Summary: Nice well made product. Used with AT&T go phone SIM card. Down loaded over 450 contacts And Cal. from MS outlook. Voice commands do not work unless you have DATA PK or on Wi-Fi. Nice size screen. Not too big to fit in a pocket.
Summary: The Exhilarate is a very nice and inexpensive phone. It is loaded with features that are common to the Galaxy family although this phone is now somewhat dated sporting a 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor and limited power/battery capacity.
Summary: I got this Galaxy Exhilarate because I had some great success with my Galaxy S III, but wanted to give this to my wife, who did not want anything as big as the "III". I felt this was the right choice because it was not as huge as the higher end phones and I felt that it hit the "sweet spot" as far...
Summary: a pretty good starter for a smartphone for a techno fool like me. pretty easy to use. not enough information in manual, like what to do when you constantly get low storage message. nice pictures, no zoom. good sound quality on both ends which is important with elderly parents to talk to.
A good phone but could use longer battery life and more memory.
19 May 2014
Summary: This is a good phone but not an excellent one. It has two major problems as far as I am concerned. The first one is the battery life is extremely short. The second problem is the lack of memory on the phone itself. It only has 1.4 GB available to put apps in.
Summary: A great cell phone by a leader in the field. This model is affordable and yet provides most all that the typical user may need. A little slow and short on memory for the fanatic cell phone user , but, just fine for most everyone else.