- GSMArena Team , GSMArena
Its dull looks do it no justice as software-wise, the device is identical to the current Galaxy S II lineup.
Reviews (7.2/10 Avg. rating)
A fast and capable Gingerbread smartphone but a little chunky though
Thin and light, DNSe sound enhancement technology, Fast processor
We've had enough time to form impressions of these inexpensive smartphones. They're classic midrange packages with solid feature sets but the goal is clearly to stay within budget rather than impress anyone with specs.
For a few bills more, users are getting better performance (especially in games) and a better camera (both stills and video) out of the Samsung Galaxy W I8150. But they'll have to install a custom ROM if they want Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (and at the time of writing there isn't one).
Of course, the Samsung Galaxy W is not for geeks only, but they're usually... Full review
An impressive offering for its price point
Strong in some areas, weak in others, the Samsung Galaxy W is a mash-up of the best and slightly below par offerings on the mid-range smartphone market for those users not yet ready to make the jump to the high-end and costly Samsung Galaxy S2. A very impressive battery life far exceeds those of its higher-end, higher-priced rivals, while the intuitive interface and speedy processor offer a strong introduction to the smartphone scene for those who are adopting the well-priced Samsung Galaxy W as their first trip away from feature phones. With the numerous benefits outweighing the negatives,... Full review
Runs smoothly and does everything you need it do do
Its dull looks do it no justice as software-wise, the device is identical to the current Galaxy S II lineup
It's a pleasure to use thanks to its great screen, nimble processor and good quality camera
A reasonably priced smartphone that's equipped in handling most basic needs
After giving it a good rundown, it's blatantly obvious that the Samsung Exhibit II 4G isn't the shiniest thing out there, but if you're able to overlook some of its inconsistencies, you'll find a reasonably priced smartphone that's equipped in handling most basic needs. Even better, it's not going to drain your pockets thanks to its $29.99 on-contract price – plus, you can pick it up for $199.99 as a prepaid option too. And if you choose to go with the latter option, it'll go perfectly with T-Mobile's new $30 per month prepaid unlimited plan, which offers 100 voice minutes, unlimited text... Full review
Below average call quality in the earpiece and camera is rather slow to focus sometimes
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Manuals / User Guides
- Samsung Galaxy W Manual (PDF)
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