Reviews and Problems with Samsung I6410 / M1 / Vodaphone 360
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Sound quality 10
Battery performance 9
Build quality 9
wow23, Phone Arena
1 April 2011
Excerpt: not bad phone, but it's bad and not fast OS. Linux limo R2. Without any apps for it. I use java apps, but not all is good working( not bad camera - but without autofocus. not fast ui. good text input/but without russian not good customization (colors of menus and block screen).
Pros: good display, good phone quality, good call quality, nice ui
Excerpt: worst phone ever. Lets start from the easy stuff... Not able to upload your own screen saver, or photo. Very often it jams when you enter your contacts , and does nothing. you will then have to wait for 20 secs to 1 minute to make a call..
Excerpt: Very good experience.Very good autonomy, suffers from the absence of WLAN but have EDGE.OS Linux-based LiMo R2.0.1 equal to the OS Android (open sorce)DISPLAYTypeTFT touchscreen, 16M colorsSize240 x 400 pixels, 3.2 inches - 3D user interface
Pros: ARM Cortex A8 600 MHz, PowerVR SGX graphics., Very good autonomy., OS Linux-based LiMo R2.0.1.
Cons: Suffers from the absence of WLAN., Video: VGA at 15fps
Excerpt: Samsung vodafone 360 M1 I s a combination of both this company and made this mobile phone, its has so many good thing which satisfy on behalf of this mobile phone. I have used this mobile phones for almost 1.5 yrs and overall experience with this mobile phone is awesome, then I gave it to my younger...
Summary: my phon has some proble that i can not pick the call, opr to make the call,if someone nows about it so please help me because it is so difficult to use the phone without attending/making a call.
Summary: Like most things in life, it's all relative. I was given this phone by a friend who couldn't get on with it. I have to say, despite the annoying niggles, it is a vast improvement over the WinMo Omnia I was using before. The lack of Wifi is annoying, but not the end of the world.
Pros: It's not Apple, RIM or Windows
Cons: Limited Email functionality, Vodafone 360 service, No Wifi
Summary: Having previously owned a very efficient Sony Ericsson C902, which I unfortunately lost, I got an M1 through my insurance. Out of a handful of models, I was told that the M1 was the best to go for as I wanted something multimedia heavy for music, photos, video and web browsing.