Conclusion: Overall this is a good phone for newcomers to Android as this phone doesn’t try to do something it’s not capable of which is good. The dual core cpu make it’s fast and the internet speeds make using web a pleasant experience.
Conclusion: For free, you could certainly do much worse than the Samsung Galaxy Stellar. In fact, we're surprised it doesn't sell for $50 on contract. If you're just getting into your first smartphone and don't want to gamble lots of money or you're an experienced Android user on a tight budget, the Stellar...
Pros: Free on contract, strong features for a budget phone.
Conclusion: The old saying “you can’t get something for nothing” still applies today, as you have to sign a 2-year contract in order to get the Samsung Galaxy Stellar for free, as the full retail price is $330.
Pros: Free with signing a 2-year contract, Starter Mode for beginners, Decent battery life
Cons: Laughable camera and video recording quality, Calls sound choppy and digital
Summary: Samsung certainly deserves credit for the i200's design. This smartphone is compact and easy to use, but the lack of Wi-Fi and GPS will force many users to look elsewhere. Overall, the i200 is a credible but certainly not inspiring handset.
Pros: Slim design, Wizpro home screen interface, control and keypad layout, HSDPA capable
Cons: No Wi-Fi, no GPS, mediocre camera, little extra software included, proprietary headphone/charging jack