av, 21 Dec 2014My camera not working in grand prime. It shows error msf "camera failed"... what to do?if camera failed is written switch off or restart u r mobile then go to camera...camera will work sometime it gets problem
lolololol, 13 Dec 2014lol no screen protection glassConsidering that people who have phones with gorilla glass still use tempered glass... Well. Haha.
My camera not working in grand prime. It shows error msf "camera failed"... what to do?
Well, it is this year's flagship's cheap ripoff from Samsung. A poor version of the S5.
Good phone for mid-range.
But plz anybody confirm, is it really support usb otg. Because in my country it support otg!! but other not!
Satyam , 13 Dec 2014stopped reading the review after I saw the screen resolution +1
I think Samsung are exquisite in execution their parts bin, however one should have LTE this days. It is the future and should be on all mobiles. For me the Nokia 636 and 735 represent better overall value particularly if you can buy them online cheap. They have the latest technology and software. This mobile will sell but will have an early exit to the rubbish bin because it will not be upgraded. HTC has the same problem. They have boxed themselves in a corner. So be careful with what you buy. It is just not price and looks. It must last the distance.
Comparing to other mobiles prime is very good.less price and great performance
If you read the fine print closely you will find that the galaxy grand prime uses a PLS screen, which in a nutshell is Samsung's version of IPS technology.
AnonD-77925, 13 Dec 2014What do you mean by most laptops and desktops have half 720p? Last time I checked most laptops... moreAt first sight I didn't know what they meant with that so I find your question understandable. However later on I found out that they're talking about the ppi. The ppi on a laptop or desktop is about 90% of the time around the 100ppi.
For example: 1920x1080 on a 22 inch desktop monitor gives you 100ppi and 720x1280 on a 15 inch notebook will also give you 100ppi. This is half the ppi of the grand prime
Having the same resolution in a 5" screen that you have in a 14" or bigger is just useless. I use my very cheap phone with the same resolution of the Grand prime, to manage servers via rdp. And it works ok. There is no way to use a full desktop in a phone screen, you will always need zoom.
Even with pictures and games, if you really want to see the detail you will always use zoom.
So the hype about larger and larger resolutions and bigger ppis in small screens is getting absurd. Those zillion pixels are becoming simply invisibles and just a marketing moniker.
What do you mean by most laptops and desktops have half 720p? Last time I checked most laptops were running 1366x768 and desktops 1920x1080.