Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mini / Galaxy Pop Plus / T-Mobile Move / S5570
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Item not as described!!
Debbie Curtis, Amazon
20 April 2015
Summary: Purchased this phone which advertised compatible with any service provider. However when attempted to activate Verizon said not compatible. This was a gift to someone and due to delay in receiving it back, I probably wont be able to return it.
Excerpt: this phone is one of the worst phones i have ever had, it is so slow to open anything and has so many glitches, not even close to worth getting, ive had a noki brick that was better than this, iphones seem to run and handle everything so much smoother and quicker.
Summary: I have a Samsung Galaxy III and read all about the mini. I expected the same phone, smaller screen and not as much memory. I got a POS. Do not waste your money. I used it 1 week, 6 days and have repackaged it up.....I cant even give it away!
Summary: This is the phone that makes me thing a thousand time before I buy a phone not meant to use in the US. Buyers out there be aware that those phone are NO GOOD. I bought three (3) of them, two from this seller, they're all bad phones. When I say BAD, the're bad in every step of the way.
Summary: The seller was great, shipping was extra fast, and the refund was prompt. I would have just gotten a exchange if they has the phone I wanted. BUT.... This "phone" had a Faulty 3.5 headset jack and went back.
Summary: I can't review the product yet, because I cannot yet use it! it arrived with the language set to German (I think) and I can't figure out how to change it to English. The instruction manual is also not in English.
Summary: When I purchased this item, I wrongly believed that it would be compatible for use in the United States. Despite the somewhat cryptic product specifications, it appeared that it would work well with my current provider, T-Mobile, which operates "a 1900 MHz GSM PCS digital cellular network and a 1700...
Czech Republic SmartPhone is NOT 'International SmartPhone', beware!!
8 December 2011
Summary: Phone was in Czech language. It had installed an 'O2 Czech Republic' carrier ROM, instead of a carrier-free "International" ROM. Even though the description said "international", it was in Czech and with Czech applications installed that were part of the 'O2 Czech' ROM (couldn't be uninstalled).