Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 / G7100 / G7102 / G7105 / SM-G710
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Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 vs Xolo Q1100: battle of the budget beaters
15 March 2014
Excerpt: In the wake the launch of the ultra popular Motorola Moto G, there have been some great launches for the mid-range dual SIM market. Even smaller brands like Xolo have been targeting the Moto G since its official launch throughout the world.
Conclusion: Plus two CPU cores, +100ppi, LTE, a bigger screen, beefier battery and looking sharper, the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is a sequel made in heaven. Then again, we're talking Samsung and dual SIM, so that could've easily been another sequel made in ... a hurry.
Pros: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE; quad-band 3G with HSPA, LTE, Optional dual-SIM, 5.25" 16M-color 720p capacitive touchscreen; 280ppi, Android OS v4.3 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz UI, Quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, Adreno 305 GPU; Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400, 1.5GB of RAM, 8MP autofocus camera with LED f...
Cons: Only 5GB of inbuilt storage available to user out of box, No KitKat at launch, Overly reflective screen with poor sunlight legibility
Excerpt: Samsung has done some substantial upgrades this time and tried to fix the mistakes it made on the first Galaxy Grand. We can say that they have actually succeeded this time. Grand 2 is an excellent phone if you are looking for a large screen phone with good performance.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is a typical smartphone from the Samsung factory. It is comparatively thinner than the previous edition and comes with a slightly bigger display. The faux leather in white looks elegant but the cheap metal around the sides doesn’t add any shine to it.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 (SM-G7102) is an upgraded version of the popular Galaxy grand. There are a lot of differences between these two models. The Grand 2 comes powered by quad core processor and sports a 5.2 inch screen with 720p resolution. This dual SIM handset is priced at under Rs. 23,000.
Summary: Samsung did very well with its Grand smartphone in the country but somewhere down the line one felt that in current market scenario the phone did lag behind the competition and only thing that worked was its brand reputation.
Summary: Like it or loathe it, Samsung’s Galaxy Grand was the large-screened Samsung phone for the masses last year, a runaway hit despite its iffy performance and sub-standard display. Clearly, the large-screen-at-a-steal proposition and Samsung’s Galaxy branding worked tremendously in the Grand’s favor for...
Pros: Good build quality, snappy performance, decent camera
Summary: Samsung went on to announce the launch of the Galaxy Grand series of smartphones last year and the original Samsung Galaxy Grand went on to sell well and became the almost-best selling smartphone for the company in the mid-budget range.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is the upgraded version of highly popular smartphone Galaxy Grand. Galaxy Grand took the smartphone market by storm and it helped Samsung in increasing their market share. With Galaxy grand 2 company is trying to repeat the success story.
Pros: Display, Build quality, Camera, Performance, Excellent battery life
Cons: Bit on the expensive side, Occasional Lag for high end games
Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 review: The Grand refresh is not worth its Rs 24,890 price tag
11 February 2014
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is officially available for Rs 24,890 but you can find it for it little lesser online and in most stores. Samsung is charging a Rs 4,000 premium over Grand Duos’s launch price and we feel this is too much for what’s on offer.