Summary: This was my first smartphone, and it is easy to navigate- I'll give it that much at least. But soon after buying it I was informed by a Cricket employee that this phone has more issues than any other phone she'd seen before. After having it less than three months I'm GLAD that Cricket being bought by AT&T means I need to get a new phone. Within a month of buying it the phone would randomly drop all cell signal and wouldn't get it again until I reset it.
Summary: I have absolutely nothing to compare my Samsung Discover phone for the purpose of a review. I have owned and used my phone for about two months. After a mildly frustrating learning period, I got the hang of this type of phone and I am decently happy with it . My phone has not frozen, nor have site load-times been long enough to irritate me. My main gripe is the lack of updated support info on samsung.com.
Pros: Built-in speakers, Bright display, Inexpensive, Realistic color, Lightweight, fits nicely in my pockets
Summary: This is a horrible product. It freezes when you try to answer a phone call, it turns off by itself, not very much memory, not really worth to spend your money!. Save your money and buy something that isn't worthless and that actually works!
Summary: Everything about this device is terrible. Performance sucks. Slow, laggy, many applications are not compatible with the device. Loading time for simple applications like mail or messaging can be rediculously slow at times. Keyboard crashes often. Build quality is cheap and not durable whatsoever. Touchscreen is not well calibrated, video playback is very glitchy. Loading web pages takes way too long, even on WiFi.
Pros: Inexpensive, Lightweight
Cons: Poor quality, Not high def, Did not meet expectations