Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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Value for money 6
25 February 2014
Summary: I thought I would upgrade my phone and bought this one. It is hard to keep an internet connection I have to keep my phone at a tilt. I constantly have to keep reconnecting to the family mobile service in order to get on the internet. It was not the upgrade I was expecting. It is smaller and better pictures than my last phone. The access to contacts etc. is easier than my last phone. Just not satisfied with its ability to connect with the internet.
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: I purchased this phone to take on a trip to South America. The phone arrived the day before my trip. I ordered late so this arrival date was expected. I purchased this phone because I needed an unlocked quad band phone. When I opened the box there was not users manual. I turned the phone on only to find out that the phone was manufactured for European usage. The screen language was some unreadable Eastern European language. Czch, Polish, I don't know.
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. Also, I cannot get the phone to work on my wireless router. It will connect, but the connection drops immediately. It was a gift, so I hope she likes the phone. If it was for me I would have returned the item.
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. The phone was replaced with one that works but I will have to try to remove not applicable software apps and attempt to load the ones I need.
Summary: It definitely a very portbable phone when travelling. Don't expect it to have the best wifi or wireless connection. The screen size is very small. Good luck trying to use the qwerty keyboard. It's way too small to text efficiently. The processor is severely underpowered to run complicated apps. Only good thing, longer battery life compared to my full size Samsung phone.