Reviews and Problems with Samsung S5830 / S5839 / Galaxy ACE / Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss / Cooper / La Fleur
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good happy as long as i don`t use the apps gps.
10 February 2014
Summary: I bought 2 of them the same I couldn`t afford new ones. then I found out you can get them cheaper. still learning how to work the thing. they eat the credit real quick if you don`t keep an eye on them.
Summary: I got the Samsung Galaxy Ace on contract and initially was really excited, but then the cracks started to show. The ease of use is great and the size of screen is fab, but after a few weeks I noticed the bad side. The battery life is terrible if you use apps a lot, I found my journey to and from work would drain the battery. The memory is not as roomy as other phones.
Excerpt: The problem with this phone is clearly the lack of memory and it's a big problem. Were you able to transfer the came with apps to the sd card this would not have been an issue. I have been left with a phone that rejects incoming messages with barely any other messages or pics stored with a virtually empty sd card that you can't use to any capacity.
Summary: Already had a Galaxy Ace. As I have a good service I bought one for my son. Looks lovely, easy to use, battery life is really the only thing I would improve. It does charge reasonably quickly however.
Summary: I have this phone on a two year contract. When the contract ends I will most probably change phones, not for the fact I do not like it (because I actually love this phone), but because technology is always changing and I want to experience new things on offer. Advantages: This phone is easy to use, if you are use to touch screens, and has a button at the bottom to exit applications, and two touch buttons: one for going back a page, and the other for opening up menus.
Pros: Easy to use, varied selection of applications, sufficient camera
Cons: Cannot delete applications which came pre loaded, and can have short battery life