Samsung A460

Samsung A460 Front View


January 2002


  • Musical
  • Stylish and slim
  • Polyphonic ringtones
  • Text messaging


Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5

a460 sucks

Reviewed on Monday May 23, 2005 by , PA
don't touch this phone. the display will *DEFINITELY* stop working after a year or so.
1 Star out of 5

Engineered Obsolescence

Reviewed on Friday March 11, 2005 by , Toronto
I am convinced that this phone is designed to malfunction within days or weeks of the warranty period. The screen died on the first one about 1 week after the warranty period. I've had the second one for just over 1 year. It has started to shut itself off [with fully charged battery randomly about 3 or 4 times a day]. I need a phone that stays on. Unreliable.
3 Stars out of 5

Response to dude from Montreal

Reviewed on Monday November 15, 2004 by , Canada
Not a review for the phone, sorry. Just wanted to respond to what the dude below said:

SPH A460
Reviewer: Azura, Montreal
Date Reviewed: November 25, 2003

Scroll down to read his review. He said, "Why anyone would want the hockey night in Canada song to play as a ringer is beyond me" Well, I'll tell you why. It's a catchy tune, it is patriotic (something many Canadians could learn from our friends to the south), and it's a great conversation piece while travelling. Ever been in a foreign place and wonder if there were any fellow Canadians? Well, just ring that phone and they'll be introducing themselves to ya! Anyway, everyone's entitled to their own opinion, so this was just mine. Oh, by the way, why anyone would want just a simple ring, ring, is beyond me too.
1 Star out of 5

This phone is a piece of ...

Reviewed on Sunday October 31, 2004 by , USA
Please do not buy this phone, or even take it with a free offer. It is a nice, small, compact, piece of junk. Drops calls, doesn't ring, screen doesn't have a long lifespan. However, it is a great phone if you don't really need a cell phone, my 1 year old loves to play with it now, that's all it's good for. I'd take two empty soup cans tied together with a string before I ever use this thing again.
Please learn from my experience. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PHONE.