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Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10)

Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10)

Samsung Galaxy Centura Carrier Locked Smartphone – Android four. OS, 800MHz Qualcomm Processor, 1.92″ x two.89″ Touchscreen, three. MP Camera, Bluetooth, Built-in WiFi, 4GB Memory, MicroSD Slot (NTSAS738CP)

Item Characteristics

  • Android 4. Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 3.five-inch Touch Screen
  • APP Capable
  • Mobile Net, MP3 Player
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • 3. MP Camera & Video Recorder

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5 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10)

  1. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10), August 28, 2013
    By 
    R. Giachello (Napa, CA. USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    This is my first smart phone and overall , I like it very much. I do miss having actual buttons to push though and it takes a while to get used to the touchscreen. This phone runs on the Verizon network, which is great because the coverage and call quality is excellent. I left Verizon for Net10 because it was just too expensive. Now I have the same coverage and call quality for half the price of Verizon. Back to the phone: I wish it had more font options. It only has normal and small and I would like it larger. I guess there are apps for this but I haven’t found one that I like yet. Also, I haven’t figured out how to turn off the auto-spell feature that tries to predict the words that you will use when typing. I hate this because it is often wrong and it will not let you type the word that you want to use without having to try many times. Aside from these couple of minuses, this phone is great. Also, it is not too big like some of the other phones. If I want big, I can use my computer at home.

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  2. 15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    I really wanted to love this phone, but… it is just not very good, October 18, 2013
    By 
    Paresh (Herndon, VA United States) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I previously had a Motorola Droid X2 (android 2.3 – gingerbread) that I got for free from Verizon two years ago and was locked into a contract that cost me about $80 per month. I only used it minimally from a data standpoint – about 500MB per month. So, I was excited to get an android 4.0 (ice cream sandwich) for such a low price and only spend $45 a month for service on Verizon’s towers.

    But, this phone performs so poorly, that even my minimal needs are not met that well. I was willing to accept that it has no flash (which really stinks because once you get used to having an instant flashlight with you, it’s hard to give up) and only an 800 MHz processor. (Sidenote: most flashlight apps will let you use the whole screen as a flashlight if you don’t have an LED, but it’s just not the same)

    The bad:
    1) Sometimes, when I drag my notifications bar down from the top, I just get a blank screen for like 10 secs before the info is displayed. This never happened with my old phone, which was by no means a speed demon. In general, moving from screen to screen sometimes just lags too much. I’m not talking about doing anything resource intensive either, just going from the text message screen to my phone contacts will lag sometimes.

    2) I have had three previous phones that I used with my current bluetooth system in my car. Two of them were not smartphones. This Centura sometimes just disconnects from my bluetooth right when I answer an incoming call. It is really annoying (and dangerous!) None of my previous phones ever did this.

    3) Sometimes browsing the web is just so darn slow. I can understand that it will be slow when on 3G, but it is also slow when connected to my wifi router! Why would it be so slow when browsing on wifi?!?! The bottleneck is typically the network, not the device. But in this case, it must be the device, because I will go to the exact same website at the same time with my old Droid X2 and it will load the pages in half the time. I am not talking about heavy-content sites either – just text and images.

    4) If you go to some android forums, you will see that there is a bug with this phone that causes the clock to get reset to 5 or 6 hours behind the actual time. I have only had it happen on my phone three times in 2 months, but one morning it caused me to be late for work since I use the alarm on my phone to wake me up in the morning. This bug has been known for at least 6 months. How can Samsung not release a patch in 6 months that covers such a serious, fundamental function of the phone!?!?! Come on Samsung! (There is a community-supplied fix to this issue, but you have to root your phone for the fix to work).

    5) If you are connected to wifi, and try to send a text message with an attached pic, it will simply hang on you. You will not get an error message. It will just state: “Sending…” With a little research I learned that text messages only go through the mobile network and not wifi. So, I turned off my wifi connection and resent the message and it went through fine. This is crazy for me to have to worry about whether I have a wifi connection or not before sending a text with an attachment. I have not heard anyone else having to do this with their phones. (I never had to worry about this before).

    This phone would have been SO MUCH better if they priced it a little higher and gave it a little bit more robust features like a dual-core 1GHz processor and a little more memory. Overall it’s not a horrible phone, but I expected it to at least perform basic functions without any drama. I mean, even my decade-old flip phones didn’t lag when switching between text and phone screens! If you have a few more bucks, you should probably consider the Huawei Ascend Plus, or LG Optimus Showtime (both Net10 or StraightTalk and run on Verizon towers). They both have 1GHz processors, and have 4-inch screens. I really don’t want a larger phone – I am happy with the 3.5-inch screen because the phone is nice and small in my pocket. Huawei has a 3.5-inch phone called the Glory which is on Verizon towers, so I may give that one a shot in a few months.

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for the Money!, September 21, 2013
    By 
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Centura Android Prepaid Phone (Net10) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    This phone is amazing for the value.It takes great pics and I have all my apps at my finger tips. All except one app that I bought this phone for. The phone has all the requirements for the app but will not work on this phone and it is Ibotta. I do couponing and this will not work. Also it loses charge easily so I try to keep it plugged as much as possible. Yes I agree with others that have given a review. The $25 Google play does not work I was buying songs and it was coming out of my checking acct.

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  4. on solevei is the referral thing… that many people PER EACH MONTH…or a
    1 time thing?an continues on an on… an how do they pay the money? in
    cash/check or in phone bill credits?… its like a MLM for prepaid phones..

  5. Thank’s for the great video,it really helped me to understand all this
    stuff in easy terms.I never heard of Solavei until now,and it will probably
    be my new provider because i have been trying to sort through all these
    companies and it does sound the best.

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