pp, 14 Mar 2017can anyone recommend me to buy this phone? is it good? I have bought this phone before 5 months, and I would recommend it. Long battery life with medium usage, very responsive, it never freeze or delay during commands, perfect design (i own the golden color). The only thing negative for this kind of phone, is that it takes to long to fully recharge, aprox 2 hours to 100%, but it worth, since it needs to be charged once per 3 days for me.
For me, it's not 100 mb. It's around 450 mb. I've downloaded it but have not installed it yet. I want to see what others' experiences are with the update. In case it's problematic, I will not install it at all.
Hi, can someone tell me how do I enable the use of a stylus on this phone, been struggling to.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2017There is an update. Did any 1 updated. Is it nougatNo, still Marshmallow.
Very slow phone. I contacted Samsung tech support and was told that the OS takes a lot of RAM leaving very little for applications to be able to run.
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2017What is the software versiona nd size?i forget. it's about 1xx Mb.
unfortunately the old version has better battery life but the new version wasnt bad at all. it still good.
Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) Speed: HSPA 21.1/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) Speed: HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
Is this correct? J3 (2016) model supports more speed than J5 (2016)?
ace, 15 Feb 2017It fast charging , for me it will only take 2 hours to make the abtt full
Very nice features. Battery uses live long. And fast charging. Camera, display also nice.I love Super Amoled display. Fantastic phone in cheap price.I am satisfied
I am a big fan of Samsung
i have updated software yesterday officially by samsung, i forget the version, since updating the battery life is drained faster than before, i dont know why. Device performance is same no change, still good. So basically whats the purpose updating the new software? fixing the issues? nope ! i have poor battery life now.
Ajay , 06 Mar 2017Dont buy samsung midrange phones. Thease are overpriced and underpowered. They charged you 2 t... moreApple, Huawei, HTC, Samsung, Motorola they're all the same. All phones are overpriced and really only cost around £50-£100 (or whatever currency you use) to make. It's all about the brand, the more popular the more expensive.
Has anybody installed the update released for this phone hours ago? Is it the Android N os?