Reviews and Problems with Samsung C3350 / Xcover 2
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Sound quality 9
Battery performance 10
Build quality 10
Bhishma, Phone Arena
8 January 2012
Excerpt: Seriously i dont have it, but i wanted to post this review. I m totally mad for buyin this phone , its just rockin, i had Samsung xplorer b2121, also known as samsung marine, the 2 phones r just the same, but the diffrence is xcover is a upgraded version of marine.
Pros: Every thing it has, Solid, Extreme torch, Still clear mp3 sound, Everything of it for me.
Excerpt: Just got this phone because I have a tendency to kill all other phones with depressing frequency. Initial thoughts are that it is well made. The screen is a decent size for a candy bar type. the keys are very responsive and easy to type with.
Summary: The best site phone I have every had. I do a lot of work on construction sites and have lost a lot of phones (dropping, cement, water, etc.) but the Samsung C3350 is still with me after over 2 years. Decent solid phone which is easy to use with gloves on. Good sealed back for the battery.
Summary: I own an engineering company and my site engineers are forever breaking site mobiles so I opted to buy them all these and they've not managed to break one yet. They love the really long standby times and the fact they can drop it in mud/water and it just carries on working.
It has a light on it and the volume is easily adjusted. I do use the camera from time ...
28 August 2014
Summary: This is a tough phone. If you want a mobile that can take the knocks, work in the rain, snow and cold then this is the one. It has a light on it and the volume is easily adjusted. I do use the camera from time to time but its the toughness that impresses me.
Summary: It is big, like the one's I used to have 15 years ago but value it's robust waterproof case because I do a lot of mountain biking and water-sports. Great battery life but have a problem connecting Bluetooth in the car or anything else which is frustrating, sometimes it will but mostly it won't so...
Excerpt: The Xcover 2 upgrades the specs of its predecessor, and throws in some neat features, like a dedicated shutter key and an Aqua mode in the camera interface that lets you shoot underwater without special housing. Read more here:
Pros: Good manufacturing, Fit for outdoor use, Bright display, High contrast, Quick internal memory, Practical speaker,Rugged yet ergonomic waterproof handset, Good picture and video quality
Cons: Relatively heavy, Only 4 GB internal memory, Poor quality front camera, Outdoor screen visibility could be better, No ambient light sensor, No second mic for noise cancellation is a challenge outdoors. Poor battery life.