Summary: Excellent phone in general. The only weakness is the 4G. It is not LTE, but WiMAX. Indoors is where the WiMAX really suffers. Works pretty well outdoors. Processor is not state of the art, but still fast in it's own right.
Summary: I purchased this phone to use with StraightTalk (Walmart). What a cluster that was. The reps were clueless. The coverage was weak (because they sent me a T-Mobile SIMM card with out letting me know there was an AT&T alternative, which has much better coverage in my area).
Summary: The phone over all is a great phone it can do anything. I can print pictures and anything else. I have every app I need and then some. It can do complete report for work including graphics no problem. I love to read, play solitaire, and take pics of my pup and with this phone I can do all three.
Pros: Built-in speakers, Bright display, Inexpensive, Durable, Realistic color, easy to use
Summary: I have owned the Samsung Galaxy SII from T-Mobile (SGH-T989) for more than a year and can confidently say I understand it. There are many things I look for when smartphone shopping: camera, battery life, functionality, price, storage, size, materials, accessories, durability, speed , popularity, and...
Pros: Design, Battery with Medium Usage; Cons: Sprint network
A. For "wind addict", Amazon
6 November 2013
Summary: I've had the phone for about 2 to 3 months and I am very happy with it. PROS: * I love the design of the phone, it is very thin and comfortable in my hands, and the white color gives it a sophisticated look.