Samsung Galaxy Victory LTE Prepaid Android Phone (Virgin Mobile)

February 14, 2014 - Comment

Phone has only been owned for 1 month. Selling to upgrade and switch to Sprint. Phone is in perfect condition, except the top 2 corners have some slight scuffs. There are no scratches anywhere, and a hard black case is included for free worth $10. No manual or booklets of any kind provided. Samsung Galaxy

Phone has only been owned for 1 month. Selling to upgrade and switch to Sprint. Phone is in perfect condition, except the top 2 corners have some slight scuffs. There are no scratches anywhere, and a hard black case is included for free worth $10. No manual or booklets of any kind provided. Galaxy victory phone

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE

The Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G is Virgin Mobile’s first LTE device on the Sprint 4G Network, delivering a true post-paid experience without a contract. The Galaxy Victory comes loaded with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), a super fast and smooth version of the Android Operating System, and many other advanced features.

Advanced Android Capabilites

S Beam lets you instantly share calendars, contacts, movies and music with a tap. Access to the ultra-fast 4G LTE network from Sprint lets you browse the web, upload photos and stream music faster than ever before on the sleek, 4.0-inch touchscreen display with WVGA resolution. Behind the scenes, a 1.2 GHz dual core processor handles whatever you can throw at it with ease. This is the Android-lover’s dream device at a reasonable price.

This phone is for speed-enthusiats who are looking for LTE without a contract. It has all the features to meet your multimedia needs, letting you stay connected with instant access to friends, family, entertainment, and information.

Camera, Music, and All Your Multimedia Essentials

Capture 720p HD video with your friends and share it using Wi-Fi or NFC technology. You can also snap self-portraits with the 1.3 MP front-facing camera. You’ll even be able to listen to your favorite music; the Galaxy Victory supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, 3GP, MP4 and M4A music files.

What’s in the Box

Galaxy Victory; battery; charger; USB data cable; printed materials

Galaxy Victory Key Features

4G LTE connectivity Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) 1.2 GHz dual-core processor 4.0-inch touchscreen display 800 x 480 (720p) 5.0 MP rear-facing camera with HD Video Capture, 1.3 MP front facing Bluetooth 4.0 NFC capable Wi-Fi Capabale MicroSD slot for expandable storage up to 32 GB

Phone Specifications

LTE / EVDO Rev A, Wi-Fi Mobile ID and My Account Supported Visual Voicemail Supported Memory: 4 GB ROM, 1 GB RAM Type: TFT Capacitive Music File Support: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, 3GP, MP4, M4A Wi-Fi Version(s): 802.11 a,b,g,n Dimensions: 4.8 inches x 2.5 inches x 0.46 inches Weight: 4.9 oz Talk Time: 7 hours

Product Features

  • 4G LTE
  • Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor
  • 4.0? Touchscreen Display
  • 5.0MP Rear Facing Camera ? with HD Video Capture; 1.3MP Front Facing

Comments

ko says:

Excellent Upgrade Lets start off by saying ive had these phones from VM. HTC One V, HTC EVO V, Galaxy SII, Galaxy Reverb, and now i have this one the Galaxy Victory. what can i say but what an Awesome phone. out of all these phones ive had this is the Winner!…ill start with my most important thing when it comes to a smart phone The Battery and this one has it 2100 mAh. its Awesome! plenty of juice and then some. Speed and Performance are great thanks to the DC and 1GB ram. the new Jelly Bean OS is a Nice…

K. Burke says:

Excellent upgrade on VM/Sprint’s 4G LTE Network I recently got tired of listening to my wife complain about how slow the VM/Sprint network was, and about how she couldn’t get service inside of her work (a metal building). We both have Evo V 4Gs and I’ve been mostly pleased with mine, and she liked hers except for the service, but for her the service was a killer. She was about to go out and get an on-contract phone from one of the big carriers, and she was prepared to spend alot of money on it. We have been on VM for a couple of years now…

Michael Young says:

Great Phone, Great Value, Bad Software Choices I have a love-hate relationship with this phone. First, what I love: Great price point value, 4glte, Jelly Bean, form factor, removable battery. What I hate: 1) Unremovable bloatware like the useless Virgin Mobile Essentials, the Samsung app suite including the awful Touchwiz. 2) You have only 1gb of usable storage on 2gb of internal memory for your own apps, videos, music, pictures 3) Samsung decided to make it IMPOSSIBLE to install and run apps on your SD card, meaning their bloatware and…

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