Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Pocket / S5300
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6 July 2012
Conclusion: We like the concept behind the Samsung Galaxy Pocket . This is the handset that can bring much of the power of a smartphone to the hands of yesterday's feature phone users, without costing them more.
Excerpt: Budget smartphones are those that hold consumers’ hands as they transit from feature phones to the smartphones. They offer a “smart OS” and features that give users a tip of the iceberg view of the potential of owning a smartphone.
Conclusion: This is a top job by Samsung. If you need a budget smartphone, I certainly recommend the Galaxy Pocket. At about N18,000, it is the cheapest global brand smartphone that you can lay your hands on.
Conclusion: No smartphones beyond this point. Lost so far in no-man's land between Symbian and Android, the point in question has been flagged on the map. Welcome to checkpoint Pocket. The Samsung Galaxy Pocket is a beginner's package.
Cons: Low screen resolution limits choice of apps, Fixed focus camera, No secondary camera, No camera flash, no dedicated camera key, QVGA video recording @15fps, No Adobe Flash support
Conclusion: Like any smartphone, it will open you to a world of entertainment and improve how you connect to friends and family. But because it’s a budget phone, it could help make things easier for you to decide.
Review: Samsung Galaxy pocket - Good package small size
12 April 2013
Conclusion: Samsung Galaxy Pocket is a compact yet powerful phone. It comes with good features and the body is good too. Its Android 2.3 gingerbread is well supported in this device and the 832 MHz processor is strong too.
Summary: At this time year, if you were looking for a smartphone, you would have had to spend a sum closer to Rs 10,000 than Rs 5,000. A year, however, is a long time in technology and today we have a number of smartphones with prices closer to the unimaginable 5,000 figure.
Excerpt: Adding to the line of smartphones, Samsung has recently unveiled another hottie. The new Samsung Galaxy Pocket is deliberated to let you enjoy the rich capabilities of a smartphone within a budget. To be very precise, it is good choice for those transitioning from feature phones to smartphones.
Conclusion: Samsung’s Galaxy Pocket crams all the functionality budget- and first time smartphone users may want for less than R1000 (if you look in the right place). With its recommended retail price of just R999, it is significantly cheaper than LG’s Optimus L3 E400 as well as one of our favourite budget...
Pros: Priced below R1000; really portable dimensions; 800+ MHz CPU on budget device; Android Gingerbread as mobile OS, and 3 GB worth of storage space.
Cons: Low-res touchscreen; other mobile phone users won’t turn green with smartphone design envy; camera is not the best and QVGA video recording ability.
Summary: • Outfitted with 2.8 inches 256K-color QVGA TFT touchscreen • Sports a 2 MP fixed-focus camera with geo-tagging • Comes with Quad-Band GSM and dual-band 3G support • Powered by 832MHz ARMv6 processor, 289MB of RAM • Inherited with 3 GB of internal storage and MicroSD slot (up to 32 GB) • Runs on...
Pros: Outfitted with 2.8 inches 256K-color QVGA TFT touchscreen , Sports a 2 MP fixed-focus camera with geo-tagging , Comes with Quad-Band GSM and dual-band 3G support , Powered by 832MHz ARMv6 processor, 289MB of RAM , Inherited with 3 GB of internal storage and MicroSD slot (up to 32 GB) , Runs on An...
Cons: Screen resolution is low , Autofocus is more preferred than fixed focus camera , Absence of secondary camera , Lack of camera flash and dedicated camera key , Lacks Adobe Flash support