Samsung Galaxy Grand
Samsung has a wide selection of phones that don’t receive the same press as the Galaxy S or Edge series, but they’re excellent choices for budget-minded users. While the Samsung Galaxy Grand isn’t one of the company’s flagship models, it’s loaded with some great features smartphone at a price that’s nice.
With a fairly quick 1.2 GHz processor and a 5 inch screen, the Galaxy Grand is compact smartphone with a feature many Galaxy S, Note and Edge users wish were present on their more expensive models; the Galaxy Grand accepts microSD cards for further data storage (up to 64GB). However, microSD cards are the only storage option, so choose a card accordingly.
The phone connects to LTE cellular networks as well as wifi networks.It also features an 8 megapixel camera sensor, with a 5 megapixel front-facing sensor. It also charges up to 50 percent on a 30 minute charge using what Samsung calls Adaptive Fast Charging, for those times when you’re on the go but your battery’s low. If you need to stretch that battery life out, a 10 percent charge can provide 24 hours on use on its power saving mode. The Grand also comes with an NFC chip, making it compatible with Android Wallet. Ironically, the phone is not compatible with own payment solution, Samsung Pay.