Reviews and Problems with Samsung C3300 / Champ / Libre
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10 September 2014
Excerpt: I recently bought a Samsung Champ (GT-C3303K) for the following reasons: because it is the cheapest full touch phone in the market today (current market price is between Php4500-Php5000), because it is so small and super lightweight you can place it in your pocket and even forget that it’s …
Excerpt: i've had it now for 4 years, it is pretty bad. the screen is resensitive and it has a slow memory card read. it barely works with making phone calls. not good at all for it's time. and you need to buy the ga,es on it for 5£ each and i did that and they are all crap!
Cons: bad to make phone calls with, bad games, bad internet connection, takes long time to update songs
Summary: Got this phone to upgrade a 2 year old Sony Erickson 810 model from ATT. Didn't want to shell out the dollars for a plan increase (texting, internet etc) with ATT free phones beyond the basic models. Device worked easily once the ATT sim card was plugged in and the battery charged.
Summary: I believe in researching a product before purchase to increase my chance of satisfaction after the sale. Therefore, I went to Samsung's website to download a user manual. Next, I studied the entire document to avoid surprises. The Champ had all the features we required.