Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy S Duos / Galaxy S Duos 2 / S7562 / S7582
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26 February 2015
Summary: Doesn't work maybe isn't Unlocked or maybe isn't an original samsung.I lost my money with this items and I can't make a returns because the phone arrived yesterday and the policy say that is no t elegible to apply a return.
My Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos S7562i Duos Dual Sim is extremely slow
Carmen J., Amazon
24 February 2015
Summary: Good Morning I have bad recommendations from my Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos S7562i Duos Dual Sim because it is extremely slow. Is slow when I try to make calls, send text messages, email, social networking and totally everything everything is very slow, not if I can help on this. Atte. Carmen Gonzalez
Excerpt: I had this phone for almost a year(more than 11 months). At first it was excellent, but around 3 months after I got it it got really slow. It hangs often, so I have to take the battery so I can turn it on again. Sometimes it reboots. In my opinion, better buy a Moto G.
Pros: Almost excellent call quality
Cons: 768 Mb Ram, Outdated, single core processor, Hangs often even with simple things like making a phone call, Outdated software (Android 4.0.4), Less than 2 GB storage for apps, Can't move apps to the sd card
Summary: I hate the fact it has a double-tap to unlock feature which you can not remove. I bought this phone for my dad b/c it is simple and touch screen but I'm considering returning it b/c of this annoying feature alone which can not be removed. Very irritating.
Summary: I loved this phone to death but the charging port broke and it just dramatically broke my heart. I really adored this phone, please contact me please! My charging port broke way to easily. I was shocked and outrageous at the fact on how fragile this phone is.
It's a cell phone and it does everything well except the phone part.
M. pentilescu "benny lava", Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: Nice phone. Easy to operate. Great battery life. But the call quality is waaaaaay substandard. When I retrieve a voice message, it sounds like the caller is under water. During a phone conversation, I'm always asking, Could you please say that again." No, it's not my hearing. It's the phone. Ironic.