Reviews for Samsung Galaxy Y / S5360 / S5363 / S5367
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My nephew's phone
15 June 2013
Summary: My 14 year old nephew loves his phone but my beef is there is no headset. My question ....does it not come with one? Mind you that is my beef my nephew has no problems with it. It is all it says and there was a surprise in the box.....it came with 4 extra backs which was really a bonus.
Summary: Both my 12yo son and 11yo daughter have one of these. They don't cost the earth, function beautifully and are really quite cool which, as parents of younger secondary school kids know, is very important to them.
Summary: An easy to use mobile but with elderly fingers on the texting I find it easier to use a touchscreen pen otherwise even when the phone is turned sideways so that there are wider gaps between the keys my fingers hit keys other than the ones I want!
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...
Summary: needed charged constantly, touch screen didn't always respond straight away, slow!, text messages didn't send or get received for days. Had to turn off to reset. Don't Buy!!!! Started using old phone after 2 wks cos got fed up with this one!!
Summary: After my poor experience with a Nokia phone, to finally have an Android phone is a joy! The"Y" in Galaxy Y stands for "young", so this phone is apparently aimed at the youth market, of which I am no longer a member. But really there is nothing particularly "youth" about it and it suits me fine.
Summary: good entry level phone. Suitable for the 'young'. and those entering 2nd childhood! only downside is battery life- need to charge every day.and turn off power when charge complete so can't leave it to charge overnight.