Reviews and Problems with Samsung I800 / Ativ S Neo
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Value for money 8
Good Phone; BT sux
11 January 2014
Summary: this is a good little phone. Good design, size, styling all that jazz good. I get about 1.5 maybe 2 days on a single charge depending of course on usage. As far as the OS, I had a head start with 2 pc with Win 8 & 8.1 which was in truth one of the factors in getting this phone. The only CON I have on this phone is ..... Bluetooth. I call it wonder Bluetooth, I wonder if its going to work or not. Not sure if it is a Windows issue or Samsung issue.
Pros: Inexpensive, Realistic color, Lightweight, good battery life
Summary: I had an S III since it came out but wanted to move from Android to a Windows phone again. I loved the S3 except it was Android and I felt that this would be a great option. My wife still has an S3 and we wanted replace it also for a WP. The Ativ S Neo is a great phone. So far it has been very stable, great speed, good performance, and nice memory along with Micro SD options. Unfortunately I have several issues: First there is what I consider a volume issue.
Summary: I really enjoy the Ativ S Neo it has some pleasant features that I wasn't expecting like it reads my texts to me. I still haven't discovered all it can do but so far so good. The only disappointment I can think of is it's too small. I want a combination device, phone + tablet in 10 inch size please.
Summary: A great phone that doesn't cost more for the amount of memory you want in it. You can replace the battery if you need to on the ATIV without sending it away for service. You can even install a 8G to 64G micro SD card on top of the 16G internal memory. Didn't want to go with an roid either because of boogles loose privacy policies and security where anyone can develope an app to surreptitiously compromise your privacy and personal data.
Summary: This is a nice phone...solidly built, classy design, large screen, responsive, and capable. With the expandable micro SD slot, one is sure to have enough space for most anything. With a wide range of custom Samsung apps such as Ativ-Beam and App Folders, this phone stands apart from other Sprint Windows Phone offerings.
Summary: My Review! Design: The Samsung Ativ S Neo looks and feels great. It has more of a business style look and appeal. The physical home button and capacitive buttons has a great feel and response. Display: The 4.8 inch LCD display is great. Looking at the screen in sunlight is no problem. Everyone will be able to watch videos on the HD (720 x 1280) display. Interface: Windows phone 8 is a great improvement over Windows phone 7. The OS is fast and fluent.
Pros: Built-in speakers, Bright display, Inexpensive, Durable, Realistic color, Lightweight, skydrive, microsoft office, kids corner, powerful, fast, here drive gps navigations, great camera, greatvideo, big screen, expandable
Summary: This phone looks and feels great. It's light but durable, and the screen is bright and clear. The Windows Phone 8 OS flies on this hardware. Everything I do is lightning quick and I can customize whatever I want on my live tiles screen. Added bonus is that it has a removable battery and SD card slot, which is something every phone should have these days. So far, the battery life is really good for a smart phone - it lasted me around 2 days with moderate web use.
Pros: Bright display, Realistic color, Lightweight, super fast os, removable battery, sd card slot