Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Discover / R740
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Sound quality 7
Battery performance 3
Build quality 6
What a shame.
Jkennedy, Phone Arena
31 December 2013
Excerpt: What a shame that phones this bad still exist in the age of Android 4.0. Upgraded to this after my Optimus One became essentially unusable, and was dissapointed with what I got. Low resolution screen, bad camera, no front camera, slow processor, barely any RAM (even less than the outdated Optimus...
Pros: ICS, Decent built in storage for such a cheap phone
Cons: Ridiculously bad battery life, Not enough RAM to run anything, Slow processor, Slow UI, Bad camera
Summary: Nice phone but the lack of a manual of any kind makes a frustrating experience to start using it immediately. Some of the functions are non-intuitive. Once one goes over the initial difficulties, it's a good phone.
Summary: Ordered this online, and we had it within days!! Great shipping time from Future Shop! The phone itself is a great choice, especially for a starter phone or, as we did, for a teen. Fast responses, good download speeds, plenty of space onboard, and access to the Google Play site.
Summary: This product has repeatively stopped working (forcing me to remove the battery and restart the phone) Also the phone should have a camera on the front and back of the phone. I wish to inform those thinking of buying this product not do so.
Summary: Essentially the phone is not of a high quality like the fusion I presently have but the price is right. Also, it does not have the hot-spot feature I was looking for. I should have checked that before I unlocked the phone.
Summary: I looks nice, a great size. Battery is average, gets me through the day. But freezes if I turn off the wifi and turn it on again, lags constantly or completely freezes and requires a restart. No flash or screen light up, can not block numbers.
Summary: This seemed like a steal. It was great value as a prepaid...or so it seemed. Compact, speedy, new OS etc. Did everything I needed it to do. Except maintain a charge. It would run down the battery in half a day and no changing of the settings could fix it. Think I got a lemon, sadly.