Summary: This cellphone worked two months. One day, I tried to turn it on but I couldn't. I changed the battery but it didn't work anymore. This cellphone stopped working forever. I threw $249.95 away!!. It was a very bad buy.
Excerpt: worst phone I ever had within the first two months of owning the phone would get extremely hot while trying to talk on it enough you would have to remove it from your ear that is if it didn't shut off on you right away and restart on you and then take forever to restart and not even get all the way on and restart again 3 or four times in a row and if it did stay on try to open an app without It taking almost 30 seconds to open then shut off and restart before you could...
Pros: looks good, good for texting, internet seem ok
Cons: would get etremely hot, kept shutting down on own and restarting, had to take battery out to reset all the time still had issues, did factory reset didnt solve anything, apps open extremly slow, list goes on and on
Summary: The cell phone they sent me had a lot of scratches on its back with several signs of use. Also it was a Verizon cell phone and just for CDMA network. I went to T-Mobile shop and nobody got to make it work. It wasn't inside its box and I didn't receive the earphones. Actually, the cell phone can be good, but not on this situation.
Summary: My problem is not so much with the phone itself, but with the seller. I originally placed an order for a new unlocked phone. The one I actually got was an open box locked device. It did not have shrink wrap and was covered in fingerprints. The manual included in the shipment looked home made and described an earlier version of Android. The company that sold me the phone was called "Breed". Its shipment came from North Las Vegas.
Summary: I am the owner of several Samsung devices, including a "smart" TV, laptop computer and NexusGBLK mobile phone. Recently,and for the first time ever, I had to call upon Samsung to repair a product - the mobile phone which was still under the warranty. Two months after the phone was handed in for repairs and after endless chasing the non-responsive customer service centre, the message came back that the phone was, as per the decision of the Samsung Technicians, "liquid"...
Summary: I bought this phone less than a week ago for my wife as a present to 8-th of March. Package delivered on time, everything was new. So it's fine. But wife doesn't really like it. She tried it for few days and wanted to return it back. So I tried to return it, but was really surprised when I got email with comment "IMPORTANT: A restocking fee will apply as outlined in our return policy.