Summary: This "smart" phone does nothing without Internet. All that my wife wanted was a phone that would keep her calendar and events. I decided to buy her something a little better and purchase an Android. She cannot store calendar events on this phone because it requires Internet.
Summary: I have to say that this is the worst phone I've ever had. First off the touch screen is not calibrated at all and there's no way to calibrate it either. When I touched the call logo it went to the menu and when I touched the menu it went to contacts and so on.
Summary: Rubbish little phone. Cheap but not very cheerful as you'll be appalled by the painfully slow processor, which makes it impossible to enjoy games and many apps, the battery life, which doesn't even last a day and the small screen which not only makes typing a miserable experience but is also the...
Pros: Cheap/affordable, decent Android features.
Cons: Exceptionally slow, small screen, poor screen design, terrible battery life.
Disappointing - Used for 10 days and then bought a different phone
R. Coates, Amazon
23 May 2012
Summary: This was my first Samsung phone but not my first touch screen. I am on contract with 3 and this phone came with a very good deal, I could hardly say no (although wish I had!) I was extremely excited for its arrival but was soon let down. The battery life is DIABOLICAL!
Are you seriously considering this phone? Seriously? (Update)
J. M. Weston "Devil of Fuel", Amazon
6 March 2012
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Europa, otherwise known for me as the back up to my HTC HD2. That should already ring alarm bells to everyone, the HD2 is shockingly poor anyway. However, this is a review about the Galaxy, so I won't dwell on how it's a back up.
Summary: I own one of these phones and can confirm it's the worst phone that both friends & myself have used. First of all I will list all the faults. 1 It has a habit of corupting the sd micro cards ,so that you loose all pictures & music.