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In theory, this processor be enough to get a mobile phone and in fact the majority of Android smartphones under Rs 10,000 with similar processors. Spice Stellar Craze. But make no mistake, this phone is not meant for gaming. Yes, it could play …
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  1. B. D. Soufi says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 722 of 739 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Who needs an iPhone? , 8 November 2011
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    This review is from: Samsung Exhibit II 4G Prepaid Android Phone (T-Mobile) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Wooow I need my breath .. ..
    Let me say, I am starting an economist Logos do not impress me very good price / performance ratio to impress me Although I must admit, the Exhibit II is a fairly beautiful phone in real life;.. do not let discourage photos
    This powerful yet humble device has the same memory (512MB RAM) and CPU speed. (1GHz) as the iPhone 4, and I dare say it does actually make calls. It even .? a bigger screen than the latest $ 700 + iPhone 4S Still with me
    Why this phone (with a new prepaid plan) purchased
    > 1 Freedom: With prepaid plans from T- Mobile, you can start or stop your service at any time without penalties, you can switch between carriers, sell your phone, and walk away without even having to say goodbye just
    > 2 Screen: The … 3.7 “-.. ensures the screen is larger than on the iPhone 4S, the 800×480 resolution for a relatively high pixel density (252 ppi) and looks fantastic
    has to> 3 Android itself. a very solid OS With over 400,000 apps to choose from, I am overwhelmed
    > 4 Price: .. Why spend $ 500 to $ 800 on a flagship phone when you receive 90% of the benefit? / Functionality for $ 200 to $ 200, if my phone is destroyed, lost or stolen, it is not the end of the world
    > 5 plan: .. The phone is shipped with a prepaid SIM card, so there is no need to order the $ 7.00 SIM card from T-Mobile. For $ 30/month you 5GB of “4G” data, unlimited texts and 100 minutes of talk time received. If you get a setup Google Voice # and either the GrooveIP app ($ 5.00) or the Google Voice Callback app (free), you will be able to make unlimited domestic calls for free, over the Internet. It works very well and allows you to make calls even much cheaper abroad than you would make it through your. Carrier Just make sure that it set up properly, so you do not accidentally edit for all of your minutes. Groove IP / Google Voice is only reliable with a Wi-Fi connection, so it can not be an alternative to normal voice. Calls in all situations
    > 6 ROI: … The return on investment is phenomenal, this phone is truly a breakthrough in information and communication technology for the first time in history, with a device that costs $ 200 and costs service, $ 1 per day, you can use a 3.7 ” Window to the world that goes with you, guides you, informs you, entertains you, wakes you, and connects you to everyone and everything that matters in your life. the list of gadgets that this phone would be obsolete for pages, but let me just say that if you were not using a smartphone yet received this phone and not look back.
    I finally released after serving a 2-year sentence, I mean, a …. contract. I ‘m free
    EDIT:. (after 1 week with the phone)
    Performance (including call quality) is excellent while battery life falls short of miraculous, with more moderate use and battery saving applications, you can simply go a whole day without charging. replace the 3MP camera on the phone is not quite my old DSLR, but it works flawlessly for bar code scanning, jpg-to-pdf scanning, and other “utilitarian” applications. By the way , is the maximum video capture resolution of 640×480, not 720×480
    EDIT 2:. (After 4 weeks with the phone)
    My Exhibit II is still going strong and looks brand new, even after falling a few times . I got used to it with Samsung’s “swype” keyboard which is the only technology that I have seen does that really touch screen tap sound is have a few words. I am not surprised that the phone is not in stock at both Amazon . and Walmart.com If you plan on this phone, good luck finding them get in stock in eBay is the going rate for this phone is $ 250 Get it on Amazon, if you can
    EDIT 3:.. ( After 40 days with the phone)
    The phone still works perfectly and looks great. Already it’s easily the best smartphone under $ 300 and at $ 189, has the best value for every phone currently on the market
    EDIT 4:. (After 10 weeks with the phone)

    We have many fruitful discussions on the 100 + comments that have posted since I wrote my first post, if you had 10 weeks. have this phone, I recommend reading the comments of Franquis, Yogi Bear, and others who have written de facto experts on this device. They exceeded my knowledge of the phone and I have learned from their insights. It seems many of our difficulties with the Groove IP app and various alternatives have been suggested, including Skype.
    I drop the phone so many times and I finally managed to crack the screen, but it still works perfectly., Exhibit II is a truly remarkable device (at any price), and I continue to be impressed by his abilities

