Great phone, but does not vibrate & does not support chrome
5 November 2012
Summary: Great phone - what I expected and more in some areas. It's Android, so I am able to add apps from the play store. Everything is good, except for these two issues: 1. The Android version is 2.3.6 - so Chrome is not supported 2. Again, because of the Android version - the phone does not vibrate. There are the options to set the Vibration to "Always", "Never", "Only when not Silent" and "Only when Silent".
Excerpt: seriously. i do not recommend this for anyone apart from people who have never used or seen an android. i've had it since dec 2011. now it's nov 2012. the battery was nice at first but after 7 months mine's battery only lasted 4 hours. on wifi half an hour. on games 50 minutes (all tested at 100 % charge). screen size and resolution cause a lot of apps to get really slow and laggy. some dont even work. camera stinks.
Summary: I just bought this phone to use as my "travel abroad" phone. I needed a 3G Quadband Unlocked phone so I could pick up inexpensive prepaid voice/data sim cards during my travels and not get clobbered with roaming fees. This phone is perfect. It is inexpensive, has most of the important bells and whistles of Android, and just works. It even runs Netflix streaming, though a bit jerky. Talking GPS works great too.
Summary: I am not giving this phone 5-stars because it's the best phone ever. I am rating based on the value for the money. This phone is for my son since he had an older feature (basic) phone that finally died. This Galaxy 5360 is a Andriod Smartphone with WiFi and GPS. It is unlocked so it works on my AT&T network without a data plan.
Summary: i bought this cellphone for my wife to use in the philippines, so far she dont have any problem w/ it and she loves it. when i have the phone i try it to use w/ t-mobile and its easy to use and its very nice..