Entry level phones from MNC biggies look like last year's phones in terms of specification and can't compete with increasingly better products from very aggressive Indian players.
(ARAB/EUROPEANS/ASIA/US SPECIFICATIONS) GENERAL NETWORK GSM 900/GSM
PLATFORM - TRI BAND (GSM900 + 1800 + 1900 MHZ.ANY OF THE PHONES THAT IS NOT
IN GOOD CONDITION SHOULD BE RETURN IMMEDIATELY TO US AND WE WILL BEAR THE
RETURN CHARGES AND REPLACEMENTS FOR THE PHONES.
Buy 20 phones get 8 phones free
Buy 10 phones get 4 phones free
I was a happy owner of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and I sold it yesterday but it was too big for my palm
Now I would like to buy a new phone and I cannot decide which one.
I am between Galaxy S5 and Nexus 6 and I cannot make up my mind.
To be honest I'm tired of Samsung Phones, I started with Samsung Galaxy S GT9000, then S2 then Galaxy Core then Galaxy Grand, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 3 and
When it came to phones for 2011, the two hottest phones in terms of buzz had to be the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Note. Interestingly enough, both phones are made by Samsung. The buzz for the Galaxy Nexus was surrounded around Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich whereas the Galaxy Note was all about it’s mammoth 5.3-inch display and stylus, dubbed the S Pen.
So I have a couple dumb phones from a client when I upgraded them to smart phones.
One is an LG env2 and the other is a Samsung SCH-U360 (I think).
What's the best thing to do with these older phones? Obviously I could donate them to those programs that give phones to domestic violence households or whatever --- but is there a better place to 'put them to use?'
Samsung seems to register new suffixes for it’s Galaxy range of phones every other month these days. Some of the names surface as regional variations of Samsung’s flagship devices and others are tacked on to the end of the entry level phones. Step up the Galaxy Stellar, a name that Samsung trademarked a couple of months ago and has recently appeared on the Verizon inventory.