Reviews and Problems with Samsung S3350 / S3353 / Ch@t 335 / Ch@t 355 /
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limited but useful
Charles Palmer, Amazon
27 August 2013
Summary: This is a nice phone for basics (calling, music, texts, email) but lacks the sophistication to make it an all around gadget. Only 2G and limited support for upgrading the firmware. I was hoping to stream music on the wifi but the Java apps are limited and glitchy. Not sorry I bought the phone, just was expecting a great deal. Got what I paid for.
Summary: nice and simple to use but the features arent really hi-tech though but it works fine, however i do not recomend this phone for those who love to browse the internet its slow and not so convenient....
Summary: It's not what I expected. The features and apps ( the little I could understand) was not impressive. This was worsened by the fact that many of these on the phone that I purchased was not in English. Buyers be aware!
Excerpt: Key board is not ok, when pressing one key, around that keys wobble. Camera is not crispier. Video is also nam - ke - vastha. But users say activities related to the internet are no so bad. like nokia, screen guard is not built-in. we have to buy substandard guards for the mobile screen, from markets.
Summary: I cannot comment 100% on this item because it is for a christmas present. I just hope if there ARE any issues, the seller will be keen to help me. Fingers crossed there won't be! Happy Christmas!
Summary: Brought this phone mainly for texting, had it a few days now and already thinking of buying another phone, probably a Blackberry. The keys are just too small. The tip of my not too large adult male thumb covers 4 keys, my fingers 3 keys and texting means checking every letter i type carefully. The keys are pretty flat also, they don't protrude as much as the keys on a Blackberry or Rio.
Summary: Pros: This was the cheapest, decent, sim-free phone I could find with wifi giving me the option to choose my own access point. It is nice and small and despite the very small keys it really is ok to type. Cons: I am using my t-mobile pay-as-you-go sim card. The settings for picture messaging and internet access have to be entered manually with help from t-mobile technical support. This took a bit of time and a few phonecalls to get things set up correctly.