Samsung Galaxy Indulge SCH-R910 - 2GB - Black (MetroPCS) Smartphone
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About this product
- User Manual
- Family LineSamsung Galaxy Indulge
- Storage Capacity2GB
- Network Generation3G,4G
- Network TechnologyCDMA
- BandCDMA2000 1xEV-DO
- Camera Resolution3.0MP
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSDHC
- Battery Capacity1500 mAh
- Display TechnologyTFT
- Screen Size3.5"
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.6 in.
- Depth0.6 in.
- Width2.4 in.
- Weight5.35 oz
Most relevant reviews
- uatu_zwatcherAug 22, 2013by
very good device for what i paid, does what I needed it for. no service.
i purchased for about 25.00 and for that price this is a very nice little device.
It has a nice sized screen with sharp clear picture I use to watch feature length movies (700mb to 2.38gb in size) on my way to and from work, it plays most file types from flv to mkv, avi to mp4 and of course 3gp and mp3, I also listen to mp3 music (has 3.5mm headphone port and very loud speaker for a cell phone) and play free game apps downloaded from the google play app store on it.
the 3mp camera is very nice for pictures and video recording.
supports upto 32gb sd memory cards
uses standard micro usb/V9 Razr house charger
the only real problems I've encountered are...
1. can't be connected to any phone service (even metropcs as they no longer activate/support it)
2. sometimes spotty wifi connectivity (when it connects it's excellent but sometimes it just doesn't want to connect even with a strong signal)
3.can't find software to root the device and can't remove metropcs brand apps which i suspect are the cause of the phones' connectivity issues)
4.qwerty keyboard is flat with recessed buttons and not really thumb friendly (i find i use the touch screen all the time, and i hated touch screens)
5.as with most smart phones, the battery life is not that great. with wifi disabled it's not bad but turn wifi on and your out of power in very short period
but all that aside, i am very satisfied with this product, it does what i bought it for (entertainment during my commute) and has convinced me to upgrade my telephone phone to android as soon as i can find an affordable cricket android phone to switch to (currently using motorola QA30 "Hint")Read full review
- lordmahakalaDec 09, 2012by
Good Value once battery issues are dealt with in MetroPCS network.
This Samsung Galaxy Indulge is the last of the Android phones with a slide out keyboard for Metro PCS. If you have large fingers that are not touchscreen friendly and hate $100+ phone bills then this may be a good option for you. This runs the older Froyo from 2011 and is not upgradeable so do not expect to run the latest generation of droid apps. The battery is horrible, barely lasting a day of limited use, though battery conservation apps and larger battery options are available making it "Brick Size" and extending life considerably. If you find yourself in a MetroPCS 4GLTE area then it is a serviceable option.
- goldenrose1978Nov 15, 2012by
Metro Service and Phones are Horrible..
I purchased the phone since it was a 4G phone for metro. I had a 3G and figured it would run faster. The phone did run fast, but not by much. I purchased the phone used in July and the phones home key stopped working within a week or so, and by October the back button no longer worked either so I am unable to use the phone. I would not buy ANY other metro phone in my life again. I had metro service for over 6 years and could not handle anymore phone, service or customer service issues. I now use Boost Mobile and love the service, not to mention the shrinkage plan! I also purchased the extended battery and besides making my phone huge, it only helped a little...I now have a samsung galaxy and love it.
- mighty-dealerAug 30, 2011by
Get this phone and upgrade the battery to have the best prepaid android.
Anyone wanting to upgrade to a high quality android phone on a pre-paid carrier should look no further. It has enough memory and processing power to run any application/game I throw at it completely lag free. It's camera takes pictures in a moderately high quality and it records video in 720p DVD quality (not true HD). I've been using this phone for 3 weeks with virtually no problems what so ever. The 4g speeds on Metro PCS have also been impressive, with speed test averaging 2.2 mbps down and 1.4 mbps up. The only flaw is it's battery life, with moderate to heavy use you will find yourself charging it up in 6-9 hours. However an aftermarket 3600mAh extended battery is available that I have averaged a total 27 hours of use on until a charge was necessary.
- 1069145582@dele...Aug 13, 2011by
Best no-contract phone available. Period.
I bought the Galaxy because, frankly, it is the best option out there for someone who can't get a contract from one of the major companies like AT&T or Sprint. Yes, the battery life is not great, but I've compensated by having an extra battery with me or in my car at all times, just in case. Normally, if I'm not sitting at work playing Angry Birds all day, battery life is not an issue. The screen is big, the Android Market is wonderful, and I love having Swype (I haven't even used the slide-out keyboard). Great phone for the money, especially the $60/month cost for unlimited service. Oh, one minor thing I am not pleased with: no zoom whatsoever on the camera. No biggie.