An anonymous tipster just sent some internal T-Mobile documents that suggest an OTA update for the Samsung Behold 2 and Motorola CLIQ should start today. The documents indicate that Samsung Behold 2 owners should get theirs by AT LEAST February 26th while Motorola CLIQ owners shouldn’t even have to wait for a notification message- they …

(Updated) Video Review of Samsung Behold 2

Phonedog has published a video review of the Samsung Behold 2 and let me tell you – that was one hell of a painful video (for Samsung) to watch. Sure, the phone *looks* nice but to at least one reviewer.. is a disaster.John went out of his way to repeatedly point out what he hates …

HTC Droid Eris vs. Samsung Behold 2 (CNET VIDEO)

If you’re trying to decide between getting the HTC Droid Eris on Verizon or the Samsung Behold 2 on T-Mobile, this is probably a video you’ll want to watch. Three CNET authors/editors rate the phones head to head and their average scores are taken to determine the Android champion (in the light-weight division):If you don’t …