Samsung Galaxy Victory

Virgin Mobile USA has announced a new addition to their lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Victory. The Victory is a 4-inch device that has a look not dissimilar to the Nexus One. It boasts a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), 5MP rear camera, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC. The specs aren't going to blow away die hard Android fans, but for someone who just wants a solid phone for a less expensive price, the Galaxy Victory is a good choice.

The Samsung Galaxy Victory is available today for $299.99.

Virgin Mobile USA

There are 10 comments

lds710 says:

LTE on Virgin Mobile?

yep... boost got it too... finally... party :)

and straight talk got the BlackBerry Curve 9310...

today is turning into a very phone-tastic day...

MarkMcCoskey says:

I've still have not heard a date for LTE going Live here in Las Vegas. Would be nice if Sprint and Clear go live on the same day. I'd also prefer something with a 5" screen to replace my 4.3" Evo V 4G.

evo v 4g here too... wish it got jellybean... and no lte in nyc kinda unexpected.. we are usually some of the first get the good stuff..

ibbyj says:

I ordered mine today, I missed google wallet on my s2.

gregmcph says:

I love the smell of Samsung in the morning!

It smells like.... Victory.

dovlek says:


Good OL MC says:

I've played with the Victory. It is a pretty nice phone for what it is.

ibbyj says:

It's really annoying that they only allow 2.5gbs of highspeed data. I wish that they'd offer higher caps, I'd be willing to pay a bit more.

Until then I guess I'll just have to restart my plan twice monthly... which gives me 5gbs/600 minues/Unlimited messaging - 70 bucks...haha

GreyCelt says:

It's not worth it for me to switch. I'm on VirginMobile with the Evo V 4G running Cyanogenmod 10.1 (Jellybean 2.2.2) and it's pretty sweet! I guess if you're not the rooting type and don't want to mess with custom ROM's then this would be a great phone. For me they would need to bring something that's is gonna be a serious upgrade. Plus, there is no 4G LTE here in Portland, Oregon but I have great 4G WiMax coverage.

Oh, and I almost forgot, the screen is smaller than my HTC Evo V 4G.