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By Brent Zaniewski
Monday, Oct 1, 2012 at 12:05 pm EDT
480 x 800 res? That's terrible.
just like Chinese cellphone resolution (clones ones), indeed.
Come on Samsung, y' can do it better...!
This phone is not meant for either of you.
I have this phone I do know the specs on the screen sound like crap. I am using it for 2 years now watching video.
as low res the screen is. I do hate the specs. the good news is the watching video is very nice. its very good. Super Amoled. its better then my Amazon Fire phone. This Galaxy Express phone is designed to be a cheap and chearfull.
the price was not cheap. the taxes and the phone cost nearly $300.00 I have to buy a sim card.
I installed video player app what had a equalizer on it. I have my AVI video files. the picture is nice and clean and sharp.. the fraime rate is good. its better the the Galaxy S (the very fist galaxy S)
I hated the storage 8 gigs not 32 or 64 gb. and the micro SD slot is not the best 32GB. However Note 5 and S6 dose not have a micro SD slot. what went wrong with the new current phones these days. Galaxy Express is a not a bad deal. not a greatest deal. heavy storage issues. cannot use 64 GB and 128 GB micro SD card.
They must be trying to get rid of an extra supply of screens from the GSII/Skyrocket.
retooled skyrocket got to love it (with left over cameras from the gs1 I bet)
You guys with your snarky comments.. Not everyone wants to spend $200-$300 everytime they want to renew their phone contract.. This will most likely be a $99-$150 phone for people who couldn't care less if they don't have the latest, greatest, but still want some of the goodies.
My sister was asking me about this one. I think it would be a GREAT phone for her. She needs a flexible, functional smartphone, but doesn't need a top-end smartphone. All she needs is more functionality then a dumbphone. Her last one was Android, and she likes the OS, so I can see this being great for her.
Would I buy it? No, not likely, unless I just needed a cheap phone to finish out a contract or as a backup. Not as a primary device. However, I'm pretty sure the target consumer isn't a regular here at AC.