Reviews and Problems with Samsung R910 / Galaxy Indulge
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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: Snappy little phone, battery life a bit short but an extended battery really does the trick.Make sure that you reside in a 4g lte area to get the full experience. Over all i am very impressed with this phone because it has a slide out keyboard and my big fingers do not do well on the android screen keyboard. I am very satisfied with this phone and Metro Pcs ,unlimited service, unlimited data and texting and all for 50 bucks a month What else can one want.
Summary: Previously I had the LG optimus M for metro pcs, But I could not stand, not having a physical qwerty keyboard. This phone was perfect for me even though it comes up short in a few areas. The battery life on the original battery was not great I could get 4 and some times 5 hours of talking and surfing the web. I bought an extended and I get a lot more talk and web time, however it does add to the thickness of the phone, which maybe a turn off to some.
Pros: 4g for only 60/month plays most video formats decent call quality easy to root screen is responsive phone has an easy learning curve
Cons: some apps come out later for the galaxy because metro is low on the priority list network is very slow when you are out of 4g coverage (4g drops to 1x) battery life could be better (a lot better)
Pros: I really like the Galaxy Indulge a lot. I love the Android features and I like the screen responsiveness. I had a first generation Droid on Verizon previously, and while that phone had a better battery, I like the Indulge's feel and overall performance b
Cons: The battery life is horrible! If you want an android phone for business (for many calls and automatic email), this is not the phone for you. I originally set mine up just like I had my droid, with two email accounts being updated automatically and other
Summary: I have to say the Galaxy Indulge is a good phone with some inherent flaws. I'm also out side of Metro's 4g network, so my reception is a bit spotty in various places. PROS; Very fast response times on menus, selections, etc... Very well integrated with Google stuff like Gmail and calendar (since it's an Android) Handles like a mini computer with lots of customizing potential.