Summary: EL DIA 10 /3 ISE UN COMPRA DE UN TELEFONO SAMSUNG GALAXY ACE 2 i8160 INTERNATIONAL VERSION FACTOR UNLOCKED BLACK POWERFUL DUAL CORE 800MHZ PROCESSOR, SIMPLAY MODEN, STRIKINGLY STYLISH, LARGA AND CLEAR 3.8 WVGA DISPLAY, SATISFIES THE MOST DEMANDING USAGE,MORE SEPHISTICATED ORIGINAL TOUCHWIZ 4 UX Y TODAVIA IQUE ESTA EN LOS DEPOSITOS EN MIAMI VA PRA 3 MESES X FAVOR SI NO VA A MANDA LE AGRADESCO Q ME HAGAN EL REMBOLSO
Summary: I purchased this phone on the 30th of August, and received it about a month later. When I finally received it, it starting giving problems almost within the first week. After less than 2 months, it has been shutting itself down at random times, such as during a phone call, or even when I simply touch the screen. The battery life depletes very quickly,I charged it fully and after a few hours it's dead, even if I don't do much with it (eg no wifi, no blutooth etc).
Summary: the model sent was not what was purchased, I bought Samsung GT'I8160L but the seller send Samsung GT S7560M, I wanted my phone works with 1900 MHZ band 3G but this phone dont. I can use this phone only in 2G or I had to change celphone company.
HassleFreeCell This company stole my phone and my money.
Euddy Surun, Amazon
15 September 2013
Summary: The phone I use for a few days, after the phone don't work and I send it to 2250 Homecrest Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11229 under warranty. They never returned my phone, and they never refunded my money. I present a complaint to FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection. They stole me $225.96.
Summary: According to product description, I bought a Samsung GT-I8160L Galaxy Ace 2 but, when the courier left the package, the device was another. I did not accept the device, but I do not have any feedback yet.
Summary: I have a small issue with the panel and called up Samsung services in US. I was told by the representative that this model is only made for UK and it is not supported for the US. He told me to contact the UK service center and that I would need to ship it to UK. This is a total misrepresentation of information. Is there a way I can sue Amazon?