Reviews and Problems with Samsung S5360 / S5363 / S5367 / Galaxy Y
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Value for money 2
29 December 2013
Summary: Bought this for my grandson. It looks like it would be great except for the fact that the MAC address is all zeroes, so it will not connect to any WiFi. Unless someone has some great advice on how to fix that problem, I guess I'll be returning it!
Excerpt: Disclaimer: Been using this phone for about a year now. Starting with call quality... it's actually surprisingly decent for a low-end, same goes for build quality. The reception is actually great, which left me surprised. The same can't be said about its low-res display, poor multimedia experience (matched with an equally mediocre internal memory) and awful battery life. Worth the money? Maybe not. There are better alternatives out there.
Excerpt: never failed me, I've tried thousands of applications and worked perfect, the battery lasts more than a day after a year of use Obviously, do not expect miracles from a team with android 2.3.6, but as a phone, not ever fail you
Summary: The problem was not the product. I am sure the phone works well. However, the seller fail to inform its buyers that this phone in not your typical unlocked phone that can be used with any company that requires a SIM card. This phone is exclusive to verizon which does not use SIM cards. This can be very misleading. Now it appears that I might have a problem getting a refund.
Summary: other reviewers may be surprised to see my review, as it is the so called Samsung Galaxy. I took the risk of buying an european version without a warranty. but it sucked. so it is only 1 start from me. I returned it. why? 1. during the call, my ear touch can mute, it unmute it.. several times. I did not want to play that hide-n-seek game. bye! 2. after the call ends, to return to home screen, i have to keep pressing back button(at the bottom) 3,4 times.
Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 GSM Unlocked Android 2.3 Cell phone
21 June 2013
Summary: Not the best resolution, but needed a basic phone. I would not recommend for anyone that has large hands, or you will have to type in landscaping mode vs. portrait mode. I have yet to mess with the camera, but this is still new to me. A ok for basic necessity. The earphones and even the charger are on the cheap side, but eh, you get what you pay for :oD I would recommend to anyone who is new to touch screen phones ( with itty bitty hands)..