Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mini / Galaxy Pop Plus / T-Mobile Move / S5570
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Review Of Samsung Galaxy Pop/Mini...
Vishal Kohli, Zopper
22 October 2012
Conclusion: well i've bee using this phone for almost an year.no complains regarding product quality or service centres.following are its PROS and CONS..... >>>>>>>>>>>>>> PROS <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 1.good build quality 2.Brand support [unlike those cheap brands like micromax or other chinese made handsets] 3.good camera quality 4.quality accessories especially the earphones....
Conclusion: The cell is very easy to use. The design of the cell is like a professional. Easy to navigate. There is a little issue related to battery that whenever the net is used the battery extends for only 8 hours ... o/w 24 hours . its screen size is also be perfect in pocket and hand or any stand etc.
Conclusion: The product that currently holds the spot of "the favorite one" is my Android mobile Samsung Galaxy Pop S5570. A lot has been said and written about android phones and its underlying technology but I must say, a first hand experience of the product makes us learn a lot and also work with it to learn the nuances and the advantages associated with it. Android has definitely revolutionalized the mobile technology and has taken it to a whole new level.
Summary: I had my phone for such a short time that in truth I can't give a 'should I but?'altering review BUT my experience... This was my first smart phone and I instantly liked it and was won over by smartphones on the basis of this first experience. The phone looks great, it's a decent size and I was rather happy with the size of the screen.
Summary: This is the worst phone I have ever owned. Dreadful. The touch screen locks during calls. It's difficult to end calls, The buttons on the side are too easy to accidentally press during calls - for example I have caught the buttons and reduced the ring volume to zero and missed important calls. The swype text input method is absolutely dreadful - once you have activated it you try deactivating it - it's a nightmare trying to find the right controls.
Pros: Screen size is fair.
Cons: Far too easy to accidentally press the volume control and off buttons when making calls. Screen locks up during calls. Batterly life is abysmal.
Excellent little phone for those needing connectivity and functionality
15 July 2012
Summary: I was looking for a compact Android phone for connectivity on the move (phone calls, text, email and basic web for things like weather and travel info), available sim-free at a reasonable price. First try was the Motorola Defy Mini, but wifi didn't seem to work properly on that so I sent it back.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Mini is a cute little phone, entry level smart phone. But if you tend to use your phone a lot, then make sure you don't leave a battery charger far away. Battery life is shockingly poor, with WiFi on and average usage you will be lucky if it lasts from morning till evening. Not impressed with browser speed and screen resolution of only 240 x 320 pixels, not enough for any serious viewing. But overall it is a nice phone.
Summary: Only just received it, so an early review. I am brand new to smart phones so had nothing to compare it with. I searched high and low for what I considered MY ideal phone and came up with this. Being a bit more PC literate than phone I am well aware that everyone has their different favourites and no-one will agree with every choice. So far this suites me. Quick list of immediate pros and cons. Most of them already well known for smart phones in general.