luku, 27 Feb 2013which colour to go for white or metallic blue?I prefer blue, I too bought yesterday..
kingdennis, 28 Feb 2013planning to buy this phone first week of march, just wondering for those who have a galaxy gra... moreI bought one yesterday. Unfortunately it does not work. :-( Tested it with a Keyboard, Mouse, Pendrive. None of these worked.
i am stuck between HTC One S and Samsung galaxy grand. please can u suggest which one to go for? genuine assistance will be highly appreciated.. thanks
akash, 27 Feb 2013plz can u tell me how to update phone software. . . . when i m checking software update it is... moreGo to settings - about device - software update - update. Don't know anything about the error you getting.
Samsung outlets are always expensive. Buy it from other stores or online, and you will get it for around 19900 or even less. I myself bought the phone for 20300 on 15th feb. And now it's even cheaper.
here specification shows that it has 8 gb internal memory but i purchased phone before 3 days and it has 4 gb internal memory....
can anybody help me to tell me abt its internal memory
its amazing....I left s3 fr this....the screen although less pixel density than s3 but soothing!!!
sai, 27 Feb 2013battry backup is very slow and charging also very slow ... Use a High rated Charger of 1A for charging, Should be able to charge in 45 to 75 Mins
planning to buy this phone first week of march, just wondering for those who have a galaxy grand duos, can you please confirm that it supports USB OTG like stated here at gsmarena. thanks in advance.
manjuntha iam yousing this mobile for long back but this mobile is verey good but reat is verey costliy informetion given to the cus to dont by this cand fof mobile and your working in small company mins just you can by some other mobile informetion given to the cus // mahadev
Missing some important features in the Grand, TV-Out, HD display, document editor etc. In this range of phones these features should definately be added.
Great Business Phone for those people that travel or look after multiple countries. I've had dual sim HaiPai Nobles, Galaxy Y Duos, Galaxy S Duos and now the Grand Duos. I have my NZ and Australia SIMS in the phone and it works really well. No lag in openning apps like there was on the "S" Duos. Good screen size but not too big that it doesn't fit in a suit jacket or trouser pocket. Battery life that lasts an average day from 7:00am - 10:00pm with calls emails and a bit of route planning on maps & tripview.
If you are a gamer or a movie viewer, screen res may be a negative but that's not my usage. The only other slightly negative is only one SIM slot is 3G. (But it is Telstra Australia's 3G frequency, unlike my previous Galaxy S). I'd recommend it, well worth the USD445