Anonymous, 17 Oct 20164g support or not this mobileIs this mobile supports 4G?
Hello im interested in buying this phone. im in south africa any idea where i can get it?
I had this phone for about a year now, I can say it's...okay.It has a decent battery capacity of 2600mah, decent camera (it's very blurry), and has a good screen size.Some things I really hate about this phone is:Very low storage (8gb really?), low ram, no VR support, alot of input lag, choppy framerate, connection problems, and battery drain is very quick, last's about 7 hours on regular use.I don't recommend this game for games, as it has pretty low performance, low graphics, and minimal storage.
phone doesn't ring. Goes stright to voice m. Settings are in the apps? Isn't this kinda strange. Never get calls. Even vm doesn't work. Hangs up on you before it connects.
The phone is great. The battery can handle you for atleast one day. The camera is superb comparing to other cheap phones, my phone has 1.5g RAM and anroid5.1. The browsing is a bit disappointing though, you will have to wait for bit but it's good for the price. The best thing it does not heat up much when playing big games like xplane10
My Grand Prime gets hot, will not hold memory (even with 64g SD). Never noticed any HD. The one game I play shows pixels and not correct image.
Can't load pictures to FB, can't load FB messenger. Etc. What the heck?
GD_Belgium, 06 Oct 2016Yes it support 4G i got a grand prime but screen is broken :s If screen is broken take it to your phone company service place and they'll send it away to be repaired. Ask for loan phone to replace yours until return.
Generally any phone with o/s 4.0 or higher is capable of supporting OTG devices, but it is up to the individual manufacturers discretion. As far as I know, Samsung phones have had OTG support since o/s 3.1 so it is most likely the SGGP will have it. The SGGP came out November 2014. My phone is the SG Core LTE and it came out in September 2014 and it supports OTG. The phone I had before the Core was the Samsung Galaxy SIIX running Gingerbread o/s (2.5) and it could support OTG and that came out about five years ago. So Samsung is ahead in the curve for OTG support in all their devices from an earlier date than most manufacturers.