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Dec 29, 2011, 1:26 AM
over in the "Samsung Admire / Vitality" discussion:

I want this phone but I need help guys

i'm really interesting in getting the phone samsung admire but I heard the phone had bad call quality and the texting messaging alert is really low even if the volume is up. Can you please tell me if this is true? I'm a huge texter and i need to have nice call quality. and does the battery life die really fast or does it depend if your on wifi or not?
thank you so very much
I've owned this phone for about 4 months now, and don't have an issue with call quality. As for battery life, be prepared to carry a car charger if you use all the bells & whistles (GPS, wifi etc). If you disable that whenever you can, it will of co...

Oct 17, 2011, 3:16 PM
over in the "Samsung Admire / Vitality" discussion:

Need Some Useful Advice

I am looking to upgrade to my first smart phone. I am seriously considering the Samsung Admire. Is this a good phone for me considering that it is my first smart phone and I have no idea about smart phones? I have heard good and bad things about this phone and I am trying to sort them all out. Thank you in advance.
I chose the Admire for my first smartphone as well. I've had it now for 2 weeks, and have been pretty happy with its performance.

I'll start with the biggest shortcoming first: Battery life. In my limited research, this seems to be a common compl...

Aug 30, 2011, 4:45 PM
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Would have been nice. Never mind about the Android with just 3G.
Still a good balance of price vs features.

They had to cut costs on some things to make it a mid-range priced phone.
Mark_S said:
Would have been nice. Never mind about the Android with just 3G.

All the G stands for in 3G and 4G is how many attempts you've made to get the network right... It does not however mean that the higher t...
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