i have this phone. its quite good but one problem is that after some days of its use i am having problem like when i connect this device to my laptop its connected by USB but no other connection details are shown on my mobile phone. afterwards i is to take my cell to Samsung gallery for its formatting.
this phone is very good. net downloading is very fast
a am very much satisfied with this phone
one of d best entry level smartphone.good sound quality.fast performance but 2g speed is slow..
i have this phone just last year and its great.. though, it has a small internal memory but i still love it... cool... my friends too have this unit..
please how i can using my phone without internet.i haven't got wifi and internet
I've got this phone, and it's a good first phone - three of my friends also have it! However, it doesn't have much internal storage space, like the other samsung galaxys, so if you want a few apps, quite a bit of music (like me!) and quite a few photos, it's not enough (but if you don't need to much data it's great!). Some good alternatives that I'm looking into are the Huawei Ascend Y300 or the LG 3 ii or LG 5 ii.
I've been using this phone since October 2012. Here is a detailed review about this phone: The first thing you see in this phone is its 3'' TFT screen with very less pixel density, for a entry level phone, the screen size is acceptable however the quality of screen isn't very good. In sunlight, it's really hard to see the screen unless you make the brightness to full. The screen is responsive but it's not enough responsive. You can see the power button on the right side and the volume up and down keys on the left side which are easy to reach. There's a menu capacitive touch key on the bottom right, a back touch key on the bottom left and in the middle there's a physical button to multi task. Sometimes the touch keys don't respond. Music quality of this phone is awesome if not amazing, the earphones that comes with this phone is of nice quality but the earphones aren't comfortable to plug in the ears. Call quality is nice, you can slide on the green circle to accept a phone call or slide in the red circle to end the call, it's worth to mention that whenever you put the phone on your ears during a call, the screen turns off automatically and if placed far from your ears during a call, the screen turns on. The build quality of this phone is nice but due to its being made of plastic, the phone gets finger prints easily, it's worth to put a cover if you care. This phone runs on Android 2.3. 6 Gingerbread which is outdated these days and there are no software updates available for this phone and i don't think there will be one. The phone has 832 Mhz ARM v6 processor coupled with 290 MB RAM out of which 100 MB is free, due to this many HD games don't play smooth, however some games can be played buy performing root which voids the warranty, and multitasking is a pain on this phone, however you can open three or four application at a time but it will most probably slow down your phone. Some applications crashes after using it for a long time, say 3-4 hours. SwiftKey is one of those applications. The internal memory of this phone is only around 190 MB on which you can only install applications, a SD card must be inserted to save music, pictures, etc. The battery is of 1200 mAh which gives a decent amount of battery backup on Standby time but the battery discharges quite quickly on continuous usage. There's 3G, bluetooth, wifi, wifi hotspot on this phone. I noticed that some 3G SIM cards don't work, think it's a technical issue of this phone. I bought this phone for 7000 but now the price is about 5000. I'd not suggest anyone this phone because this phone is laggy and one can't have a great user experience. The phone heats up if you're using it continously. You can spend some more and opt for the Lumia 520 which offers awesome features and have a top notch user experience. An entry level Android is never good, because it has poor user experience, so stay away from those cheap dirt Android phones. (= Please note: You can't have a smooth user experience in any Android devices which are entry and mid level. If your budget is 5000 go for Nokia Asha 501, it's a smooth phone, does everything. Android OS was written in Java VM due to which it lags, and the lag will be always there no matter if the phone has quad core or Octa core. If you care about user experience and your budget is 5,000 then without a second thought you should buy the Nokia Asha 501 and if your budget is over 10,000 then buy a Nokia Lumia.
your phone is battary is very low .i have use this phone . plz. short out this problem as soon as possible
Iam going to buy my 1st android i need a good camera with flash, 3 or 4 apps, and some net surf , video is galaxy ace is for me or suggest me
Prathik, 25 Jul 2013I like I want to buy this mobile. i dont no it is good or bad, please give some suggesstions. what is the today price of this mobile
it is gud fone on this price i m fully satisfied wid this fone its support whats app''''' viber and skype and.its sound is vry good bass this fone is full fill my basic needs gud samsung keep it up
The handset is not giving proper battery timing. It hardly run for 24hrs without any extra usage.
coco, 23 Jul 2013i have a problem my phone can lose a network if i am in same location.why?