Samsung Star Player 2 is the first mobile escaped from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the first so to make its debut on the French market. The S5620 (for the exact reference) has it all and is mid-way through a basic telephone terminal and smartphones sophisticated.
With its smooth lines that match the shape of the hand, the initial contact with the S5620 is pretty good. The camera is very light, and its capacitive screen (like the iPhone) is responding well.
A volume control (one button + and -) on the left spine, three buttons below the screen and then two more right to lock the movable or trigger the camera, that's how the orders are placed outside of those the touch screen. The button on the camera and minicaméscope is also so well placed that you tend to press them unintentionally at first.
Once it was realized that the middle button is used to back up in menus and directories, the TouchWiz interface 2.5 is a childish handling. In reality, this interface is twofold since it is part of a three offices with separate screens on which the user will have its widgets (now displayed at the bottom of the screen and not on the side as before) and secondly, a more traditional set of menus across three pages.