Reviews and Problems with Samsung i510 / i520 / Galaxy S Aviator / Droid charge / Inspiration
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Way too SLOW! Burns through battery in 30 min. if using internet or games
3 February 2013
Summary: Short battery life, slow processor, slow internet (even 4g due to slow processor), not enough ram. 80% of the ram is used even with no apps running. The phone comes with too many apps already on it which all run in the background using the little ram and processing power. Physically the layout is perfect, its fairly sturdy, and I like the size. Its just too slow!
Summary: Although this is my first android, i can not believe how horrible this phone is. Operating system is slow, unless only running on thing. Freezes up a couple times a day, and the newest problem is that the phone restarts when ever it feels like it. Picture and video quality are great, when it works. Have taken it back to have a tech look at it and they don't seem to know any fixes.
Pros...AMOLED screen...Biggest Con...it's way to slow for the hardware.
7 June 2012
Summary: The phone came with Android 2.2 Froyo and it was a bit slow to be sporting 1ghz processor. Updating it to Gingerbread made it god awful slow. WiFi is very slow as well it seems. When I do a speed test, the results are awesome. But in actual usage like web browsing, it is slow compare to mobile Safari. File downloads are very fast on wifi and even 4G. Backing out of applications is very slow too. The best thing about the device is the AMOLED screen.
Pros: Super AMOLED Plus screen Quick settings in notifications dropdown Great camera image quality
Cons: Contact management / syncing with Google contacts Camera is SLOW Browser SUCKS entirely Hardware is UGLY and fragile GPS takes FOREVER to find location Touchwiz is INTRUSIVE Battery charges SLOWLY
Pros: Camera is the best I have had in any phone. Even rivals digital cameras quality in some cases. The screen is very vivid and displays video very well. 4G is super fast.
Cons: RAM! This phone does not have nearly enough RAM and it shows in its performance. I have the Verizon version, so when you add all of the unremovable, unstoppable software Verizon installs from the factory, the phone is basically good for talking.