Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE / SPH-L300
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8 October 2013
Summary: 4'' screen good to fit into pocket Auto brightness not enough thus switch into manual - battery life not great A little thick/bulky Bundled app cannot be deleted - bad Good price - $150 new (during a 1 week period) Sprint 4G LTE network can be better
Summary: This is my 3rd smart phone. It's like driving a Cadillac compared to an junker...seriously. Super fast, user friendly, and overall I really like this phone. Not sure if I can block incoming calls with it as my other 2 phones did...just hoping I haven't figured it out is the problem lol. Instructions say nothing on the subject and can't find any answers online soooo..
Summary: Not being the most heavy of smartphone users (particularly where the "phone" aspect is concerned), I felt that switching to a non-contract plan would be the best option financially. My previous smartphone had also conveniently decided to go spastic on me before dying a very unrespectable death. The Samsung Galaxy Victory, offered by Virgin Mobile, seemed to be a good value.
Summary: i did a little research for virgin mobile and for the price,this was my first choice and im glad i bought it,just today i left my phone on roof of car, i was going 50mph and this thing tumbled down the concrete road, the cover and battery fell out but phone still worked with only a few scratches...its made tough, the reason i give it 4 stars is cuz with the apps..
Summary: Nice phone for Wifi and at least a signal strength of midway for using the web. The phone does have one drawback. It sucks the battery power in very little time and the bottom case does get hot from the battery.
Summary: I bought my phone through Virgin Mobile's web site. I know, my first mistake. I tried the phone and it was a very nice phone but I just couldn't get reception in my house and I need that. So I try to return the phone. 42 mins and 7 reps from Virgin Mobile later, I finally got the correct address to return the phone to. If you never have to deal with Virgin Mobile customer service, then you should be ok. But you have been warned if you do need customer service.
Summary: For anyone starting in the Android world, this is a great phone to begin with. While some features are rather annoying - using the Connections Optimizer will turn on WiFi when not desired and the SD card is not treated as the SD card in previous versions of Android - some will enhance your experience with the phone. For example, the NFC capabilities have enabled me to use the phone as a credit card and I am able to leave the real credit card at home.