Samsung Entro

Also known as the SPH-M350


Canada: Bell, Latitude Wireless, NorthernTel, PC Mobile
US: Virgin Mobile USA


July 2010


  • 2.6" touch screen
  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • 1.3 MP camera


Latest Reviews

3 Stars out of 5

Auto 911 dialing

Reviewed on Tuesday September 23, 2014 by , Canada
I had a lot of trouble finding a solution to the penchant for this phone to auto-dial 911 emergency number when in my cellphone pouch. Unlike my favoured Samsung A660, you cannot remove 911 as the first emergency number called. A call to Samsung tech support afforded no ideas.

The only solution I have found that works is to turn the sensitivity to the lowest setting. So far, so good. It has stopped calling our local police everytime I am out in the truck...
4 Stars out of 5

Great phone!

Reviewed on Friday September 13, 2013 by , British Columbia, Canada
Great little phone. But it is NOT a smartphone people! It's a standard cell phone with QWERTY keyboard. And for that it's good. People compare something like this to a smart and then say this phone is bad, it's not comparable. This is a good phone for what it is. I always liked using it and never really had any issues with it.
0 Stars out of 5

This phone makes me want to stab my eye out.

Reviewed on Saturday December 22, 2012 by , Canada
If you somehow got suckered into buying one of these horrible devices, I urge you to make a contact list. More than likely you will lose all contact information once, if you're lucky.

This piece of garbage takes 3 minutes to turn on, on a good day. The best thing to do would just do keep it on eternally, right? Wrong. The phone also can't hold a charge if the fate of Samsung as a company depended on it.

Worst of all, if the phone dies you can count yourself in for a painful experience of taking the battery out, letting it rest, trying to start the phone after it's fully charged, trying with the charger in, with it out. The whole power system is a mess.

The keyboard is adequate. I text fast. Other people text fast. This damn phone lags every time you type faster than 4 words a minute so you're constantly adding extra letters and misspelling because it doesn't appear on the damn screen.

If you have the luxury of internet connection (the phone hardly gets any service, no matter where I am) you will be stupefied by the length of time it takes to load the homepage. Don't bother searching anything either, because it will take as long as it does for the phone to turn on.

Whoever designed and programmed this phone should be fired. It obviously was never tested and it seems as though Samsung shit it into production from one of the many Chinese factories after about 24 hours of "Here's an idea for a phone" was said.
3 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Thursday December 6, 2012 by , Canada
I've had this phone for almost a year. Although there are a lot of negative reviews for this phone, I don't find it horrible, although it's definitely not the best phone. There are some annoying things: the speaker phone doesn't work, long messages send as pictures and it can only hold 80 texts with no SD card. Once, it randomly deleted all my info. However, as far as phones go, it seems to be pretty average. I like the touch screen and the keyboard. This phone would be a very good first phone; it's fairly easy to use. Things like internet, that cost extra money, aren't in annoying places where you always turn it on without noticing (like my previous phone). However, I do hate that you can't take videos, and it's hard to find a case for it without ordering online. All in all, though, this phone is alright. Like I said, it's good for beginners or people who don't use their phone much, but not so great for anyone else.