Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Indulge / R910
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very good device for what i paid, does what I needed it for. no service.
22 August 2013
Summary: i purchased for about 25.00 and for that price this is a very nice little device. It has a nice sized screen with sharp clear picture I use to watch feature length movies (700mb to 2.38gb in size) on my way to and from work, it plays most file types from flv to mkv, avi to mp4 and of course 3gp and mp3, I also listen to mp3 music (has 3.5mm headphone port and very loud speaker for a cell phone) and play free game apps downloaded from the google play app store on it.
Good Value once battery issues are dealt with in MetroPCS network.
9 December 2012
Summary: This Samsung Galaxy Indulge is the last of the Android phones with a slide out keyboard for Metro PCS. If you have large fingers that are not touchscreen friendly and hate $100+ phone bills then this may be a good option for you. This runs the older Froyo from 2011 and is not upgradeable so do not expect to run the latest generation of droid apps.
Summary: I purchased the phone since it was a 4G phone for metro. I had a 3G and figured it would run faster. The phone did run fast, but not by much. I purchased the phone used in July and the phones home key stopped working within a week or so, and by October the back button no longer worked either so I am unable to use the phone. I would not buy ANY other metro phone in my life again.
Summary: its an awesome phone but if it doesnt come with its original sim card then its only good for parts. I have spoken with metroPCS and Samsung and the sim card is non-replacable. So unless your Galaxy Indulge broke and just need new one but still have sim card....your in business. If you think you can buy phone and then buy sim card later...bad luck. without original sim card this phone is a paperweight.
waste of time not knowing what alltel already knew about the program chip
8 March 2012
Summary: i purchased the samsung indulge believeing i would be able to connect to metro pcs i discovered that the phone supplier had and as a routine removes the program chip leaving the phone useless unless being used for spare parts they did return my money but if i was aware in advance i wouldn't of spent time whith this headache