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Review: Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE for Sprint

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wmlaveck

Apr 17, 2015, 5:20 PM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE" discussion:

Galaxy Victory external antenna ports

I just got a Galaxy Victory (Sprint / Ting). I work as a retail vendor. I would like to get a stronger signal when I am inside stores like Best Buy. When I removed the battery cover I notices that there were three micro antenna ports. (That's what they look like.) Can anyone shed some light on this? If the are antenna ports, what is the correct name, micro, mini?
mirjamikari

Mar 18, 2015, 1:05 PM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE" discussion:

samsung galaxy victory

Does anyone know what galaxy phone is most like victory?
I had one few months ago but returned it because i didn't
like the service that company provided. I loved the phone
and would like to purchase one to use with my current
provider ( Walmart straight talk ). I did hear also that Victory phones are discontinued . Is that thru?
WhySoBluePandaBear

Oct 14, 2012, 5:00 PM

What's the point of this over the Nexus?

Serious question. The Nexus is better in almost every regard. I would've gone with the S II, but I can see for future-proof reasons, how a WiMax device might seem unattractive - but as for the Nexus, well, it's LTE as well.


I don't see the point of this phone at it's current pricing. $99 is too high - it honestly should've been free or $20. Otherwise, the Nexus is a superior phone for the mid-range pricing.


The only downside I see to the Nexus, is the lack of an SD card slot.


Am I the only one who feels this way?
That happens a lot in this industry; where mid- or high-end phones end up competing with lower-end phones as they reaches end of life and they're deeply discounted.
I think the Galaxy Nexus is the best phone currently on the market (and as everyone here knows I'm a Blackberry fanboy, so there is no bias) but the lack of an SD card slot (which I didn't know until after I bought it) is really irritating and frankly...
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apocalyptustree

Oct 12, 2012, 3:58 PM

Which is better?

The Viper or this one? Surprised
The touchwiz user interface on this one is more user friendly
 
 
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