Reviews for Samsung S5360 / S5363 / S5367 / Galaxy Y
Showing 171-180 of 500
Value for money 6
Battery performance 6
27 May 2013
Excerpt: "...the higher-level models in the Samsung Galaxy series, this certainly ticks the visual boxes - it's neat, functional, sleek - so good first impressions are made. A quick play around with the Y, however, shows up its deficiencies. Of course, it's worth qualifying this - you pay proportionately for what you're (not) getting. I - like most of the phone's owners, I imagine - got the handset free with a pretty modest contract, so expectations were hardly ...
Summary: I bought this as a temporary while my main phone was getting repaired , its a little less reactive than some touch phones but it works i also suffer from FFS ( FAT FINGER SYNDROME) my normal phone is fine to use but i found i was accidentally touching other keys all the time so used a stylus , if ur looking for this for a permanent phone deff requires storage i installed whatsapp and couldnt even take a picture after that however it suprised me having gps and alot of...
Summary: 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 - it's neat, functional, sleek - so good first impressions are made. A quick play around with the Y, however, shows up its deficiencies.
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: I purchased this phone as a second phone for work purposes and was highly disappointed in it, It is a nightmare to use there is nothing straight forward about this phone even trying to read simple text messages take a while to try and find them it is very touch sensitive so once you find something touch the wrong place and it’s gone so you have to start again and the key board is tiny so it makes typing very difficult I thought it was just my fat fingers but even the...
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. The keyboard is a bit small but you can turn it round to "landscape" and get a bit more room. You soon get the hang of hitting the right keys (most of the time!
Summary: This is a neat phone, I have always enjoyed samsung as a make. The only thing that I do not like it that there is no LED light to flash when I receive my notifications. I would not recommend this phone to people with wide fingers, the keypad is very close together and when you press the N even with small thin fingers, you still press the options button by accident...
Summary: Great phone, great service, depends how you like your phones, good for small phone lovers. compact and good quality. battery life surpasses other smart phones for the time being, and it gives all services needed e.g. internet browsing, music, games, camera, etc.
Summary: This is great little phone bought for my wife who really only makes phone calls and texts so 95% of its functions are unused but they exist and we've tried them all - once or twice - when the phone was new at Christmas What it does it does well and it is a great improvement over her previous phone which, like mine still is, was almost tin cans and string technology.