Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus / S7500
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Juan Gallegos, Amazon
8 January 2014
Summary: I bought this phone for use in Peru and had no problems with it whatsoever. I was worried about being able to use the SIM card on the small cell phone I bought in Lima with the Galaxy, but it transferred all the data and worked immediately. No problems with the battery, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and the reception was better than most phones I tried out in Lima.
Excerpt: Although it is a great phone with a lot of pluses, it is not a USA phone. It is Australian. It can't be registered online at the US Samsung site and when I tried to register it at the AU site I could not get through the form because of country and telephone number. Even their mail in form does not have the correct spaces etc.. I haven't tried registering by phone yet so that is the next step. Even if I get it registered, it's probably a throw away phone.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy to Use, Quality Construction
Summary: Just got this international phone and I live in dallas TX, and it works fine on solavei/t-mobile service. From what I gather is, however, being an international version, it is not compatible with 3G/4G networks in the US. So it's simply a 2G phone. But when I have the wifi (at home, work and other places that provide wifi) turned on it is faster than my previous 3G LG phone.
Excerpt: This is a pretty good phone. It's screen is big enough for me to comfortably use it. It's pixel density may be low, but it's actually pretty good when you're using it. It's worth the money you'd likely pay for.
Pros: Good camera., Nice display., Long battery life.
Cons: Sometimes there's serious lag that needs me to remove the battery in order to use it., Browsing the Internet is not comfortable.
Summary: As a bit of a technophobe I found this phone was easy to use and compact. The instructions were good and meets my needs as I am not a person who is addicted and needs to have their phone in their hands all day.
Summary: After a long and happy relationship with my dear old Samsung slider, we realised that our text-life had become dull and predictable (or should that be "predictive"?). As our children had grown up and moved away we took the decision to separate. Yes it's sad, but my eye had been turned by a sleek, sexy young model and, as we're both adults, we were able to make the move with the minimum of fuss.