Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Pocket / S5300
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Automatically gets disconnected from the network
8 March 2014
Summary: This phone automatically gets disconnected from the network. The basic purpose of a mobile phone is being connected. This phone does not serve that purpose. You think you are connected and people can call you anytime if there is a need.
Summary: This is a very basic smart phone. Not one to use if you've used better, such as an IPhone or Galaxy S3. I wouldn't even recommend this for a teenager, because they are normally more savvy than adults are.
Summary: I was looking for a basic smartphone that I can use to run some basic apps like Skype, Wattsap, Facebook, etc. but it takes too much time to run FB and WS and it can not even run Skype. Is good for a kid.
Excerpt: bad phone with low of ram ,pixel density , features ,size , performance , and too small battery life its just an electronic phone to put in pocket or to say i have a phone . but dont ask me what is it
Cons: small screen, small battery, low pixel density, low quality build, low ram
Phone is good but international model is causing issues
Rachel Williams "Rachel and Family", Amazon
23 December 2012
Summary: I like this phone, its for my 13 year old son. Everything works great except one thing. The Access Point Settings needed set up to allow the data network for T-Mobile. Internet was then working fine. But everytime I change the MNC setting to 260 for T Mobile it wipes out all the other settings.
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.