Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy ACE / Galaxy Ace Hugo Boss / Cooper / La Fleur / S5830 / S5839
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Sound quality 4
Battery performance 3
Build quality 6
4Droids, Phone Arena
10 April 2012
Excerpt: This phone is good for a basic android user. I have had it for about 2 months to be honest its not too bad. It lags a fair bit. The touch sensor sometimes screws up. But other than that its good. :) Nice look to the phone. Nice stylish look. Facebook twitter ect is great on this.
Summary: I ordered this phone on Saturday March 7, 2012 and was pretty excited as this was to be my first smart phone. I know that's funny even to me. I added next day delivery and got it on Monday as projected, so everything up until this point had been satisfactory. Opening the package, I found everything to be as it should be at first glance. However, when anyone drops this kind of money, they are going to do a thorough review of the product no matter what it is.
Summary: "I purchase the Samsung Galaxy Ace to replace a Samsung Focus. The unit work fine except the cell phone frequency is not compatible with my service provider AT&T and I am not able to use the internet service outside a Wi-fi network.
Summary: Gran smartphone para el precio, excelentes prestaciones, super liviano y con un muy buen procesador. Me sorprendió gratamente el hecho de que aunque en las especifiaciones del producto dice que trae Android 2.2 realmente vino con Android 2.3.6 y anda muuuuy rápido. En cuanto al envío fue inmejorable, incluso más rápido de lo que esperaba.
Summary: I purchased this phone for a couple of months and to be honest is my first experience with smartphones, because it has taken me several days to get familiar with its operation, and I went from having a regular phone to this incredibly functional gadget and change has been a noticeable leap, its 800 mHz processor is quite fast and efficient. The touch screen is very good quality, sensible, scratch resistent (gorilla glass), decent amazing definition and brightness.
Summary: This phone is unlocked alright, but comes from Chile. Now, I don't know if that covers warranty in the US. The language is Spanish when you start up the phone. Also, a lot of wasted apps are pre-installed.
Summary: I am from Viet Nam, and I bought this one. I think it is an Unlocked World Smartphone International Version so it works well in my country. I did put some Sim Cards (both in the USA $ Viet Nam) into it but it require: enter network lock control key. I contacted the seller but they did not reply me. I do not know what happened and I really feel very disappointed. Who can help me?.
Summary: We decided to give up the Nokia smart phone and try an Android. This phone is much easier to use than the Nokia and has every feature we wanted including FM Radio, camera, calendar, WIFI, and more. We also wanted it to be unlocked as we use the Go Phone pay as you Go cards so we control the cost! The only negative was that it came in a non-English language. We watched a You Tube that walked us through the steps to change it to English and after that it was fine.