Reviews and Problems with Samsung S5620 / Monte / HalleyEvo / Player Star 2
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5 December 2013
Summary: "I bought the Samsung Monte a couple of weeks ago after going into the shop looking for a Nokia and being told this was so much better. It's WiFi is fabulous and a great feature to have. The access to Facebook is simple and the Camera is brilliant quality. Other features such as the Radio and BBC iPlayer are just an added bonus.
Summary: "Rubbish!!..i asked Orange for a phone with a good camera & they recommend this????? Useless for trying to take any kind of pics after dark with NO flash!? Trying to send a text is a long process, when making a call the connection takes too long & the "lock" function gets really tedious as it locks the phone after seconds? If u try n make a call to an automated service, u have to unlock the phone to activate the keypad mid-call.
Summary: "i bought this phone on pay and go on o2 network from phones 4 u,its a very good touch screen phone with the iphone feel about it, very good a-gps and good wi fi and great 3g connection with fast web access,god choice of ring tones good battery life,very responsive touch screen,very nice to handle and light in ur pocket not as heavy or bulky as a i phone,very good call quality,great to text from and a good choice of widgets with iplayer and so forth,the phone do what its...
Summary: "loving this phone cheap and cheerful, light weight, easy to use, great WiFi, added a16GB memory card for great storage of pics and music. takes great pics has no flash but not needed one as nightmode takes good enough pics. Its alot louder than my last samsung. so dont miss so many calls.
Excerpt: This phone is amazing. I have had it for years and I love it. If you want a phone that is going to work perfectly and not fail to do what you want, get the Samsung Monte. If you want a phone that will break down, screw the battery etc etc...get an android and/or ''the new (enter phone name here)'' Not kidding. Androids may have other things, but you don't really need them. And lets face it...they don't last long. If you want a permanent phone- here it is!