The Rugby has a 1,000-contact phone book with room in each entry for six phone numbers, two e-mail addresses, two URLS, an instant-messaging handle, a nickname, a birthday, two street addresses, a company name, job title, and notes (the SIM card holds an additional 250 names). You can assign callers to groups and pair them with one of 10 polyphonic ringtones. Alternatively, if you want to get more creative, you can use files for the phone's audio recorder as ringtones. Other essentials include a vibrate mode, text and multimedia messaging, a tip calculator, a stopwatch, a currency and unit converter, an alarm clock, a world clock, a timer, a calendar, a task list, a notepad, and a calculator.
For more active users, the SGH-A837 offers a voice recorder, stereo Bluetooth, USB mass storage, PC syncing, support for AT&T's Video Share application, and GPS with support for AT&T's navigation service. And of course, the Rugby supports AT&T's PTT network for making walkie-talkie calls to other compatible AT&T phones. Messaging addicts will find instant messaging and Web-based POP3 e-mail support for a variety of providers. There's no syncing for IMAP4 e-mail, which is to be expected, but the lack of voice dialing is disappointing.
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