Reviews for Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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Ideal first Smart phone for all ages
17 June 2013
Excerpt: I recently changed my mobile to a Samsung Galaxy Y with Tesco Mobile and love it! I am quite a dinosaur when it comes to technology, the last phone I had was a Noxia X2 which was part touch screen and part keypad but the touch screen part was only very limited.
There are better phones around for your pennies, but there are worse also.
15 June 2013
Excerpt: Mobile phones sadly have a torrid time in my hands. My last phone was a Samsung Galaxy Y which I owned for approximately 3 months until recently. Despite its solid appearance it was really no match for the taxi car door that I slammed into it (the phone fell out of my pocket just as I was closing...
Summary: I don't know if it was just my phone but always get message memory full when its not and memory low when I have a 8gb memory card in it, my old nokia phone held more messages than this phone, quite disappointed with it to be honest..thinking of getting another one
Summary: I brought this phone for my son, i didn't want a really expensive one but he really wanted all the features of an android.the galaxy y is perfect and does pretty much the same as my more expensive model!
Summary: Have had it a year, near-flawless little gem that it is! GPS, all android apps, music - you will not impress your mates in the pub, but you can wear it on a run in your back pocket or on an armband, and use the Nike app to log your runs on GPS.
Summary: The phone is quite easy to use. I bought the Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 on PAYG to replace a Motorola phone which has been my preferred brand in the past. The Galaxy Y does what it states on the box and t he touch screen is quite easy to use.
Excerpt: High-end this isn't - although it could just about pass for a top-notch smart phone (notwithstanding its diminutive size), this is very much the entry-level end of the market. With the same basic stylings as the higher-level models in the Samsung Galaxy series, this certainly ticks the visual boxes...