Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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... purchased this phone for my mom as her first smart phone. In the beginning the phone seemed quite ...
Karina Vega, Amazon
29 January 2015
Summary: I purchased this phone for my mom as her first smart phone. In the beginning the phone seemed quite well for her. But eventually it became very slow. Furthermore, it does not contain much internal memory so this became an issue when she wanted to download apps.
It's more like a text messaging phone and doesn't support Chinese input as well!
4 September 2014
Summary: It's okay if you just use it to make phone calls, I wouldn't even recommend for sending text messages, don't even bother with downloading any apps on it. The screen it's very small, so it's the keyboard.
Summary: This phone was too small to see anything and it kept dropping the calls in Costa Rica. The cheaper one I bought was better at reception. I bought this hoping to use the smart part but it was hard to see the print.
OK Phone for SMALL fingers......Long nails won't help.....
Hugh F., Amazon
7 October 2013
Summary: OK Phone for SMALL fingers......Long nails won't help....... Very difficult to remove back to change out SIM cards for foreign travel which is the reason one buys an unlocked, quad band cell phone.... Reasonable price....
Summary: OK Phone for SMALL fingers......Long nails won't help....... Very difficult to remove back to change SIM out cards for foreign travel.... Price of $25 more for white verus black totally unjustified.......
Summary: The cell phone reset a lot times no any reason,sometimes when I finished the call, some time even no any call. When I was calling I can not find the input number key! so bad for the phone I will not buy Samsung phone never!!!!!!!
Summary: The service on this phone is terrible. My other phone gets great service. The calls drop, half of the time I will get a voicemail notification and the phone never rings. I do not live in a rural area. The calls I do get are very choppy.
Summary: This phone is unbranded, but it shipped with an ac adapter that is unlike any I have seen before. The prongs are at an angle. Not sure which country has these type of outlet, but I have about 15 assorted adapters and none will work with the provided AC adapter.
Summary: This phone comes with a cheap adaptador for the European version charger and the cellphone has not a earphones included, if you do not speak English the only others two languages are oriental...
Summary: The first phone I received was faulty and would not read a SIM card. While I was trying to troubleshoot the problem, I discovered the phone was marketed in Australia, and therefore all the software and applications were for the Australian cell phone/communications market.