Reviews and Problems with Samsung C3312 / Champ Deluxe Duos
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Samsung Champ Deluxe Duos Review
30 November 2012
Conclusion: The Samsung Champ Deluxe Duos is priced very affordably and in many markets it would be the cheapest touchscreen phone. However it comes with its trade-offs, and they are too big to ignore. The resistive touchscreen makes even mundane tasks like texting slow, and being a feature phone, you are limited to virtually no apps with this device. If you pick this phone to start your touchscreen phone journey, we would not be surprised if you end up disappointed.
Pros: Affordable dual-SIM phone with a touchscreen, Compact, battery lasts
Cons: Feature phone means no apps, Resistive touchscreen is a pain, No Wi-Fi connectivity
Summary: • Accelerometer • SMS, MMS, Email and IM messaging • WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML browser • FM radio • SNS integration • Organizer • Document viewer • Voice memo • Predictive text input • Low speed Internet browsing; absence of Wi-Fi • Low screen resolution • Screen is prone to fingerprint spots • Global Positioning System is unavailable • Low-resolution camera; lacks autofocus • Absence of Operating System • Lacks an ambient light sensor The dual-SIM mania is spreading like wild...
Pros: Accelerometer , SMS, MMS, Email and IM messaging , WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML browser , FM radio , SNS integration , Organizer , Document viewer , Voice memo , Predictive text input
Cons: Low speed Internet browsing; absence of Wi-Fi , Low screen resolution , Screen is prone to fingerprint spots , Global Positioning System is unavailable , Low-resolution camera; lacks autofocus , Absence of Operating System , Lacks an ambient light sensor