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Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE
Boasting of a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, the Samsung Galaxy Victory is the latest phone available from Sprint. This exceptionally designed mobile device has a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and a micro SD expansion card slot.
Users can store up to an additional 32 gigabytes on their Sprint phones or access their cloud storage through the deviceís Wi-Fi network. The Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is also equipped with Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and a 1.3 megapixel front camera.
The Galaxy Victory spans a total of 4.8 inches in length and 2.5 inches in width. It weighs in at a decently heavy 4.9 ounces and is 0.5 inches thick. One of the main drawbacks for the device is the limited 4 inch screen and the lack of a keyboard. The exterior of the phone is a shiny grey color and has a comfortable size. Shaped for easy-holding, this mobile device is bulkier than your standard smartphone. You can enjoy using the 800x480 pixel display and the tree touch keys located beneath the display. Once you adjust to using the Galaxy Victory, the onscreen keyboard will become much easier to use. On the first try, the keyboard will be a little difficult. It runs on Sprintís network which is great if you live in one of the cities that has Sprintís 4G LTE.
Overall, this phone has reasonable reception. Call quality is standard and not significantly exceptional. Voices tend to be loud, but can occasionally sound fuzzy. Noise cancellation is comparable to other typical smartphones and works well with Bluetooth devices. The Samsung galaxy Victory boasts of talk time on 3G networks that lasts longer than ten hours.
Hardware and Applications
Performing far better than lower-end smartphones, the Galaxy Victory runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor. It uses the Android 4.1.2 and works well with most games. You can use almost all of the 700,000+ games offered by Google Play with this smartphone. Equipped with Touch Wiz UI, Samsungís phone offers five different home screens. To see all of your different widgets and applications, you just have to swipe between the various screens. Best of all, the Victory comes with a very limited amount of bloatware. Like all Virgin phones, the device comes with Mobile ID. It also offers users Google Wallet and NFC support. To make using the phone easier, Samsung installed high-quality email support. If you want to send documents to another user, you can use S Beam and tap the two phones together. The documents will then transfer quickly and easily. Users can enjoy accessing Google Now and Google Play. From the home screen, you can access weather apps and view local attractions. The Samsung Galaxy Victory uses Yahoo for default searching, but users can always download Google Chrome.
Although the phone is not particularly beautiful, it is capable of taking gorgeous photos. With the 5-megapixel camera, users can set autofocus and record videos. Videos can be played at resolutions of 1080p. This mobile device is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack, two cameras and LED flash. Ideally, this phone should be purchased by someone who wants to use Sprintís 4G LTE network. Although it is not available in all cities, Sprint is slowly rolling out 4G nationwide. Once the network is available, this will be the only phone offered by Sprint that has 4G coverage options.
- 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera
- 1.2 GHz dual-core processor
- 5-megapixel rear-facing camera
- NTC and Wi-Fi Direct
- 32GB card slot
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Ten hours of talk time on 3G networks
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