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Samsung Galaxy Indulge

alaTest has collected and analyzed 160 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design and size. The usability and value for money also get good views. The GPS navigation and screen get mixed views. There are some negative opinions about the features and reliability.

responsiveness, value for money, usability, size, design

battery, camera, portability, reliability, features

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Samsung Galaxy Indulge is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Samsung Galaxy Indulge

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 52 user reviews of Samsung Galaxy Indulge from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on Amazon.com.

battery, value for money, size

portability

75% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Samsung Galaxy Indulge R910 Extended 3600mAh Li-Ion Battery + Battery Door Cover Mobile Phone Repair Parts Replacement

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Samsung Galaxy Indulge (black, MetroPCS)

 

We have to hand it to MetroPCS. The contract-free carrier is gripping the 4G bull by the horns and making the 4G-capable Samsung Galaxy Indulge its first lasso at the smartphone rodeo. The Indulge, an off-shoot of Samsung's respectable line of glossy...

The Samsung Indulge has a responsive slide-out QWERTY keyboard, good call quality, and the distinction of being MetroPCS' first 4G Android smartphone

Poor battery life might make some buyers think twice, and the specs don't stand up to higher-end Galaxy S phones. It's also rather expensive

With strong specs and good call quality, the Indulge is arguably MetroPCS' best phone, but the weak battery life is a disappointment.

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Samsung Galaxy Indulge (MetroPCS)

 

The Galaxy Indulge is a slightly chunky slider phone at 4.6 by 2.4 by 0.6 inches (HWD) and 5.4 ounces. I like that the Indulge uses hard buttons for its Home, Back and Menu keys, but I'm a bit turned off by the Indulge's somewhat dim, grainy 3.5-inch...

Fastest, most powerful smartphone on MetroPCS. Full keyboard

Expensive. Feels flimsy when compared with other high-end smartphones. Dim screen. Poor voice quality

The first LTE smartphone available in the U.S., the Samsung Galaxy Indulge is the most powerful handset you'll find on MetroPCS. But you can get better bang for your buck.

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Samsung Galaxy Indulge Review

 

Even though Verizon released its first 4G LTE smartphone last month, the HTC ThunderBolt, some of you may have missed the fact that the first ever 4G LTE Android smartphone in the U.S. was actually launched by MetroPCS about a month before that - the...

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Samsung Galaxy Indulge

 

Speedy 4G phone quickly runs out of juice

4G LTE connection ; Fast processor ; Roomy QWERTY keyboard

Short battery life ; Dim display ; Camera shutter lag

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Samsung Galaxy Indulge 4G Review by Sydney | PhoneDog

 

The Samsung Galaxy Indulge is the first 4G LTE Android smartphone available on the market. That means that while all of Verizon's customers are waiting for 4G , you prepaid MetroPCS customers can already enjoy all of the 4G good-ness you...

1 GHz Hummingbird processor; 4G; Android 2.2; TouchWiz UI; decent physical keyboard

Camera could have been better; somewhat poor battery life; price

The Galaxy Indulge is easily the best smartphone available from MetroPCS. If you have the extra cash, go for it; however, considering the price, I wouldn't push it. If things are tight, the Optimus M is a good alternative.

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"Poor Quality Phone"

 

I will be looking into another

Decent battery life, good connection speeds.

If even one drop of water touches the screen or you leave your finger in the same spot for too long, the screen locks up or starts jumping.

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"it is a good phone"

 

i juset upgrade forome the lg otmastm a relly goood phone fast phone

bad battery life

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"PLAN ON LEAVING PHONE ON CHARGER MOST OF THE TIME"

 

The horrible battery life is totally unacceptable. Fully charged phone, with all the tweaks, left off the charger overnight was completely dead this morning. Because of this I will not specifically mention the great features. Read other reviews. If you...

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"Good phone bad battery life!"

 

This is my first real smartphone and I like it over all. Metro PCS does not have the best coverage but $60 a month for unlimited 4g I can put up with that. I would strongly recommend carrying the power cord with you at all times and make sure you turn...

The phone has a slide out qwerty keyboard, Micro-SD card comes with the phone, easy to use for a first time smartphone owner, and the price is right.

The camera is worse than my IPod Touch, the battery life sucks, and again the battery life sucks

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"Don't waste your money. Worst phone ever!"

 

Save your money. Avoid the grief. Consider other phones. Even the cheaper one with less features might be better.

For as long as you are plugged in via the ac adapter / usb, this phone has a lot of features. Good intuitive design. Convenient sliding keyboard. Fast processor. When it works, it will rival any high end phone in the market.

Battery Life! Stock battery- 1 hr talk / 4 hr standby. Extended battery- 2 hr talk /6 hr standby. Don't believe the spec sheet. Bluetooth/wifi erratic. Software crashes frequently. MetroPCS is the pits for support & customer service on this phone.

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