Reviews and Problems with Samsung E2370 / Megacell / Xcover
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Value for money 10
A great phone once you understand it!
23 December 2012
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: 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.
Summary: I used to have a nice touch-screen phone - great if you sit in an office all day. I don't, I do spend a lot of time in an office, but I also spend a lot of time outside exposed to the elements and I need to use my phone out there. My touch-screen was useless, but this is great. Simple to use, all the functions I need without a load of useless stuff taking up space. Love it. And the price was great too. I recommend this to anybody who works outside.
Summary: THIS is bluetooth enabled so you can use it hands free. However it needs to shake hands everytime you restart the engine. THere is a very useful LED torch and it has a camera. I think it is more user friendly than a sonin clone and it is easier to use.It certainly is cheaper as in lower cost and I think it tougher. This phone goes everywhere with me which is more than could be said for my previous mobiles.
Fab phone if you want rugged cheap and simple. Otherwise, a bit boring.
C. N. Russell "cliff1814", Amazon
4 August 2011
Summary: This is a great phone. I purchased it for my wife who's hectic lifestyle means she forgets to charge her phone, drops them on playgrounds, dunks them in swimming pools and she doesn't like complicated stuff. I would try to call and her old phone was always flat... and when my message was "Pick me up at the station, the last bus has gone and there are no taxis and it is raining" ... I thought it was really important to get that message across.
Summary: I am a 54 year old mechanical engineer and have had I think 3 mobile phones over the last 16 years or so all supplied by my company and the batteries usualy fail but one fell into a cup of tea although it still worked the screen went funny. for years I have thought why dont they make a big phone with a huge battery and big screen and buttons as when you get over 50 your eyes need more light as the young designers of electronic equipment will find out when they get older.