Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE / L300
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Great basic Smartphone
Jon Almada, Amazon
29 July 2014
Summary: I purchased my Victory phone here off Amazon and it has proved to be a good purchase. This phone is a real upgrade over my old phone and it is a reasonably fast and reliable unit. I've come to really like it. It is not a terribly large phone, compared to the huge phablets all my friends have, but as a good basic smartphone, it can't be beat. My favorite feature is the speech processor that lets me text by voice and easily search for items on the go.
Summary: This is the best smart phone I have ever had, not that I have had many. I use Virgin and there have been no issues in several months. I do have issues with Andriod, but this phone runs it as well as any I have seen. I can easily run GPS, Netflix, Pandora, Gmail, Yelp, Facebook, browse news websites, and I can actually make and receive clear phone calls. I cannot believe how easy Swipe is, I have large hands that I use for work and I can actually text with this thing.
Summary: Replaced my Optimus V - big step up from that previous gen phone. Quick and snappy when I got it - has slowed down now with the apps I've loaded. But still - a 4G phone on the affordable VM network for such a low price. It gets 5 stars for being a deal. It won't be an iPhone or Galaxy in terms of capability and speed, but it doesn't come with that sticker. Also - changing to a new phone of VM was a breeze, all self-done with no calling someone overseas. Whew!
Summary: I've been with Virgin Mobile for about 5 years now and have always had good service, albeit 3G. I looked into getting a 4G phone and saw this model listed on their website for about $150. Came here, read the reviews and ordered it for about $80. This is basically the same build and platform is the more notable and expensive Galaxy S III, S IV, & S V models. It preforms very well with all major aspects of use, phone, text, internet, streaming video.
Summary: This phone is exactly what I wanted. Its a smartphone, I can download all the apps I need, the pictures are good, front and back camera, I love having 5 screens to store my apps I use on a daily base, the phone notifies me when updates are available and its just an overall good phone.
Summary: Great deal on a great phone. I was an existing virgin mobile subscriber so switching phones was a breeze. 15 mins on their website and it was all set. Had the LG optimus elite before his and the difference is huge. 4g works great here all over the new england area. This phone was $200 on the virgin site.