Summary: First of all the touch key pad bottoms are tiny, which is not the main problem but I have to keep pressing several times on some of the screen icons in order to open, I'm really not happy with it.
Summary: After my phone got stolen when I was traveling and I didn't have the opportunity to replace it with a decent phone, I quickly bought this one as a bridge phone, a short term replacement. And this is the only purpose I would recommend this phone for. It is clearly underspeced and I find it a pain to use. Let's see why. Touch screen: The responsiveness is very laggy. Sometimes I try to unlock it and it just won't work.
Excerpt: I got hold of this phone very cheaply from Virgin while waiting for my new iphone to be delivered. I figured 'well it's not cost me a lot so it's better than nothing.....'. Well nothing can prepare you for quite how slow this thing is, you might as well use a pidgeon! Samsung take note of what Nokia have done, the Lumia 520 is how a cheap smart phone should be.....
Pros: Cheap, Average battery life
Cons: Screen size, Processor speed, Screen resolution, text input, anything requiring you to turn it on
Summary: Too small for my fingers and eye sight. Texting or Googling is a laborious process.Battery life is short - 2 or 3 days maybe. Loudspeaker volume and ring tones not laud enough. Remember. you'll need a micro SIM chip - just ask your service provider.Unable to return this product, except if faulty - I wonder why.
Summary: This is quite a nice phone but the battery life is useless, 100% charge down to 50% in less than six hours, that is when the phone is in my pocket, goodness knows what happens when you actually use it? If you have big fingers this will be a challenging phone for texting and dialling numbers that aren't stored. All in all, buy a better more expensive phone, this isn't up to it.
Summary: Supposed to come with sim card but didnt, was told its ok as long as you buy a top up use your old sim, normal sim cards dont fit, micros dont fit?? I had to take sim card to market to he cut I have a galaxy s3, this was for my son and yet its harder to use, wouldnt recommend :'(
Summary: When you make a phone call the screen locks every 5 seconds roughly and you have to keep unlocking while entering the numbers eg when topping up or selecting options. i googled it and many people have this problem. Screen is so small that when keyboard is on, its so easy to mistype, which is worse when the screen keeps locking. the lock is nothing to do with the time-out security lock which i adjusted to 5 minutes but still no hope. returning the product .
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Neo is basically a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Y. I had that phone for a year then got given this as a free upgrade. It has a better processor, some extra internal memory (but not the 4 gig advertised, just 2 gig spare after all the pre-loaded stuff is included) and slightly better screen resolution. It is a budget "smart" phone with serious limitations. The most significant is that the screen is just three inches.
Summary: the samsung neo is a very poor smartphone.i had to take it back it was that bad.firstly very slow processor/poor signal/very small keypad not helped by the phone being so small.very slow loading apps and average battery life.there are some good points very good voice call quality and mp3 player and some very good features but with the processor being slow it doesnt help.also be carefull when i bought the phone it did state internal memory is 4gb it is not its 2gb.my...