Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE / L300
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Sound quality 8
Battery performance 3
Build quality 8
An okay phone, but in need of something.. more.
AkaiSenkou, Phone Arena
22 November 2015
Excerpt: The phone is overall an amazing piece of work when bought a year after release. Although it's regarded as a "brick" and has a decent processor to power it, it's fairly expensive upon release. After purchasing this phone around May of 2013, the phone was 250.
Pros: Decent Performance, Decent Pixel Density, Decent CURRENT value, Good Reception, Very strong build quality, Expandable Storage
Cons: Battery Life is DREADFUL, Bottlenecked RAM, Bottlenecked Internal Memory, Bloatware imminent by Samsung & VM, Occasional Wi-Fi disconnections, Non-Removable SIM card
Summary: Being a novice to any android, it took awhile to be able to operate without much instructions. The booklet by Virgin Mobile was much too sparse to give good detail. I do notice however, when I carry my android on my person it has a tendency to overheat and I have to turn it off.
Pros: Realistic color, Bright display, like the ability to text
Summary: I've had this phone for a little over a year now, and generally I like it. The camera's ok, it does all the things I need it to do, battery life is decent; but there's one huge issue. Starting maybe six months in, it randomly stopped working.
Summary: My wife and I both have this for our cellular phone. Hers shuts off all the time and it is not because of a low battery. She could set it down on the counter with it on and come back 10 min later and it has shut itself off.
Summary: I bought this 'used' to test FreedomPop service. I already had an iPhone 5 (now 6) and wanted to carry a backup phone just in case. FreedomPop offered free 500mb service with this, so I gave it a shot. It's a good buy for what I paid (approx $60).
Summary: This is a big step up from my previous phone (the POS Kyocera Event), but still not the quality I expect from Samsung. I've only had the phone for two months and it's already starting to "reboot" on its own occasionally.
Summary: This replaced an older samsung phone. I'm happy with how much faster it runs. Internal memory is low, and you would do well with a memory card. You can't store apps to the sd card without rooting it though. I also need to change my input method from the default keyboard every restart.