Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Fit / S5670
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Not Fully Compatible with T-Mobile!
2 December 2011
Summary: I like this phone because of its size. It may not be the most powerful phone out there, because it has a 600 MHz processor, it feels more like 800 MHz. It charges very fast, but the battery is very bad, only 1350 mAh. The screen is also pretty grainy, but you'll get used to it. The screen resolution is 240x320. I do like the design of the phone, especially curved screen. Another problem is you have to buy a microSD card for this phone.
Excerpt: If you are planning to buy this phone you might wanna think again. If i were you i would get Samung Galaxy ace rather than this one. because : 1.) the camera of ace has Flash and this one doesn't have one. 2.) gaming experience of ace is better than this one. believe because this lags and ace dont. 3.) phone hangs! 4.) ace looks better than this crap. 5.) the back cover of this one is hard to remove i swear you will be frustrated just by trying to remove it. 6.
Summary: I use this phone for work and it does the job fairly well. I can receive my emails on the go which is handy. I'm not keen on the screen resolution. The phone was a reasonable price and arrived in good time, well packaged.
Conclusion: samsung galaxy fit has a very slow processor of only 600 Mhz which is nothing now a days. even a 5k mobile has 1 Ghz of processor so the phone is out of the line now. the phone has 3.2 inch screen which looks good and the resolution of the dispaly is also good. the phone features a very clear camera which captures bright and clear images all the time. the video recorded by the camera is also of good quality. the sound quality while calling is good enough.
Conclusion: it rules in it's era but now it is an old phone with an old version of android operating system which is very slow. it has a slow processor with less ram. the screen is of good quality and comes with a good resolution and size. it is not worth the value right now.