Reviews and Problems with Samsung Ch@t 335 / S3350 / S3353
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31 October 2013
Excerpt: I use it heavily every day, the battery lasts for ages and I personally love the feel of it. Some features are a bit annoying like the internet but for a nice cheapish phone it is the one to buy. I use it a lot for texting my friends and things like that and checking my emails and it works amazingly. I have small fingers so the small keys aren't a problem and the qwerty key board is a very nice thing to have.
Summary: Not a smartphone but very good for what I need (voice/texting) Great voice capability (ATT/GSM network)- texting capability is better than my previous phone - two issues - Phone had 'predictive texting' implemented and I cannot find any info on how to remove that annoying capability - Phone came with a very generic, abbreviated user manual - to fully utilize the phone I recommend downloading the original user manual (several sources available)
Summary: Bought it for my daughter to use in Canada on the Telus network for texting only, but it doesn't work on there network, so we switched to Rogers. The charger is only for european plugins. It does come with a North American plug adaptor, but if you plug it in all the way it dosn't work, so you have to fiddle to get it just right. Can't find any screen protectors or cases for it yet. Overall she likes the phone.
Summary: This is a great phone with all the features I want plus some. The setup was a snap, in few minutes. Basically insert SIM card and go. The only problem I had was to resister the warranty with Samsung. When it asked for serial number it did not reconize it as valid, however with the cost of the phone and all features I am not too worried if it goes out in the future.
This Samsung is filled with simplicity and reliability
10 November 2011
Summary: For the immediate future, I needed a simple phone with WIFI, camera, media player, radio, long battery life and reliability; the Samsung Ch@t S-3350 qualified immediately. It has only 12 main sections in the menu; they divide into submenus accordingly. They are easy to access and use. Some require some search. The WIFI ,strangely to me , was tucked away as the 9th option inside the APPS folder way down the list.
Summary: So far so good.. Love the sleek blackberry like look of the phone.. Great sound quality, love the built in FM radio which allows you to record songs that you can use as your ringtones (awesome!). I love that it looks great, its light weight and is very easy to use. The only slight complain I have is that the qwerty keyboard has pretty small keys.