Reviews and Problems with Samsung C3510 / Corby POP / Genoa / Player Light
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Cant connect to da internet at all or Facebook!
14 March 2011
Excerpt: Please help me out with this Samsung phone.. i got as a gift but cant connect to internet at all. what am i doing wrong..only have it 2 weeks. i have looked it up on line but theres not alot of info about loggin on with this phone..can somebody out there please help me.. i do like this phone.
Excerpt: Plus, for e-mail addicts, the Genoa supports the push notification, much like a blackberry where you receive emails like text messages. As to connections, Genoa is a quad-band phone that supports GPRS and EDGE, but no wi-fi. It has a Community linking you to Facebook, Friendster, Myspace, Flickr, Picasa and Photobucket, but you may have to incur some data charges. I guess for people who love their music, the Genoa is a good buy.
Excerpt: Another issue is that the games installed are all trial versions, so you’ll still have to pay to get the full games working. Overall, though, the Samsung C3510 Genoa does its job, and does it well. Those looking for their first touchscreen phone experience would do well to get a Genoa. If you’re not at all bothered by certain specs like the low-quality camera and lack of an OS, the Genoa will do just fine. For its price, though, it truly shines.
Excerpt: The phone is brilliant for internet purpses such as faceook etc however the widget thing is a pretty stupid idea and the centre button is used as a return nutton which is a bit annoying especially wen ur not used to it...the security on the fone is wicked tho but the camera is of poor quality. other then that the fone is kay. i must admit it looks pretty good but other then tht its nowt special but for its price its grest.
Samsung C3510 Genoa: Fashionable Fone For Financially Frugal Folk
20 January 2011
Summary: So I finally decided that I just had to have a touch screen phone (one of the drawbacks of being an engineer it being noticed what state your technical toys are in!). After a bit of research I found that one of the disadvantages of having to buy a pay-as-you go touchscreen phone is that they are, on the whole, notably more expensive than the traditional phones. I settled on forking out for the Samsung Genio and paid a visit to a local mobile phone retailer.
Summary: I have this unit and it seems nice for a first timer in touch screen. Yes sometimes it turns off and I don't know why. It has a nice camera features, I can edit my pictures putting it with style and more. Interesting for who loves to edit photos, One curious question. can i edit my receive and captured photos into a 3 sliding home screens?
Pros: slim, good design, it does not degreed the quality of the photos when I edit it unlike for nokia 6300
Cons: back cover scrathes easily, no USB, no available casing in the malls unlike on nokia,,
Summary: umm..dunt kno mch abt this thingy..was jst watchin its videos on youtube..really like this set..i mean it..its ma frst crush for cell phones..previously i jst hated the wrd cell phones..umm..really, will buy this one..its so beautiful, cute nd wid a reasonable pryc..um..is dat true dat it doesnt ha v a usb cable..dats a bad thingy indeed..!!
Pros: umm..its touch..!!..nd its price..nd its shape..:P sexayy..!!
Cons: umm...dunt kno..i gues..its camera cud b bettr..nd i suppose its musick quality..!!
Summary: Such a great phone for the price,especially with Virgin Mobile prepaid, picked mine up,put in a 8gb microsd card and got going. First impressions were nice,the touchscreen is easy to use and is very responsive, a fresh charge was quick and the battery lasts quite a while,which is nice for a mobile like this.
Pros: Quad Band , 3.5mm Headphone Jack , Great battery life, fast and responsive,up to 8gb microsd
Cons: no usb cable!?,no preloaded games,no 3G,bluetooth is unstable