Review: Samsung Galaxy Prevail
Samsung's latest Galaxy handset, the Prevail, lands on Boost Mobile's network for $180. Does this little Android phone have what it takes to compete with the big boys? Find out in Phone Scoop's full review.
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Though it wears the Galaxy name, the Samsung Prevail is not part of the Korean company's line of high-end Android devices. Rather, it's a much simpler smartphone for Boost's prepaid network. What it may lack in style and flash, it makes up for in power and usability.
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In the wake of its courtroom victory against Samsung, Apple today asked the court to ban sales of eight Samsung devices found to infringe on its design and other patents. The devices include the Galaxy S 4G, S2 (AT&T and T-Mobile), S2 Skyrocket, S2 Epic 4G, S Showcase, Droid Charge, and Galaxy Prevail.
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As far as tethering to a computer via USB? I'll get back to you on that.