Reviews and Problems with Samsung E2370 / Megacell / Xcover
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Value for money 8
good for those money, its not rough phone, completely not resistant to scratches, I had to use it about 1.5 year but it looks like been used 5 yrs.
3 weeks ago
Summary: not scratch resistant, all the phone, not only screen. the back panel is always opens itself (the screw on the back always turns to open by just having phone in pocket), so if it fell on the ground it is 50% possibility that the back panel and battery fell apart. once I used to listen music in the shower, not on the directly water spray, just in the corner, the microphone stopped working correctly, now I use the hands-free equipment to have a call.
Finally a phone designed for me! Its rugged, tough and easy to use
6 June 2013
Summary: I am a landscape gardener and have ruined many a phone. This one is brilliant. I love the weight of it as I am always aware its on me. Have dropped it, got it wet and muddy and it is still like new. The screen still has no scratches on it even after lots of abuse and the features although not simple are logical and you don't need to be a rocket scientist to understand them. So many things I could say about how good a phone it is (even has a built in torch...so useful!
Summary: I have used the Samsung Solid Extreme for the last 2-3 years and have had no problems with it, so when Vodafone phoned to advise that I could upgrade my mobile, and they recommended this as a replacement, I went for it in the hope that this C3350 would also last as long. The new phone arrived yesterday, Monday, and I swapped over the SIM card and noted the new phone battery was almost at full charge (which makes a nice change!).
Summary: Having owned this nearly 8 months now has been working fine although the speaker quality while in a call is dreadful , and to send or receive photos , you have to turn the phone off and on again to jolt it, now the other problem is that it thinks it is connected either to the wall charger or the usb on the pc even when its not , and says its charging all the time, then if you turn it off with battery fully charged , it will not turn on again unless you connect it to the...
Summary: even with the latest kies it does not support any firmware update leaving you with less than basic menu you cant even speed dial very basic just a little improvement would help make this a more use able phone .
Summary: I am a keen walker and have often thought it would be nice to have a phone that could cope with a bit of knocking about. I also loathe touch-screens. The Solid Xcover is not a smartphone and is not the device to go web surfing on, other than for a bit of emergency googling, but it delivers email access and all the basics with a fabulous battery life.
Summary: When I first got the phone I was excited because I wanted something rugged, chunky, hardwearing, retro looking but with all the features, lots of memory, internet ready, decent camera. The phone came with a 16gb sd card, but there's nowhere to put it? I can't send images attached to text messages as it says I don't have enough memory, but a 8gb sd card is sitting inside it?
Summary: I'm a gardener and this phone is fantastic. I was constantly worried about my phone being broken, knocked, getting muddy etc before, but now I can trust this samsung to stay undamaged. A little heavy, but then I think that is a good thing .. you know its in your pocket. Some features aren't ideal, such as the send button when texting is easy to press when perhaps you're not ready. But other then that v,pleased.
Summary: Excellent, rugged phone suitable for elderly like myself as the screen is easily read and the keys are large enough to use. Like most phones these days the user guide is limited in information as to how to use the built in technology . Why cant we have an accessable "How to do it guide" for those that dont understand GPRS settings, URL's etc.