Reviews and Problems with Samsung i5800 / I5801 / Galaxy 3 / Galaxy Apollo / Galaxy Naos / Galaxy Teos
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Serves only to drive you crazy
2 April 2013
Summary: I have had this phone for about a good month or so now, so far. I believe Samsung has far under-done themselves and I am thoroughly unenthused towards this product. It's slow. It crashes when used too far. It also turns itself off and resets itself when it sees fit. If you are looking to get this for someone you hate, then by all means, buy this product.
Summary: This is the worst phone I have ever used. It only has a 6MHz processer, this is the worst speed you can get. I would not recommend this phone, for the same price you could get a much better device.
Samsung GT i5800 Galaxy Apollo: You Get What You Pay For... Which Isn't A Lot.
21 May 2012
Summary: A lot of people mention that this phone is great value for money. And at around £100, I guess it is an OK price. However, I have had this phone for about 1 year now, and after the honeymoon period, it has done nothing but give me trouble. Size Probably one of the best things about the phone is its size. It's not too big, and not too small (113.5 x 55 x 12.6mm), with the right weight in your hand (113g).
Cons: Doesn't have a lot of memory, slow processor and may not even work because it lags too much
Summary: The phone was a blessing when the LG I had was stolen. The touch screen is far better than the LG and quicker to respond. The Android operating system is more up to date and cleaner to use. The phone part is OK but other niggles crop up. I've had the phone about 8 months and the battery won't keep a charge for more than a few hours. If I get rid of most of the apps and kill Wi Fi, Bluetooth and GPS it may last half a day on standby.
Pros: Good screen in lower light levels. Battery easy to get out, just drop the phone
Cons: Battery life is dismal. The gps is so slow to boot up and is slow to respond, it makes the feature pointless.Lots of others.
Summary: Used to be happy with the phone, i put up with its rather slow processor which for me was not the end of the world, though it would be nice that the phone did not freeze quite as often as it does. The worst thing about this phone for me is that it advertises it can accept an 32gb external SD memory card and I have found this not to be so. very disappointing!!
Summary: Hello people! (: I got this phone in October 2010 & recently changed it for the new iPhone. When i first got this phone, it was really good, one of the best that existed (around where i live) & it was really powerful! Know, let me say (i have kept it), it has worn out, the quality seems pathetic when i compare it to any other friends phone, or to my iPhone! So in 2010, it could run nearly all the apps of the android market without lagging, it was a great phone.
Summary: This phone is amazing in the first three months then it starts to lag. 4 and a half months in the signal gets low. 6 months on it randomly switchs itself off and the music, video player stops working. Conclusion... if you are a heavy phone user don't get this it just keeps on failing on you. Oh yeah and the battery life is horrible it only lasts 9 hours on heavy usage e.g. gaming Internet browsing even advanced task killer paid version wouldn't make it better.