Summary: I highly recommend this smartphone to everyone, because it is light-weight, multifunctional (GPS, Wifi, Internet, many applications allowed) and one of the most important things is its quad-core feature that allows you to adapt it to different telecom bandwith range for international users.
Summary: I purchased this phone from Hassle Free Cell!! The phone was as described.. It is unlocked! I live in Barbados W.I, on arrival i placed my sim card in and wha la!!! No issues, it works like a dream. Now everyone wants one. lol I love it!! Excellent android entry level phone. It came with Andriod Froyo, I was able to upgrade to Gingerbread.
Excerpt: the phone is good but not great i'm a former blackberry user switched to android and quite frankly the phone is not up to par to fully enjoy android, and when i mean enjoy i mean playing games on the phone its good for low graphic games in 2D sprites but full 3D games lag, i've come to understand and like both the android and the galaxy ace once you pass that sour taste you'll be using your phone to the best of its own limits and that where the ace shines.
Pros: Good looking phone, Good camera, Good for social apps e.g. twitter, facebook, Great for 2D gaming, Good battery life
Cons: U.I lags, Low Ram, Low prossesor, Not that good for 3D gaming
Summary: This cost $184 but isn't worth $20 or even free. When it said SIM CARD CRASH for my AT&T SIM that works perfectly over another phone, I tried not to blame the phone and went ahead to get a T-mobile prepaid. I discover that the internet speed is exeedingly slow (2G instead of 3G). I again take it as a service provider issue and don't blame the phone. I buy a T-mobile prepaid (at least the card gets read though the internet speed is lousy at best).