Reviews and Problems with Samsung S5220 / Star 3 / Tocco Lite II
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What No Charger
S. K. Wilson, Amazon
29 March 2014
Summary: I know the seller stated " No accessories ", but I consider the charging lead not an accessory. It came in a worn out box with instructions, but no phone charging cable, and the phone was only one third charged. The phone itself was ok.
Summary: I am a long time user of tocco lite and bought this as an upgrade - however I found the music player slower to load my albums from my 16GB memory card. The other sore point is that the keys on the QUERTY key board are small so when hastily entering text it is much too easy to make an error with my...
Summary: This is the fourth touch-screen I have had and I think it's nothing like as good as the tocco lite1 for instance. Scrolling is V poor - juddery and V hesitant, if at all. Wed. last week it had what I can only call a complete blackout. Just dead.
Summary: I bought this phone because it was recommended by a man in the carphone warehouse. big mistake! worst touchscreen ever. It can't scroll and is EXTREMELY unresponsive. Thats all i really need to say
Pros: Calls and camera
Cons: Texts, scrolling, touchscreen, resolution and internet
Summary: I was on the point of buying this phone on two separate occasions when I discovered that it has a serious problem: identifying and playing music from a micro SD card. I tried 8Gb and 16Gb cards; one phone kept shutting down, and the other had a time lag of over one minute before displaying...
Summary: The phone comes with a one page manual with informs you how to switch it on and off, adjust the volume, text, add a contact but very little else. I went onto Samsungs website for a more indepth version but found nothing.
Summary: Works fine for phone/text/camera, don't care about any of the other features. Has a very annoying habit of randomly activating the alarm at 00:01 regardless of an alarm being set. (This goes off even if it's switched off). The manual is almost non existant.