Reviews and Problems with Samsung i8350 / I677 / Focus Flash / Omnia W
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Diane LaPorte, 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. I'm not big on smaller phone, as I have a tendency to lose them often. The biggest drawback was the microphone on the phone is really bad. I had to get a headphone set just so people could hear me.
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! I was a bit surprised to find out that there are not that many apps available for Windows Phones as there are for Android, which I'd used previously. It's not a deal killer, but a bit disappointing.
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. the front camera, it is prefect for videocalls. 4. the clock, because I was traveling and It was changing according with the time zone. 5. the internal memory. 6.
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. i'm going to add a data plan next month to see if i can start exchanging pics again.
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. Pros -Small, light weight -High screen resolution -Intuitive GUI -Universal micro usb for charging Cons - The power button/screen lock on opposite side of vol.
Summary: Excellent little phone, fantastic OS, and sleek-looking. Battery life isn't the best on the market, and it doesn't have a massive screen, but for the price, this is one of the best phones out there.
Summary: Update, 11 December 2012: The battery in this phone rocks! I had to make an important call while out, and saw as I placed the call the message that the phone's battery was "critically low." I prayed that it would not cut out during the call, which took several minutes as the service representative I was talking to had to look things up and at one point had to have a conversation with his supervisor.
Summary: I recently sold my samsung focus and bought this one. At first I didn't quite enjoyed the smaller screen size but after a couple of days I realized that is the right size for me. Goes well in the pocket and its ease to have in the hand. The 1.4 Ghz processor is well noted in games like PES 2012 or even when seeing my XBL avatar on the game hub. Front facing camera goes well with skype or tango. I'm really hoping that this device will get apollo in a few months.