Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Grand / Galaxy Grand Duos / I9080 / i9082
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Samsung Galaxy Quattro
5 August 2013
Summary: It is difficult to recommend the Galaxy Grand Quattro at its price, especially since you have devices such as the Tegra 3-powered Xolo Play T1000 and the plethora of MediaTek MT6589-powered quad-core smartphones available in the market around the Rs. 15,000 price point. If however you are a Samsung loyalist, then you can consider purchasing this device.
Pros: Smooth interface, Slew of Samsung preloaded apps
Cons: Lacklustre display, Better performing smartphones available at the same price, Runs on the older Android 4.1
Summary: The latest grand offering from Samsung, Galaxy Grand Quattro is an attractively priced dual-SIM smart phone that comes with a powerful processor and Jelly Bean OS, promising to offer unbelievable mobile experience to the users. • Dual SIM • Good processing power • Decent battery life • Bright display • Poor front camera • NO AMOLED or IPS screen • No HD video recording Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro is the latest smart phone from the South Korean brand.
Pros: Dual SIM , Good processing power , Decent battery life , Bright display
Cons: Poor front camera , NO AMOLED or IPS screen , No HD video recording
Summary: At the time, when 5inch screen smartphones are all rage, Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082 attempt to hold the market seems quite impressive. A Note II look-alike, Grand has been able to win the hearts of many as soon as it was launched. And if you are looking something closer to Note II, this handset comes as a good deal.
Pros: Impressive design , Huge internal space , Easy to understand UI , Fast 3G and browsing , Good camera quality
Cons: Prone to fingerprints & scratches , Display could have been more better , No corning gorilla glass , Lacks NFC