Summary: I did not realize that this phone was actually a AT&T phone that you could use through Straight talk and that this meant that it works on the AT&T towers. I don't know if it was just this phone but it would not connect to cell towers, kept restarting, and froze. I ended up returning it because Straight talk was not able to get it to work.
Summary: Loving this Samsung Galaxy. But serious users of smart phones will be disappointed with limitation on memory for additional Android apps and just rear camera. It serves all my needs with Consumer Cellular.
Summary: Works well with my phone. I recently took the screen off and put a new one on. After couple years of using my phone, my screen is still perfectly clear. No scratch. The screen protector did what is supposed to be doing - protect the screen.
Excerpt: *Don't own this phone anymore* Build quality is okay but I got some marks on it after just light use even on the screen and I never dropped it but the plastic back cover is flawless, paint on the side of the device started to tear away. Reception good, call quality good. Internet was so laggy almost unusable. Music app is very basic but the speaker is okay and it has FM Radio. Camera is great for photos and video recording sucks (240p).
Pros: Camera takes good photos, Micro-SD card slot, Replaceable battery
Cons: Battery life about 30 minutes, Video recording is really bad, Laggy, Games like 'Fruit Ninja' lag, Old version of Android