Summary: I was a little surprised at the size and it seems to not function as well as my previous Samsung phones- not sure if it is just this model. It is a nice size and not as large and clunky and it has less buttons which can be a positive for someone who likes simplicity.
Summary: This phone works well with Straight-Talk service. The only problem with the operation is that the internet features and apps are European. Support is from Samsung.UK instead of Samsum.com. Otherwise, it does what I need to do!
Summary: Warning: the frequency 3G (internet) of this smartphone is 900 and 2100. AT&T use 850 and 1900. T-Mobile uses 1700. Then, no goo for 3G in T-Mobule ant A&T. For talking is good in both. For internet working only in edges, but is too slow.
Excerpt: unusable phone, I do not understand why it's a smartphone. phone is good only for making calls. If you use Internet, download mobile apps as recommended. after a few starts to download a few apps phone freezes for a few seconds and you start getting annoying.
Excerpt: First up, Let me make it clear! This is not a phone for you if you are passionate about new android operating systems. Because this phone comes with the old android version which is 2.3. When I write this article, the present Android OS in the market is KitKat which is of version 4.4.
Pros: Very good display, voice clarity is superb
Cons: Over a long run, processor tends to become slow . Old operating sytem
Summary: The Galaxy Plus is a "no frills" smart phone and doesn't let Samsung down. My purchase was for a mobile locked to the 'Orange' network and on receipt discovered that it was 'O2'. I therefore had to unlock it for £15. (Not amused!). I would have sent it back but needed it straight away.