Unlocked Samsung S5570 Galaxy Mini Touchscreen, Wi-Fi, 3G, Android International Smart Phone in Chic White
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- Quadband Unlocked for any GSM provider EDGE/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz; HSDPA 7.2Mbps, 900/2100 Mhz
- 3.2" capacitive touchscreen; QVGA (240x320) pixel resolution; 160MB storage, 384MB RAM, hot-swappable microSD card slot (up to 16GB)
- 160MB storage, 384MB RAM, hot-swappable microSD card slot (up to 16GB)Camera: 3 megapixel fixed focus camera
- Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, standard microUSB port, GPS receiver with A-GPS, 3.5mm audio jack
- Package contents: Handset, battery, Manual, charger, USB cord, and 2GB micro SD with adapter (outlet adaptor is provided for customers in North America)
- This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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|Camera Description||3.15 MP, 2048 x 1536 pixels||5 MP||—||Front 2MP, Rear 8MP||Primary: 5 MP, 2560 x 1920 pixels, autofocus, Features: Geo-tagging, Video: 720p||2.0MP|
|Screen Size||3.2 in||4 in||4 in||2.45 in||4.3 in||2.4 in|
|Item Dimensions||—||0.5 x 5.04 x 2.64 in||0.43 x 4.98 x 2.48 in||1.69 x 3.64 x 0.51 in||8 x 8 x 8 in||0.39 x 3.39 x 1.67 in|
|Item Weight||—||5.61 ounces||4.34 ounces||2.13 ounces||2.4 ounces||3.53 ounces|
|Operating System||Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo), upgradable to v2.3 (Gingerbread)||Android||android 5.1||google_android||google_android||google_android|
The Samsung S5570 Galaxy Mini has a well proportioned touchscreen and compact body shape measurement with high 11.04cm 6.08cm wide and 1.21cm deep, allowing the user to hold and use the Mini Galaxy S5570 in a single hand. A 3.1-inch touch screen offers easy to use touch-screen controls and a beautiful colorful look. This screen supports an auto rotate feature that the user handset between their horizontal and vertical mode and the screens turn will react to the movements of the possible. The case weighs one hundred and five grams with rechargeable battery fitted which feels good to hold when in use. The Galaxy Mini Samsung has a very Corby-like appearance with a very compact design.
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Having become somewhat addicted to the functionality of my Verizon Samsung Droid Charge cell, I decided to replace the old GSM stupidphone I've been using with this small inexpensive Samsung GSM S5570 smartphone. I figured that at the least I could use web browsing and other features that require a network on WiFi networks as I encounter them, which would at least give me an updated Google contact list plus my appointments calendar. As far as using this phone on data networks, there are a couple of caveats I have discovered and which I detail below.
I am not going to comment on the limitations of this phone that have already been discussed ad nauseum in online reviews, such as the small, low-resolution touch screen, battery life, etc. At $140 unlocked as I type this, you are not going to get the features of a high end cellphone for this price. For the record, my phone came from the Amazon seller "Global Mobiles," apparently a German company whose orders are fulfilled by Amazon. It came with all advertised accessories including the charger (European plug but with USA adapter), a fresh and recently manufactured battery, manuals in German, and a near useless 2gb micro SD card. The phone was set up to function in English when I got it, and showed zero evidence of ever having been opened or touched by human hands after it was manufactured.
Limitations on data network usage that I have discovered so far include:
(1) Only up to "3G speeds," not "4G" -- There is considerable confusion as regards what is 3G, what is 4G, and how they compare. The executive summary is that although there are going to be differences in speed within an individual carrier's offerings of 3G vs. 4G, you cannot compare among the various carriers because the carriers define "4G" and "3G" differently and they also use different transmission bands and technologies. There are going to be carriers who have faster "4G" offerings that cannot be effectively utilized with this phone that claims "3G" service but not "4G" service. Research your own carrier and what level of service you expect to get from it, before buying this phone. That could probably be said of most any cellphone out there.
(2) US T-Mobile has what they call "4G" service and "3G" service, which use bands that this phone DOES NOT HAVE. You will be able to use this phone with T-Mobile "EDGE" service, which is variously labeled as "2G" by some and elevated to "2.5G" by some others, which is to say it has the potential to be faster than your typical, dial-up slow 2G service, however it will still seem very slow compared to a good home broadband connection or to any decent 3G or 4G service. From some web research that I did after buying this phone, it is obvious that there are only a limited number of GSM cellphones out there that can utilize T-Mobile's fastest data network(s); most of these phones are going to be sold directly by T-Mobile, and few will be available as unlocked phones sold on Amazon or that well known online auction site. Your best option if you want fast, T-Mobile USA data service would be to get your phone directly from T-Mobile and then perhaps find a way to unlock it if you want to then use it on another network as well.
For use in Europe, this phone should provide reasonably fast, "3G" level data services, however the cost of such data service is very high if you don't have the sort of year round data plan that most travelers will not have. As such, if you have a pay as you go or prepaid plan from a European carrier or reseller from a carrier, you will probably elect to use available WiFi networks for most of your data use on this phone, with perhaps email usage through the carrier's data service. For that purpose, the phone should work well and offer a lot more functionality than an old style "stupidphone."
For my own uses, basically as a travel voice cellphone with some smartphone features, most of which I will access through hotel and other free hotspot WiFi networks, with occasional cell carrier data usage for email, this phone is a good choice at an attractive price. I would not want to use this phone as my everyday smartphone, but for periodic or vacation use outside of my usual carrier's network, it is certainly a more enjoyable phone to use than an old style stupidphone.
This "phone" had a Faulty 3.5 headset jack and went back. I would have to HOLD my headset jack, male end, in the female socket to get it to play, and IF I turned the phone over the jack would fall out. Remember this was a NEW phone.
I tried 3 different 3.5 good quality headsets to make sure it was NOT just my jack(s).
I called Samsung USA and they rep said they wouldn't FIX a Samsung that was made somewhere other country.
So if the seller had another brand of phone I wanted I'd buy form them again.
BUT I would NOT buy a Samsung phone, ever, no matter where it was made.
If a company, and I use that term loosely, can not warranty a product made with "THEIR NAME" on it, they do NOT have any business pretending to be the same "company" as the subsidiarity that made the device. That is just "Enron" styled practices.
LG is the same way, and would NOT touch one of THEIR NEW "LG" phones made in India. The seller of the LG phone refunded the money, because the Micro SD slot did not "see" the SD in the slot.
So "Buyer be aware. . . . "
WARNING. . . If it does NOT have a warranty stated, it may NOT be warranted in the same country that you are buying the phone, and would have to be send it to the "OTHER" side of the world to get it FIXED.
Agree with all the comments about the less than stellar battery life and the small keyboard, but hey, it is a "mini" phone you are choosing. I like the small size and the light weight. I don't need a mega 5+ inch 7 lb IPhone or regular Galaxy S in my pocket. It's actually only slightly bigger than a Vintage Razr. Nice!
I wanted the unlocked phone for extensive travelling in Europe. If I knew then what I know now, I would have got the dual Sim card B5722 version instead (and still might)