Reviews and Problems with Samsung i510 / i520 / Galaxy S Aviator / Droid charge / Inspiration
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Pretty good phone for the price you pay.
6 December 2013
Summary: Phone works like it should but has some quirks. At times your voice will get strange when talking to others and the phone will just shut off by itself. The battery life is not good at all and you should always carry a charger with you.
Good phone. Not the latest, but still does a good job.
7 September 2013
Summary: If you are looking for an inexpensive smartphone, this is one of the best ones you will find. The only problem I had with it was the battery life. It could be better. It is not too bad either. For the price, this smartphone is a great option. I like the fact that, with a Sim card, it supports 4g lte. It takes good pictures. The 8 megapixel camera is great and captures great detailed images. Not the best, but it does it's job well.
Summary: This phones processor is extremely slow. It lags all the time; I just jam the back button to get anywhere. I've wanted to snap this phone countless times. The only reason i got it was because they had a hot deal. It also as a little open apps thing that's very annoying. It just will kill your battery more and waste data. I would recommend any other smart phone besides this.
Summary: I really wanted the the Galaxy S3, but it wan't available yet. Because this was my carrier's only 4g phone, I bought this. It is better than the Acclaim, but is still a bit on the slow side in terms of performance. The screen is good - nice and bright. The battery life is ok. I wish the S3 had been available. I will wait for a year or so.
Summary: This was US Cellular's first 4G phone, however you can tell they used a single core processor. Phone would become slow if you have lots of apps and use your phone often. Plus battery life isn't that great at all, however 4G speeds were decent.
Pros: Built-in speakers, Bright display, Durable, Realistic color
Cons: Did not meet expectations, battery life, speed
This phone is only for geeks that root or customers that don't buy apps.
4 January 2012
Summary: This phone is for two types of users, one that roots the phone and deletes all of the Samsung and Verizon bloatware, or the customer that does not buy any apps from the Android Market or any other store. This phone only has 373MB of memory. So when you have all of that Samsung and Verizon bloatware there is very little run time memory for any other programs. This is why you must root the phone and delete te bloatware so that you can buy apps and they can run efficiently.