Reviews and Problems with Samsung i8350 / I677 / Focus Flash / Omnia W
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Amazon Customer, Amazon
5 May 2014
Summary: I bought this phone for my 85 year old father. He doesn't quite understand it, but it was easier for him to understand than a android phone. We used this phone as an ATT Go-Phone. No problems there.
Summary: So I went from the Galaxy Note 2, to this phone. My Note shattered when I dropped it, and I needed something fast and wanted to give Windows a shot without coughing up too much money. This phone was actually faster than my Note 2. It had a more smoother flow too it.
Summary: The phone arrived in good working order, and was clean and not damaged; as described. I use my phone to check emails occasionally, to call, and sometimes browse the web. This phone does all of those things well!
Summary: I bought this cellphone because I had an emergency, I broke my ex cellphone and I needed one cheap and with a lot of things, and definitely this cellphone is one of those. Good things: 1. the size and the weight. 2. I wasn't sure about windows phone but I liked it, it has really cool things. 3.
Summary: Good smartphone for the price. This is a Windows phone. Many apps are available from Marketplace. i'm just having trouble with my pictures. Can't send or receive them to and from another cell. I think i might need a data plan to send and receive pics.
Summary: This was a perfect Christmas present. I bought together with the case hard shield cover and screen protectors. It was a new surprise, because he had been looking for this model. It was bit small in his big hands, but he didn't after a while.
Summary: Not the fastest smartphone out there but fast enough. Had it for one year, no failures, battery lasts for a day under heavy use. Cons: Windows Phone 7.8 doesn't have much support from developers, basic apps like whatsapp are poorly written and have problems.
The device is pleasent, despite i was kinda low budget.
27 February 2013
Summary: Hi, there, "abroaders". The real case was that my fellow wanna one to buy it, he had asked me to help him with ebay and to select the concrete model. Some phone from a range of either android, either winphone platform and the budget about 300$ max.
Summary: I needed a very user friendly smartphone for my wife, and Android was not it. When the unit first arrived. I had problems with it connecting to the 4G data. The cellphone was running an older version of Windows. Once I upgraded the software, all of the headaches cleared.