Reviews and Problems with Samsung S5220 / Star 3 / Tocco Lite II
Showing 1-7 of 7
Samsung Tocco Quick Tap Review: In Depth
12 September 2012
Conclusion: If you’re looking to have an extra phone that’ll pay for your coffee when you forget your wallet, the Tocco Quick Tap can do that. Expect it to do more than calls, text messaging, and simple emails, and you’ll be disappointed.
Conclusion: The Samsung Star 3 is aiming for the sub-$100 mark without any subsidies, so there isn't much else we can desire from its hardware except what is already in there. We wish it had at least the same screen as the Star 2 , but the slightly lower pixel density is a minor quibble on such a phone.
Pros: Cheap and compact, Good call quality, Wi-Fi connectivity
Cons: Laggy interface, Browser struggles to render heavier pages, Low pixel density, No ambient light and accelerator sensors
Summary: Will Samsung's budget handset see the same success as the original Tocco Lite?
Pros: Great battery life, Good for making calls, Loads of messaging options, Decent music player, Expandable storage, The battery in this thing is great, running on and on, well beyond when many other phones (smartphones in particular) would sputter out. Samsung's also remembered that a phone first and...
Cons: Poor touch screen, Cramped keyboard, No 3G, Only 20MB of internal storage, Slow browser, The lack of 3G really hurts the Samsung Tocco Lite 2. Feature phones often don't have 3G, but at this price it's competing with low-end smartphones as much as other feature phones. The biggest problem though ...
Summary: If you’re on a budget and need a handset for texting and calls, it’s worth looking at the Samsung Tocco Lite 2. It’s nice looking, and the screen is responsive. However, the lack of 3G and Wi-Fi is an issue for internet fans.
Pros: Good build quality, responsive touchscreen, really long battery life
Cons: Connectivity is slow because there’s no 3G or Wi-Fi ; no 3.5mm audio jack