Reviews and Problems with Samsung A927 / Flight II
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I feel like this would be a good hand-me-down phone for a ...
Grampy Volvo, Amazon
3 November 2014
Summary: Absolute bottom-of-the-barrel budget phone. These days, I only use it so as a microSD card reader. I feel like this would be a good hand-me-down phone for a young kid -- it works fine, and it is ZERO frills.
Summary: The phone was a nice solid device however I had to return it because it didn't want to work properly with my cell provider...it is specifically geared to AT and T even though it is an unlocked phone...
Summary: I purchased this phone from a reseller to replace the same model after my wife dropped her original in the water. She preferred the key pad style and did not want a smart phone. The replacement seemed to satisfy her at first. Before long though the touch screen began to act up. It would not consistently react to her touch causing calls to go unanswered or not having access to some of the apps.
Summary: The delivery was prompt, but the back case of the phone was from a different phone entirely and didn't fit. Luckily, I still had my old phone that I had let my grandkids play with, and was able to use the back case of it. Also, the battery that came with the phone must have been used, because it won't hold a charge for more than a half a day. I have to carry a charger around with me at all times.
This product is so so, but I would do business with the seller again.
23 August 2012
Summary: The phone started strong then increasinly started having lagging problems. Sometimes the phone system malfunctions. Common problem with this phone model, but I was hoping it would be a good apple. Too bad. Great customer service.
Over all the phone is a great call phone, but is not good for texting.
11 July 2012
Summary: This phone is a okay phone. For a basic phone its got everything one could ask for. Calls are good quality and it even has some nice little things such as app short cuts to make things easier to use. It also has 3 main screens that you can flip through, so you dont have to fill one up with all the apps. The screen on this phone is also very responsive for a touch screen. texting on the screen was no problem, and same with the key board.
Summary: I upgraded from a 'flip' phone because I wanted to be able to easily send text messages. I wanted an ATT (SIM card) phone with a physical qwerty keyboard. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a phone. This phone fit those requirements. However, by comparison to the flip phone, battery life is less than half. That's to be expected with the larger screen size and processor.