Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Pocket / S5300
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Sound quality 6
Battery performance 7
Build quality 6
Although it is cheap, it is still better than a BlackBerry
heino861, Phone Arena
27 June 2014
Excerpt: If you want a phone, for temporary use, than this is the phone for you as it does every basic thing. You can download games and social networking apps on the play store, this is not recommended as this phone does not perform well when overloaded with apps.
Pros: Cheap, but still better than a BlackBerry!
Cons: The fact that it is cheap makes you jealous of more expensive android phone users
Summary: Still learning how to use the phone. Purchased for a trip overseas - will know in a couple of weeks whether or not it meets my needs. If so it will have been a great investment. Cons - far too many apps included that cannot be uninstalled.
Summary: The phone seems to have a ton of features, but I haven't been able to utilize most of them; but so far, I've been able to make clear calls,send and receive regular and vivid picture texts. When I find the time will read the manual, so I can try to maximize its full potential.
Summary: i bought this phone because i needed a new phone and i saw this for a reasonable price. my plan is t-mobile and i thought it would work seeing that its "unlocked". the phone works fine but i cant receive pictures or send them which sucks.
Summary: I was looking for an inexpensive, reliable unlocked gsm Android phone, and it is what it is. I never knew how difficult it is to find affordable unlocked phones in the US without being tethered to a major communications carrier.
Excerpt: So one of my friends, who wants to stay internet anonymous, bought this phone because he wanted to have a reliable durable phone. He didn't care that much about features. He said: "Yeah, I like it because it's pretty cheap, durable, fills your needs and has a nice touch screen.