Review: Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE for Boost Mobile
The Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE offers a lot of value for the dollar. It costs $130, which is higher than the $49 - $99 price points for most Boost phones, but far less than today's flagships, which Boost sells at full price of $450 - $600. That $130 gets you an attractive handset that makes quality calls, offers solid network performance, and has just enough battery life for most people.
Samsung's TouchWiz user interface still feels heavy-handed, but it offers a lot of flexibility throughout. For example, the extra options in the phone app are a nice touch. The messaging and media apps run the norm, but I wish the Snapdragon 410 processor provided a bit more horsepower.
The camera held up better than I expected it to for this class of device. It's not going to help you win any photography awards, but it does well enough for most daily photography needs.
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In short, the Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE is worth a look if you want a good all-around phone that won't break the bank.
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