Samsung Galaxy Fame Preview
Now that's a nice surprise! Low-end phones usually come with cameras that are mediocre at best, but the 5-megapixel auto-focus snapper on the Samsung Galaxy Fame is actually quite usable. In fact, the images that it produces are very rich in detail, and even the ones taken indoors look presentable. The camera interface itself is pretty straightforward to use, offers handy features like panorama and various shooting modes, and can be launched right from the lock screen with the help of a shortcut.
Samsung Galaxy Fame Sample Images Fullscreen
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Samsung Galaxy Fame Sample Video:
The Samsung Galaxy Fame comes with the very same music player present on all of the company's recent Android smartphones. And that's not a bad thing since the app surely gets the job done. It can sort tracks by title, album, artist, or folder name, while playback controls appear in the notification bar for quick and easy access. A 7-band equalizer and additional sound enhancements, such as reverb and bass boost, are included as well. The built-in loudspeaker is pretty loud, but crackles when its volume is turned up all the way.
Our first one-on-one encounter with the Samsung Galaxy Fame went smoothly and left us with a very positive impression. It is a smartphone that looks good, feels comfortable in the hand, and has the potential to be a well-selling Android offering aimed at price-conscious consumers. Of course, we can't ignore the bits we didn't like, its low-quality display being the most significant among them, but as a whole, the device seems quite promising. If you're out looking for a budget-friendly smartphone, keep an eye out for the Samsung Galaxy Fame. It should hit the market in the near future, and that's also when we'll give it our final verdict once we take a finalized unit for a spin.
Samsung Galaxy Fame Video Preview:
2. coelhoboss posted on 14 Feb 2013, 06:21 1 0
Good entry-level phone. Runs Android Jelly Bean, got a decent camera and some nice features. Would get it over a Optimus L5.
3. tmcblog posted on 14 Feb 2013, 06:37 12 1
better buy a chinese phone... with the same price, I can get one with 4" 800x480 display, same memory size, same CPU speed, but more battery capacity..
Lenovo offers better spec with the same price.
Lenovo A690 vs Samsung Galaxy Y --> Lenovo wins ;)
4. Nathan_ingx posted on 14 Feb 2013, 06:46 12 0
I just have one problem...the resolution- 320 by 480 is just too too small. Alreast 380 by 640 would do justice...
5. henrys posted on 14 Feb 2013, 07:53 1 0
so its pretty much the galaxy ace with a better processor and much better software
6. jade272727 posted on 14 Feb 2013, 07:53 0 0
Buy a Cherry Mobile Flare and you get a 4" WVGA IPS Display, 1.2GHZ dual-core processor, 5MP AF Camera and Android.
7. amansingal14 posted on 14 Feb 2013, 08:18 0 0
Sony Xperia E looks way better than this... :(
Samsung you have disappointed me as you always do...
8. alexzibrit posted on 15 Feb 2013, 17:30 0 0
Never understood why people liked rectangular phones cause when it comes down to it they all look the same, no true difference, nothing to set them apart, while I love the look of this phone, too low end for me, but perfect for someone who wants the latest OS but not the highest specs are can't afford them for that matter
10. Samsomesh posted on 20 Feb 2013, 23:36 0 0
@phonearena.. Does it have a GPU.. plez reply..
11. sk9034 posted on 22 Feb 2013, 10:35 0 0
as custumers likes black colour more so Samsung should give this mobile in black color
13. alexzibrit posted on 23 Feb 2013, 21:22 0 0
That's not true, customers always prefer a white edition, hence why white versions were normally only released after the original black one has been released , It was like a Limited Edition version
12. ncv144 posted on 22 Feb 2013, 17:51 0 0
This is a Galaxy Ace with an overclocked processor and different design...