Samsung Galaxy Ch@t

Samsung Galaxy Ch@t
Samsung Galaxy Ch@t smartphone was launched in August 2012. The phone comes with a 2.97-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 pixels by 320 pixels

The Samsung Galaxy Ch@t is powered by 850MHz and it comes with 512MB of RAM. cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Ch@t packs a 2-megapixel primary camera on the rear.

The Samsung Galaxy Ch@t runs Android 4 and is powered by a 1200mAh non removable battery. It measures 118.90 x 59.30 x 11.70 (height x width x thickness).

The Samsung Galaxy Ch@t is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts a Regular SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer.





Front Camera



 240x320 pixels




 Android 4



Rear Camera


Battery capacity

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Samsung Galaxy Ch@t detailed specifications
Alternate names GT-B5330
Release date August 2012
Form factor Bar
Dimensions (mm) 118.90 x 59.30 x 11.70
Battery capacity (mAh) 1200
Removable battery No
Colours White,Black
SAR value NA
Screen size (inches) 2.97
Touchscreen Yes
Resolution 240x320 pixels
Processor 850MHz 
Expandable storage type microSD
Rear camera 2-megapixel
Flash No
Front camera No
Operating System Android 4
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported NA
Bluetooth Yes, v 3.00
Infrared No
Headphones 3.5mm
FM Yes
SIM Type Regular
3G No
4G/ LTE No
Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor No
Gyroscope No
Barometer No
Temperature sensor No

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  •  Samsung galaxy Ch@t 08 May 2014

    2/5 stars

    By Abdul Moiz

    With the Galaxy Chat, Samsung proves that it too can make good-looking phones. We were nicely surprised by the device's stylish looks, as well as solid feel. Of course, it's all plastic, but this phone somehow manages to feel more reliable than something supposedly more premium like the Galaxy S III, for example.The screen is one of the weakest aspects of the Samsung Galaxy Chat, not because of its relatively small size, but because of its low resolution. The panel measures 3 inches, but its resolution is only 240x320 pixels, resulting in a pixel density of 133 ppi. Needless to say, this display doesn't look very good, and reading is quite difficult with it. Viewing angles are also poor, and so is outdoor visibility. But after all, it's an entry-level model, which has to be easy on the budget, and such compromises are unavoidable if the manufacturer wants to hit a very low price-point. Besides the physical QWERTY keyboard, you can also use the on screen one, which, as you might guess, isn't as comfortable, especially on that 3” display. Still, it's not that bad and is definitely usable, though we really can't think of a reason why one might choose to side with it. The physical QWERTY will offer you a quite decent input experience, plus it won't take up space on your screen With such a low-resolution screen, it should be no surprise that the browsing experience is lacking. The stock browser is quite slow, due to the 850MHz single-core processor, but that is easily fixed by installing a third-party one like Firefox, Opera or Chrome. The trouble is that reading the text on web pages is a real pain, considering the unclear and pixelized letters. The Galaxy Chat comes with a basic 2MP snapper. Still on this part? OK, so it also has a bunch of settings which are also present with pretty much every other Samsung smartphone. No surprises here. The pictures themselves aren't pretty. Colors are dull and everything is quite blurred. It's good to know that it's there, but otherwise we can't imagine that many users will be “taking advantage” of this camera.Video is captured at 320x240 and 15fps, and, as you might expect, it's very hard to look at. In our opinion, Samsung should have included at least a 3.2MP shooter in this phone. The TouchWiz music player is easy to use and pleasing to the eye (as much as the QVGA screen allows it to be). It comes with the mandatory EQ presets and the ability to set a custom EQ, but that's not all. There are also a few additional options, which allow you to add Reverb, Room Size and Clarity effects to your tunes.. The handset easily plays MPEG-4 video at resolutions that are higher than its native one . However, in order to play other codecs like DivX or Xvid, you'll have to install a third-party player like MX Player. the Galaxy Chat is a fine piece of equipment for those of you who want an affordable and good-looking smartphone, and/or those who are really into physical QWERTY keyboards. But you get what you pay for.

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  •  chat freak?? go for it. otherwise DO NOT!!! 31 May 2014

    3/5 stars

    By Ashish Sharma

    phone is not available online anymore. but still if you are a texting freak and you want that qwerty feel this is a good entry level phone. display is really small. keypad is good. keys are a little smaller than they should be. touch is satisfactory, camera is worthless and only has one rear camera. 1200 mah battery is not good. but since price is low you may go for it, but no MOTO E is the best deal in this price segment. so who wants to buy 2 year old samsung product with that typical samsung design. ;)

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  •  Not a performer. 31 May 2014

    2/5 stars

    By aayush agarwal

    A mid range smartphone with both touch and type feature. The screen proves to be very small and so is the keypad. Lacks a dedicated camera button. 512MB ram proves to be on the lesser side. The only best thing about this device is its battery backup.

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