[deleted post]If your interested in any multimedia use then this phone is a joke.
Cannot run youtube or any video service.
Waste of money unless you are being paid to recyle this junk into something useful.
If your thinking about buying this phone seek mental wellness provider.
Respect yourself more and buy something that will work at least once before throwing it out the window.
I doubt even gravity would want this waste of plastic and false claims.
Does anyone know how to remove the quick responses from this phone can't answer any incoming calls it goes to voice mail
The samsung galaxy discover do not have 512MB of ram, it have 150MB of ram.
It was my first smartphone. So it was sort of discovery for me in terms to lern some futures and advantage that smartphone can give.
Now I have Samsung galaxy S 8 plus ☺
Does anyone know how to move apps to sd card on this phone? I don't see any "move to sd card" button for any of the apps. Thanks.
This phone isn't the best but can get the job done for texting and calling. The camera is terrible though, with no front facing camera or flash at all. The battery life will last the day if you use the phone for texting and calling only. Not lots of space is included with the phone. The price is very low so this is a good phone if you want to pay a little bit of money.
I've been using this the last three years. For phone calls and light texting, it's fine. The keyboard is small, if you have large or callused fingers you're going to need a stylus. For browsing, it's very slow. 2GB of RAM crawls along with Facebook, forget about loading any videos. The photos and video camera works fine, not fantastic, but good enuf. Cheap phone, does the job. If you want to do a lot of browsing better get something with more RAM
used this phone for a couple years. It is a low cost phone that is good for texting and talking and maybe using wifi once in a while. If you want a phone to use a lot of data on then get a data package and your carrier will set up with the phone of the month on a data plan and a Contract if your not into that then. a newer version of this phone will do. I say a newer version because this phone was low end when introduced. At this point in time you can get a S2, a HTC amaze or iphone 4 for the same price and any of these phones will do more than Just txt and talk.
AnonD-209065, 05 Oct 2015I bought this phone in 2012 for $100 and it came with a free sim card ($20) as well as $10 air... moreIf you payed $100 you were overpaying this wasn't worth more than $75 new. Max.
paddy, 29 Aug 2015I new a new Samsung discover sgh 5730 m cell phoneI can factory reset mine and you can have it for under $50. I hate mine and if I "lose" it I might get a new one.
I bought this phone in 2012 for $100 and it came with a free sim card ($20) as well as $10 airtime to get you started. It was my first Android phone, and is a decent basic phone. The screen is very low-res with horrid colours as its only 256K colours versus 16M for most smartphones. The battery is crap. The adreno 200 and 800mhz cortex A5 are very weak, so gaming won't work unless playing low quality games. All in all, its a good first phone to give a kid or an older person who doesn't need bells and whistles. But its truly a brick.
oliversmomrn, 01 May 2015How do I change the SIM card on this phone? You have to take the battery out of the back and the SIM card is behind it. Just pull the back case off, it won't break.
I love this phone! I have had it for over and year and it works really well and glitches every once and a while but it a great phone with a camera that works if you just want to capture a few special moments :) There are some reviews out there that say this isn't the best phone but for me it's great and I use it a lot for social media and games.
i had samsung galaxy discovery of model sgh-s730m and was stolen by somebody. i heard that there is a possibility to get it back through google. is it possible for google to indicate which sim number is inserted and be used in this mobile? if possible my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org