Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Fit / S5670
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Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 – Falls Just a Little Short of 'Fit'
26 February 2012
Excerpt: Samsung’s Galaxy series of Android devices are not only affordable but have been enjoying quite a bit if popularity amongst the lower budget smartphone segments. The last low budget Galaxy I reviewed was the Galaxy 3 and as much as I hated the design, the handset worked like a charm. One of the latest in the series is the Galaxy Fit or the S5670 and here’s a closer look to see if this one fared as well.
Summary: For a price of Rs 12,860 in the market, the Samsung Galaxy Fit does very well when it comes to the price vs. performance ratio. Latest version of Android preinstalled, solid build quality and a very good camera make this a good deal, if you are looking for a phone in that price bracket.
Pros: Solid build quality (except for battery cover), Camera takes excellent still images, Android 2.2 preinstalled
Cons: Colours look washed out on the display, Battery cover is plasticy
Summary: Fit for Style It is a touch screen phone with a design that is not new to Samsung devices. It has a smooth curved form factor that fits cosily in your hand. It’s a candy bar phone with a 3.3 inch TFT display. There is one hardware key below the screen and two touch keys for menu and back on either side. The left spine has the volume rocker and the microSD card slot while the right one has the power cum lock key .The battery cover is patterned for that extra grip.
Excerpt: Samsung’s latest addition to its Galaxy range is the £100 Android 2.2 Samsung Galaxy Fit. The phone's specification suits its budget price - it has a 600MHz processor, a small 160MB of onboard storage and a 3.3-inch 240 x 320-pixel display. At 110x61x12mm and weighing just 108g, it's a compact and lightweight handset. The phone feels well made and seems like a more high-quality proposition than HTC's significantly more expensive Wildfire S.
Conclusion: What’s impressive about the Samsung Galaxy Fit is that you get a full range of smartphone functionality in an affordable package. It is cheap, but you might find you prefer something like the INQ Cloud Touch or the Orange San Francisco, which both have distinct strengths over the Galaxy Fit and are also very affordable.
Pros: Affordable, camera works well, performs core functions well enough
Cons: Low resolution screen, screen reflections, battery life
Conclusion: Il Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 è uno smartphone compatto e moderno dotato di interessanti funzionalità e di un prezzo interessante. Modello UMTS con tecnologia HSDPA, assicura una veloce navigazione in Internet, e non manca neanche il Wi-fi . Non male neanche il reparto multimediale, in particolare la fotocamera, anche se manca il flash. Magari un po’ di memoria in più sarebbe stata molto gradita.
Pros: Design; UMTS con tecnologia HSDPA; Accesso facilitato ai social network
Conclusion: Este celular va dirigido más al sector joven tanto por su diseño como tamaño. Para los que aún estudian o ya trabajan, este equipo les ayudará a organizar mejor sus actividades y además los mantendrá bien conectados con sus conocidos.
Pros: Incluye el sistema operativo Android 2.2, uno de los más amigables con el usuario. Tienes acceso a la tienda de aplicaciones de Samsung. Tiene GPS.
Cons: Tiene muy poca capacidad de almacenamiento (apenas 160 MB). La resolución de la pantalla no es de alta calidad.