Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE – Samsung and Sprint aren’t forgetting the budget users either
29 October 2012
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is a Sprint exclusive for now, and it’s already available on the company’s site and stores. The phone is definitely a good purchase at $99 if you consider all the features, but you’ll probably want to consider something else if you like some style in your pocket.
Summary: The $99 Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE by Sprint is a solid budget smartphone that offers many of the features of its higher-priced sibling, the Galaxy S III . We're also impressed with this smartphone's battery life. However, the low-res screen and thick design scream budget phone. Although it suffers from shorter endurance, the $99 Samsung Galaxy Nexus laps the Victory with its larger and high-res display and newer Jelly Bean software.
Pros: Long battery life, S Beam, S Voice included, Unlimited 4G LTE (where available)
Cons: Relatively thick design, Low-resolution display, Slow camera
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE does a good job of bringing a lot of the functionality and features of the Galaxy S III while remaining more affordable. With a good camera, a nice display and speedy performance the Galaxy Victory offers a lot of value. It may not be as sexy as its big brother, but for $100 on contract you could do a lot worse.
Pros: Dual-core S4 processor delivers speedy performance, The 5 megapixel camera produces better than expected results, 4” WVGA display is bright and crisp