Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy 3 / Galaxy Apollo / Galaxy Naos / Galaxy Teos / i5800 / I5801
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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.
Excerpt: This phone is so annoying. It freezes all the time, it tries to update things constantly which freezes everything up and prevents me from doing anything. Text messaging always freezes and shuts down. It's forever prompting me to login to Google and do other stupid things. I hate it
Excerpt: The phone itself performs okay but the buttons on the sides and the software buttons on the top make it almost impossible to handle the phone without pressing something inadvertently or turning the phone on in your pocket. Poor design.
Excerpt: TOO MANY PROBLEMS. So disappointed with this phone... now the phone constantly flickers....a bright yellow haze goes over the entire screen ...never had this problem with any other phone and I am stuck till I can upgrade to a newer version. Too expensive to repair.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for about 6 weeks or so. Since day one I have had issues with it constantly crashing or freezing up. I brought it back just before my 2 week trial period was up and was told it was likely the Sim card so the provider replaced the Sim Card while this fixed the dropping of EVERY...
Excerpt: 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.
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.
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.
A great phone about a year ago, but it is worth it's value nowadays!
23 December 2011
Excerpt: 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!
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.
Summary: I bought this phone because I'm a cheapskate. On my tariff, the galaxy S was going to cost £ but the Apollo was only . I use my phone only for calls, texting and social networking. I don't run many apps and don't watch videos etc so I thought getting a cheaper, simpler phone would be sensible.