Summary: I purchased this phone and the features it has were much more than I anticipated. I always wanted a Samsung Galaxy and I was finally able to afford it. It is my first Smart Phone and I love it.
Summary: I thought I was getting a true T-Mobile phone and all i got was the Samsung name with a very cheap quality phone. The instructions are in some middle easter country, not in english and the phone will look good as long as you don't try to talk or listen to a conversation. Money wasted to the fullest. The Samsung Galaxy s-5360 is not even part of the phone sold in te T-Mobile web site and I was not able to update my information with the company.
Summary: phone advertised as new ...wasn't ...still had someones voice mail # on it and was constantly bringing me to an Austrailian news service when i entered the internet...after 2 weeks ,it wouldn't let me exit an internet site so like most thing that don't work anymore ,it became garbage ,you know the stuff for landfill ...
Summary: Don't know what they sold for new, but at 118.00, I find this little smartphone is quite a bargain. While the supplied battery has a short life, I upgraded to one with twice the battery life, and now do not have to worry about running out of power.
Excerpt: It simply cant call anyone for more than 1 minute, the display is the worst i have ever seen, android 2.3 is ainceint, there is a "samsung" virus to try and annoy people off their cheap phones and switch to there ridiculus 700 dollar phones. Camera is broken after 7 months, battery is 1 hour if you dont use it at all, 5 minutes talk time, 2 minutes game time, and the wifi doesnt work. It will say mobile network unavailable when it gets full reception. terreble phone.
Summary: It is a cute, small and thin phone. Good for beginners and youth, but not ideal for ppl who like to play games a lot. Pros: Good for this price, small size, light weight, carries all daily using apps. Cons: Short battery life, small screen, not fast processing. Overall: I like it!
Awesome price, convenient size, and all the smart phone basics!
5 January 2013
Summary: I like the conveniently smaller size of the Samsung Y GT. The touch keyboard is a bit small, but it's bearable when the phone is rotated horizontally to type. The voice recognition for texting and searching the web is very helpful! Just make sure you edit the text if the phone doesn't recognize what you said:-) The surface of the back is a bit slick, so keep a good hold it and don't rest on anything.
Summary: This is an basic entry level smart phone. The screen resolution hurts to look, and the touch recognition is pretty bad. It sometimes wouldn't recognize my swipes to unlock the phone, and typing on the on-screen keyboard types the wrong letter frequently compared to my regular Galaxy phone. The manual instructions were in German, which isn't too bad since following the Quickstart's pictures is sufficient.