Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Stellar / I200
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Value for money 6
I didn't think it was Stellar
23 February 2015
Summary: I needed a phone got stuck with this one. Was convinced I should keep it. Hated it and Verizon for 1 solid years. So glad I am on to a better Samsung model phone. It was a rough 2 years. Lessons learned.....
Summary: This phone is constantly running out of storage. Updates from Google are eating up the phone, along with all of the other apps that appear to be mandatory. Having had a Galaxy S before this phone, I anticipated a much better performance than I received.
Cons: Did not meet expectations, mandatory apps i don't use, doesn't handle external storage well., no useful updates from verizon or samsung.
Excerpt: This is a very poor excuse for a Smart Phone, lacking internal memory. This phone only has 4 Gig of Internal Memory, most Apps Cannot be moved to your SD Card, and the Operating System uses over 2 Gig of your Internal Memory.
Summary: I have had this phone for 4 months. It drops calls constantly, does not deliver text messages, doesn't get good service (I have Verizon), shuts off randomly, deletes contacts, takes FOREVER to do the simplest things....
Cons: Poor quality, Not high def, Too big, Did not meet expectations
Summary: I have had this phone for almost a year at first I liked it but now it is not the same. Volume is never the same speaker barely works and useless apps are installed that can not be removed. Takes up room and you don't use them. Battery life is good.
Summary: As a happy Galaxy S user for over 2 yrs, when I needed a new phone I only looked at Samsung. Verizon wanted a small fortune for the Galaxy S III, but also had the Galaxy Stellar for a much more reasonable price so I took it.
Cons: Poor quality, Not high def, Did not meet expectations, feels like a toy, poor signal reception
Summary: Naja, sieht gut aus, aber das Menü ist am Anfang ziemlich irre führend. Nehme es nur zum Telefonieren und für sms, Akku hält auch nicht wirklich lange, vielleicht 4 Tage, dann ist Schluss. Die Kamera ist auch nicht gerade empfählenswert, sind ja auch nur 2 Megapixel.