poor ringer volume on Samsung Pocket Neo a German phone
PSU grad, Amazon
17 September 2013
Summary: Regarding the Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo S5310 the following has been my experience: If you are using this as a telephone (which it seems few people do with "smart" phones) it has a barely audible ring volume. This despite using the setting for the maximum volume. It is even lower volume when the phone is asleep or in your pocket. I have missed most calls placed to me with this phone. I have not had this problem with other phones.
Doesn't work (does but is quirky), but I didn't check before I left the country
L. Carter, Amazon
17 September 2013
Summary: Mea culpa. I bought this phone to have an inexpensive GPS in Central America for a month. I did not buy a SIM and minutes to test the phone before leaving the USA, and discovered while out of the country that I was unable to actually answer the phone. It would buzz when I pressed the icon to answer, but not pick up. For the whole month, I would have to just call everybody right back.
Summary: The Galaxy pocket screen is a bit small for the touchscreen and can be quite difficult to press the correct keys, apart from that its a good compact all round phone for the money and im reasonably happy with it
It works, if you need a phone for life, not live for your phone
jack of all trades, Amazon
4 December 2013
Summary: If you want a smart phone that works, sends and receives e-mails, mms, sms and phone calls. It has some good apps as well and even with my big fingers I still find it ok to use. If you want a good camera then this doesn't have one, but then in my opinion as a dslr and film slr photographer, I don't think any phone has a decent camera.