Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mini / Galaxy Pop Plus / T-Mobile Move / S5570
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Samsung Galaxy Mini Review: In Depth
10 February 2012
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Mini is an average phone with an ok camera and questionable call quality. When you consider that you can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Ace (a better phone) on similarly priced contracts it’s difficult to recommend.
Conclusion: The screen may be bad quality, the processor may be barely able to power the phone and it may be running a software version from last year, but all of this comes together into one of the best entry level handsets I have ever used.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Mini is the cheapest one and sports the lowest specs you can find in an Android smartphone. It has a 3.2 inch display, 600 MHz processor and a 3 MP camera. It comes with Android 2.2 Froyo and is one of the best budget Android smartphone options in 2011.
Pros: Very affordable, Stutter-free navigation in the menus
Cons: Low-res screen makes it difficult to read text, Below average fixed-focus camera, terrible camcorder, Adobe Flash is a no-go
Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 Review: Right on the mini
16 March 2011
Conclusion: So, did the Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 give its best? It most certainly did but it would be no surprise if you failed to notice. You see, we can go on and on about value for money and delivering results within budget. But that won’t be telling the whole story about a phone like the Galaxy Mini.
Cons: Low screen resolution limits choice of apps, Fixed focus camera, No secondary video-call camera, No flash, no dedicated camera key, Poor video recording QVGA @ 15fps
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Mini is a recently launched Android phone which is a bit on the small side. While being a budget phone means that plenty of features are left out or they’re not as good as they could be, the S5570 offers a good experience, especially if you’re a beginner with Android, that wants...
Summary: The screen may be bad quality, the processor may be barely able to power the phone and it may be running a software version from last year, but all of this comes together into one of the best entry level handsets I have ever used.