Average product, cheap but no comparision with iphone.
27 January 2012
Summary: If you are looking for a cheap smart phone. Then this is it. Other wise the touch screen is too small compares to iphone. Many times when I try to type messages it goes to wrong keys/alphabets. This is the main reason for me not to like it. Thanks.
Summary: Good phone, good price, is a great option for beginners in smart phones is lightweight, very cute, download applications market is easy, RAM memory is low, I would have liked to bring more, but has good CPU . multi-touch screen is great and very quick!
Pros: Very responsive! Android 2.3.5, wifi hotspot option, tethering option. If you connect USB interface in Xubuntu 11.10 (Ubuntu 11.10) it shows up as a eth* interface. with a private IP. Acess to std android app market + samsung app market. Battery life good using mostly wifi+sipdroid (16-20 hours)......The built in battery monitor says "cell standby"/"idle"takes most of the battery not the wifi. Many language choices! Unlocked! No data plan or any other foolishness need...
Cons: VERY small keyboard in any mode. This REALLY takes getting used to. If you are going to use this walking alot this probably isn't the phone for you unless you have very small fingers. I type with my pinky. Small screen size. Camera is only 2MP. It's livable (better than my Nokia E63) but doesn't compare to the more expensive phones.
Summary: Would have been much easer to use if there had been an instruction book. Now I have got used to using it I find it o.k. I used to be with O2' when I topped up with them there was no time limit to how often I topped up. I just topped up when my money was low.