1.Graphic looks dull
2.No dedicated keys
3.Haven't promise upgrade to Android OS 4.0(Ice Cream Sandwich)
4.Camera a bit shine
5.Small solutions touchscreen
1.Android OS is 2.3(Gingerbread)
2.Battery same as Galaxy Y
3.Processor same as Galaxy Y
4.Cheaper than usual smartphones
5.Easier to use applications
Im torn between galaxy pocket or LG L3. Please tell me which is better in terms of battery back-up, multimedia, web browsing and gaming. Please.
are jelly bean apps compatible to gingerbread apps ?
i saw a site where can i install lots of apps but the problem is i dont know if those apps there are compatible with that phone its because the OS is gingerbread and not jelly bean .
i have a question. is the galaxy pocket compatible to update ics? bcoz this phone has 1gb rom and 2.22gb internal. they can a ics lite for this phone. right?
Handy and a real good one.....its been months of using it,been working great...no stucks no nothing...the touch is very smooth... you simply love this phone !!!
I recently missed place my sansung galaxy pocket. how can I track it even if the sim card is removed.
NB it was switched off when missing.
hello I recently missed placed my samsung galaxy pocket. Do any one know how I can track it even when my sim card might have been removed.
NB. the phone was switched off when it was missing.
is there any problem .. if your in a app / games because of small screen of it ?
pls tell me.....
I found the processor is bit slow.. In a day i have to register my sim twice a time, hence there is no problem in network. the touch is very smooth and i love it too but i make a call it take at-least 30 to 40 sec to respond back even sometime worse than that
the phone is awesome and instagram works great on it and its just too handy and cool so good belive me
Deep, 29 Jul 2012Which one is best? Galaxy pocket or galaxy Y duos?I don't think you can really compare both. Pocket is a single-sim phone with a tiny 2.8" screen geared towards the budget conscious. Y duos is a dual-sim phone 3.14" screen at probably twice the price of the Pocket.
My sister owns a Y duos and she says she charges every 2 days regardless of usage. Her usage is heavy on the video side, about 2 hours a day. She checks Twitter and e-mail more than twice a day and maybe plays an hour of games on it daily.
I just got my Pocket and I notice that battery drains fairly fast. I recharge probably every 30 hours of moderate use. I mainly use it for music 2 hours daily at the gym. I don't watch videos that much because of the tiny screen. I check my e-mail and Twitter accounts twice a day. I hardly play any games because of the screen size but I turn on GPS maximum of 2 hours daily.
Your choice should really depend on your need: whether it be single or dual sim, your overall usage.
Personally, I went for the Pocket because of its larger internal memory capacity. I got tired of deleting apps that could not be stored in the SD card. I think the Pocket and Mini2 are the current Samsung Android offerings with a lower price range that have 3gb internal memory aside from the external SD card.
Hope this helps.