Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Fit / S5670
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13 September 2011
Conclusion: What we like about the Samsung GALAXY Fit is that it is comfortable to use and feels good in the hand. Besides that, it has every connectivity feature that a novice smartphone user would ever need.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S series of smartphones really took on the competition in the heavily competitive high end smartphone market. The Samsung Galaxy Fit, announced at the 2011 Mobile World Congress looks to do the same for the entry level market. Does it have what it takes?
Excerpt: The Galaxy Fit might sound like one of those rugged, fitness-first phones , but it's actually a low-end smartphone with an old version of the Android operating system, a low resolution screen and a middling processor.
Pros: Stylish look, good quality 5MP camera
Cons: Poor screen, slow processor, old version of Android
Excerpt: Small in size, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is well designed for smaller, childlike hands. The black and silver chassis design is a little old-fashioned, but it feels robust enough. The 3.3-inch screen is large enough to cater for web browsing and video viewing with reasonable ease in theory, but in...
Conclusion: Overall, we can’t identify a lot that makes us want to recommend the Samsung Galaxy Fit. Yet again we come back to the Orange San Francisco as the best handset at around this price we have seen.
Summary: The phone looks great, the curved screen adding a real sense of class and elegance. But the display itself is a big disappointment – and you're faced with that every time you use it Android is straightforward and this is nearly a vanilla implementation with few distractions from Samsung.
Pros: Great look and feel. Good price
Cons: Crummy display, slow processor, some dodgy details
Conclusion: Samsung Galaxy Fit to ciekawa konstrukcja, która jest jednak za droga w stosunku do swoich możliwości. Zamiast niej lepiej kupić Samsunga Galaxy Mini, Samsunga Galaxy i5500, Samsunga Galaxy Gio lub ZTE Blade II.