Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy S Advance / I9070
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Samsung Galaxy S Advance Review: In Depth
27 July 2012
Conclusion: It's a good phone. If you're coming from a Samsung Galaxy Ace or Galaxy Mini, the Galaxy S Advance will make for a great upgrade, but we can't shake off two things: we've seen this formula from Samsung countless times before and we're getting an out of date version of Android. If neither of these negatives matter for you, the £300-£330 asking price of the S-Advance is fair, however if they do, you may want to stump up an extra £30-40 for a better specced, ICS...
Pros: Build quality, Bright, vibrant screen, Expandable & well connected
Conclusion: Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance has absolutely no major drawbacks, which makes it a splendid mid-range Android device. We are more than content with its design, the hardware has no troubles handling every day tasks with ease, and the in-call audio quality is absolutely ear-pleasing. Add the smartphone's well-justified price tag to the equation and you get a clear winner in this category.
Pros: Great in-call audio quality, Fluid performance
Cons: Gingerbread at launch, Camera could have been better
Summary: A mid-range Galaxy smartphone to impress Android fans
Pros: Zippy dual-core CPU, Intuitive UI, Robust image editing, All-round strong performer, Excellent price, Comfortable in the hand and zippy under instruction, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance is a strong collaboration of both style and substance, with the sleekly finished handset packing a powerful punch that is backed up by a selection of strong user features and some impressive entertainment options. With few physical controls or connection ports distracting from the eye-ca...
Cons: No Android 4.0 ICS, Poor light management on camera, Echo to calls, Weak connections, Unreliable video abilities, Despite offering a smooth flowing user experience, the adaptation of the original Samsung Galaxy S fails to set the world alight on any front, with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread and TouchWiz combination pairing for the umpteenth time to create a handset that fails to distinguish itself from its near countless similarly branded counterparts. With a web browse...
Summary: Das Samsung Galaxy S Advance rangiert von der Ausstattung her irgendwo zwischen dem Samsung Galaxy S I9000 und dem Samsung Galaxy SII. Im Test erwies es sich als ordentliches Mittelklasse-Modell. Wer aber sicher in den Genuss des neuen Android 4 kommen will, sollte eher zum HTC One V greifen. Zudem gibt es die ähnlich ausgestatteten älteren Samsung Galaxy S Modelle gebraucht mittlerweile deutlich günstiger.