Reviews and Problems with Samsung S5360 / S5363 / S5367 / Galaxy Y
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Average Smartphone for its price.
25 October 2013
Excerpt: Disclaimer: Been using this phone for about a year now. Starting with call quality... it's actually surprisingly decent for a low-end, same goes for build quality. The reception is actually great, which left me surprised. The same can't be said about its low-res display, poor multimedia experience (matched with an equally mediocre internal memory) and awful battery life. Worth the money? Maybe not. There are better alternatives out there.
Excerpt: I managed to buy a memory card for £10 but as you can imagine, most phones come with them and this means that the phone, although a reasonable price, isn’t as cheap as you might think when you buy it! To sum up, now I have become used to my phone and mostly understand how to use it, I do like it. In terms of how it looks and what you can do with it, it is a perfectly good Smartphone to have. If you want to buy it, you should. However, please read the instructions!
Excerpt: For cheap and Android normal usage, it is best to buy it as your secondary phone or as third, forth, fifth or soon device. Had GPS, WiFi, Camera, nice sound but not loud. We can do basic smartphone and internet usage activity. So complete for it's budget.
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.