Samsung Galaxy Apollo
Samsung's Galaxy Apollo offers a multi-touch screen and a good range of features at a relatively low price point.
Samsung Galaxy Apollo GT-i5801 review
The Android-based Samsung Galaxy Apollo GT-i5801's slick touchscreen, reasonably powerful processor and impressive multimedia features help it rise above the moderately priced smart-phone competition
alaTest has collected and analysed 76 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the usability and GPS navigation. The value for money and design are also appreciated, whereas some have doubts about the apps and reliability. There are some mixed opinions about the screen and battery.
Consumer Ratings & Reviews
‘‘Cheep and Best’’
this is little phone and cheep phone this little phone contain lots of future
Mohan on 2011-12-23
‘‘Ease of use’’
Very happy with my phone. All the functions needed to get email and to view social network sites and internet. Ease of use to listen to music and ability to download many android apps.
‘‘this product is good’’
i have this phone for nearly a year now........it is a very good phone......gives me everything i need and because of the anroid market i can get all the apps i want. however the battrey on this devic...
KuLZZZZ on 2011-08-31
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can the Samsung Apollo get a version 2.2 upgrade?
praj on 2011-02-08
It is upgradeable, but samsung are saying that a Froyo (2.2) update will not be released any time soon.
buler1233 on 2011-03-25
Will Samsung Appolo get a 2.2 Froyo update?
Godofvectors on 2011-03-07
No. Samsung are not planning to release a Froyo update anytime soon.
butler1233 on 2011-03-25