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  • Hao Zhang says:
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     5.0 out of 5 stars works surprisingly well with CyanogenMod 9 , 16th November 2011
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    This review is from: Samsung Exhibit II 4G Prepaid Android Phone (T-Mobile) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    UPDATE 07/12/12: It’s been almost a year since I’ve had this phone, and it’s still going strong! CyanogenMod 9 is pretty stable now with the camera semi-works. For those who do not want a custom ROM, T-Mobile has released an update to 2.3.6, which fixes some stability issues and such. I really do not know if that’s true, since I am running on CM9 for as long as I can remember. I’ll see to updating this review for those who like the phone will
    UPDATE 5/12/12:. I made a thread for people who vote for anchor performance. To ensure longer battery life for this phone brand Search for “Exhibit II anchor” on the xda-developers forum if we get enough votes, we could see a ~ 2000mAh battery of anchor performance
    UPDATE 30/04/12: It’s about five months since I’ve been this phone, and it is still running like a champ! No problems with it so far, and it’s running with CyanogenMod 9 (free bloatwares T-Mobile) in size. If you want a custom ROM, but you must use the camera, go to another Gingerbread ROM as Xquizit and RebelROM. Find everything you need on the xda-developers forum
    UPDATE 3/28/12:. I have a video on YouTube shows CyanogenMod 9 running on this phone. Go to YouTube and search for “Exhibit II CM9” for the video, it should be the first
    UPDATE 3/7/12:. CyanogenMod 9 Beta has been released! . Go to the xda-developers forum and search for “Exhibit II CM9”
    UPDATE 1/18/12: Now there are a few custom ROMs in the making for this phone. I have personally tested and loved the ROM made bpear from XDA-Developers. ClockworkMod Recovery installed now (5.5.0.4), unfortunately I can not link to the page, but go to the XDA-Developers forums and search for “Exhibit II”. A thread named “[DEV] Samsung Exhibit II 4G (Tmobile)” should help get you love this phone! I picked it up at Wal-Mart because of their exclusive $ 30 monthly plan with 100 talk minutes, unlimited text and unlimited web (first 5GB at 4G speed per month, rest of the month slows down to EDGE). I’ll tell you, I never reached my 5GB limit, and I’m a heavy internet user!
    The phone is slim and is loaded with features. Of course, an Android phone, it is capable of doing many things that can not be done on common feature phones. The 3.2-megapixel camera is very good, it’s not digital SLR quality, but gets the job done when you need quick snapshots with your friends. The screen is a high-resolution 3.7-inch TFT LCD display, it is with pixels (800 x 480), the pixel density suggests filled in similar competitions. The 1GHz Snapdragon processor to really the point! It is not a Galaxy Nexus, but I can safely say it to be his little brother. : P
    It will come loaded with a lot of crap T-Mobile, but I rooted the phone with SuperOneClick easily, and installed an application that allowed me to uninstall bloatwares (Root Uninstaller in Market). For those who can not for the life of them find the USB drivers for this phone, you must use the ones for Samsung Galaxy S., just to Softpedia, search for “Samsung Galaxy S”, and load the so-called “Samsung Galaxy S USB Driver 1.4.2.2 “. This package contains drivers for 32 – and 64-bit Windows. . Install it and enable USB debugging mode on your phone, and you’re willing to root it
    The phone has very decent specs on:
    * 1GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (S2)
    * Adreno 205 GPU * 512 MB RAM

    * Dual-facing camera with LED flash
    * Supports T-Mobile’s HSPA + 4G network (up to 14.4Mbps)
    * 3.7 “TFT LCD high-resolution touch screen (800 x 480 resolution) *
    custom ROMs / Rootable
    * Prepaid – LOW monthly prices
    Everything to do what I
    this phone is snappy. If I go any on my talk minutes, I just use GrooVe IP with Google Voice for free calls used (data). All applications are compatible with this phone unlike most prepaid carriers the phone to limit the functionality. Speed ​​I. himself at my house is painfully slow, but I can not fault this phone because it’s T-Mobile towers My Wi-Fi should make sure to take though, so no worries (25Mbps down/2Mbps up: D)!

    I still can not believe that the $ 30 per month plan after taxes only $ 32.03 was so real, I’m not! complain. Ensure a microSD card but to get (up to 32GB), and a Class 4 also because when you put a lot of music and apps on the phone like, you only get ~ 2GB are some of the I have to get accessories for this phone., I bought some of them over another upgrade, so make sure you choose one from each section to your liking., I rated all these, so be sure to check reviews before digging in. 😉
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  • Chris Baker "cb2000a" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 108 of 113 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars good phone at this price and great plans , 3rd November 2011
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    This review is from: Samsung Exhibit II 4G Prepaid Android Phone (T-Mobile) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I have researched pre-paid cell phones and plans for a while now and this phone with the pre-paid plans, T-Mobile is a great thing. The phone is really nice for a $ 200 buyout phone. It has great sound quality (both earpiece and loudspeaker) come. I’m from the original Droid on Verizon. The camera on the phone is very decent. Certainly as good as the 5mp on the Droid and faster. I like T mobiles wi-fi calling from home .. it I can run on my own wifi system if T-Mobiles signal is weak indoors. video chat with Gtalk works very well. This phone comes with gravel Air for wireless transfers from your laptop and Yelp (for finding all those beautiful places, shops ) make. The GPS system works very well and the web is super fast great on T-Mobile’s 4G (and I get it almost everywhere even there not my friends get Wimax on Sprint. The phone is very light and small in size than the Droid (but with the same screen size). It has a textured back for better grip. The battery lasts all day with moderate use (you do not remember the phone with tons of apps and widgets load). My chargers for the Droid work with this phone (including the car charger). The screen is very easy to see and the colors are good. It comes with Gingerbread 2.3.5 and the scrolling is very smooth. It’s a way more pleasant than the Droid phone is to use it is not flashy, but it works very well
    drawbacks.. Many bloatware (not removable without rooting), ATT might consume T-Mobile potentially ruining a good thing, I wish it had a 4 ” screen … maybe version 3 have, dass

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