Summary: I was most surprised by the internal 11GB of space. You think you only have 4GB but there is an "internal USB" that can hold up to 11GB. Plus, with my 32GB SD card, I'm rockin with 43GB of available space. Not bad. Everything works on the phone. Still getting used to the 4G Wimax network. Definitely not LTE capable but it does give a little boost. I LOVE the 8MP camera! It's the very reason I went with it than the Reverb which is LTE capable.
Summary: I chose this rating because I got fast and free shipping on the item it came in fast a day or two after my order. Also the seller gave me good and true information on the item of its conditions. A very polite, trustworthy, and helpful person to talk to.
Summary: This was far less expensive than even the cheapest, shabbiest iPhone 4 I could find, and it's bigger, yet lighter, and more powerful. I bought it as a Ting phone, and the overall bargain is pretty amazing. My 12 year old daughter could not be more thrilled, especially since her more wealthy friends have the iPhone 5. Side by side, this more than holds its own.
Summary: Great phone highly recommend it if u want a decent phone, and can't afford the S3 or S4.
Pros: Responsive, fast, tons of storage space.
Cons: data connection is 4G, not 4G LTE., ALL stock samsung batteries are garbage, all u guys that complained about battery life should buy a rayovac battery, i listen to pandora all day at work and still have battery left at the end of the day.
Summary: I love this phone, but there are some drawbacks. The battery life is poor; with frequent use, the phone doesn't get me through the whole day and I am even using a low brightness setting. Also, sometimes the phone will randomly shut off, but this doesn't happen too often. And lastly, when the phone charges, it almost seems like it gets too hot and I don't want it to overheat so I take off the phone case while it charges.
Summary: My rating is based on the phone itself i.e. the Samsung Galaxy SII is a great phone and good value for the money. However, I wanted to point out a few things about this particular model. (Note: in the US, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile all have different models of the SII. They are different in size and several other details. In fact, AT&T alone has, over time, had 3 different models of the Samsung Galaxy SII built just for them).
Excellent phone by Virgin Mobile with few shortfalls
13 July 2013
Summary: This is a quality prepaid smartphone with excellent useability. Much better than the HTC One V offered by Virgin Mobile which was extremely sluggish. This phone at times has trouble keeping up with running processes but the experience is mostly good. Pros: - Mostly smooth interface - Great camera - Jellybean ( I HIGHLY recommend updating to this. Make the phone run much quicker!
Summary: Great phone. I like the slim built. has great features suitable for business use. I only wish it had a longer battery life. Battery does not last for a day. Definitely has to have a vehicle charger for this phone if you use your phone a lot.
It's been two years and this phone still does a fantastic job!
25 June 2013
Summary: Pros: Processor - Superb. It has a 1.2 Ghz Dual Core processor, meaning it's pretty fast and barely lags. Features - AT&T comes with some annoying bloatware, but you can get rid of those with GoLauncher (find it in the app store). Other than, features like Photo Editor, Video Maker, and QuickOffice come in handy. Display - The super AMOLED screen is absolutely gorgeous. I've downloaded some wallpapers and it truly makes a difference to the phone.