Reviews and Problems with Samsung U380 / Brightside
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C. Vardo, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I got this phone through Verizon for $199.99 and it is not worth $40. The speaker cuts out or I loose contact becaus either the caller or me can't hear each other. The buttons on the side are very touchy.
Summary: This phone started out pretty good for the most part. It's a good in-between phone if you're not looking to "upgrade" to a smartphone. I'm really partial to the physical keyboards, so I bought this phone in February to replace my Samsung Intensity II that was no longer working after several years.
Summary: This was a good phone as long as it lasted. I wish it had had a longer lifespan. There is never a guarantee as to how long it will last, and it was good for several months. It was a decent price so I feel I received my money's worth. I enjoyed the phone for as long as I used it.
Summary: constantly pocket dials people, does not always send / receive text messages, the speaker is a freakin potato, very bad video quality, horrible audio, equally bad headphone jack, the keyboard slide has a stopper in it that easily breaks and causes the screen to sag. DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE.
Pros: Inexpensive, Lightweight
Cons: Poor quality, Not high def, Did not meet expectations, terrible audio, bad video, pocket dialing, too small, keyboard slide breaks easily
Summary: I am sure the phone worked fine, but the slider part would not stay in the up position and it had small chips around on the outside of the front slide. I returned it because I did not know how long it would last or the slider front would stay up. If it stay up it would be hard to tex
Works great. I got this one as a replacement for ...
Lynn H, Amazon
5 May 2015
Summary: Works great. I got this one as a replacement for one I had which broke. I don't need all the extras, just want a phone that works, like the touch screen and flip out and like the size and weight. Update. Didn't last long. Ordered another from a different vender- this time a "new" phone.