Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE / L300
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works great durable and is perfect for freedompops free or paid ...
Michael Giannola, Amazon
30 May 2015
Summary: works great durable and is perfect for freedompops free or paid service! Easily rooted for those of you who are tinkerers and is compatible (not officially) with the original Samsung gear on the android or null Rom firmware.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Victory is a great inexpensive smart phone. It has great features and comfortable design. I would have given all points 5 stars except for the inability to transfer apps to the sd card which limits the amount of apps you can have on the phone.
Excerpt: I had an older phone that I hated, and then I found this one. I can install all the apps I use and need in it, and it still functions pretty well. I do not play games in it, but I do have everything from my two emails and Facebook to my square register for my small business.
Summary: After all these years, we finally broke down and purchased our first smartphones. Went for a two-year old model rather than state of the art because we really have no idea how much we'll use most of our new phone's features, and don't want to shell out $600 apiece when $130 devices will do.
Summary: I've had this now for thirty days and its s smart little device. Its not for power users, power users need to buy a galaxy s3 or higher. But this works excellently as a basic smart phone I have several apps installed. One sad limitation is YOU CANNOT move apps to the sd card.
Summary: This is my second Galaxy so there was not much to be surprised about. My old phone was a Reverb. The only real difference is that the Victory is 4G where available. When it's on 4G, the speed is much greater. Where I live 4G is most everywhere.
Summary: Great 4G LTE phone. Call quality is good and speed is great. Lots of great features. Touchscreen is smooth and efficient. Virgin Mobile uses Sprint Service so that is a huge plus. Love the front facing camera and all of the apps like the photo editor and the camera quality is pretty good for a cell...
Summary: This is a pretty decent phone, especially for the casual smartphone user like myself. Virgin Mobile has been great to work with, and the phone itself has held together in the year that I've owned it. However, there are two things that I've learned that you may want to keep in mind with this phone.