Samsung Galaxy Precedent first Android phone coming from Straight Talk

39 Responses

  1. how much house can i afford says:

    i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

  2. tony derubeis says:

    i wonder does this phone support a flash drive

  3. noah says:

    This phone will run on the AT&T network not sprint

  4. Zach says:

    How do you know it will run on AT&T?

  5. Corey says:

    How do you know it is the AT&T network. Would be much better for my area with AT&T instead of sprint. I want to know for sure though before I buy it.

  6. Rinda D says:

    Well there is a very simple way to find out if it is going to run off of AT&T or Verizon/Sprint. DOES IT USE A SIM CARD? If it has a sim it will be strictly AT&T usage. The only reason I know this is because earlier this evening I called and asked if there was any way to tell if a phone used V or A towers (in my area A has minimal coverage. I have the Nokia E71-2 A towers only, i can go out in my yard and stand and get a signal but in the house its hit and miss, im disabled need my phone in case im the next “help ive fallen and i cant get up comercial” I was told, if it has a sim card or has the letter G in the Model it is NOT CDMA and it will ONLY WORK ON AT&T. Straight from a tech for Straight Talk to my typing. Oh also claims we cant buy any aps from anywhere but them, in their store not from others, but I have no way of knowing if that is true as of yet….my ? does it require a SIM CARD? That is the deciding factor if I prepay for one or not, nothing says if it does or not….LOVE THE PHONE IT IS SO COOL!!! Thanks for the help if anyone responds. Good Luck to those waiting for it to appear and Happy times for those of you who are happy w what you have…I have the E71 I will be getting rid of I hate it, I need Smart Phones for complete Dunces (and I work on computer quite a bit, former Techie, go figure!! LOL)

  7. aztd1 says:

    This is a Sprint only phone. Look on the box, lower lefthand corner: “CDMA-S”, “s” for Sprint only. Trying to return mine, what a pain! No bars, no 3g.
    BUYER BEWARE! This will not work in the majority of the country. (Also look at Straight Talk’s Android map, that tells right there how bad it is). I learned the hard way.

  8. Rinda D says:

    WELL IT WAS CONFIRMED BY TECHSUPPORT THAT IT IS ON THE SPRINT NETWORK A CDMA PHONE AND NOT ON AT&T

    I FIND IT INTERESTING AZTD THAT YOU SAY IT CAN NOT WORK IN MOST OF THE COUNTRY BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN ALL OVER THE COUNTRY WITH SPRINT PHONES AND THEY WORKED QUITE WELL UNLESS WE WERE BETWEEN THE MOUNTAINS OR SOMETHING EXTREME LIKE THAT.

    WHERE PLEASE DO TELL WHERE STRAIGHT TALKS ANDROID MAP IS SO THAT WE CAN LOOK AT IT AND SEE FOR OURSELVES.

    I CANT WAIT TO CHECK IT OUT, THE ONLY OTHER ? I HAVE IS IF WE WILL ACTUALLY B ABLE TO DOWNLOAD THE ANDROID APPS OR ONLY THE ONES THRU STRAIGHT TALK, THAT WOULD DEFINATELY BE A MAJOR DOWN SIDE IF THE ANDROID APS ARE NOT AVAILABLE.

    GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!!

  9. Samm says:

    Does anyone have an idea of the release date for the phone ?

  10. Jonetta says:

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  11. Keylon says:

    Gosh, I wish I would have had that information earlier!

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  13. Elmira says:

    Yup, that’ll do it. You have my appreciation.

  14. Chad says:

    Sprint only coveres the metropolitan areas and interstates, if you look at a sprint coverage map you WILL see LOTS of white ‘no service’ areas on the map. I unforntaly live 30 miles outside of a sprint tower’s coverage range so I can not get this phone, what a shame too cause I was looking forward for a android phone from straighttalk.

  15. Sara says:

    Bringing the Android to the TracFone network is a great idea. You get a good quality phone at a very economical price.

  16. Ann says:

    Will this phone run off of the Verizon network? I really hope so I would LOVE to get this phone. I have been wanting a Droid for the longest time (I just can’t afford them, But this one I can definitely manage)
    Please let me know!

    Thanks

  17. Cate says:

    Sorry, but it runs on Sprint’s network. I live in Indy & was told (at WalMart) that it would run on Verizon … not true.

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  19. bile says:

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  20. DAVE says:

    I PURCHASED THE PRECEDENT 5 DAYS AGO I FIDDLED WITH IT AND NOW IT WORKS PERFECT. I FILLED UP THE PHONE MEM. IN ONE DAY DOWNLOADING APPS, SO I PUT MY 16 GB CARD IN AND IM OF AND RUNNING, I TRANSFERRED MOST OF THE APPS TO THE CARD
    I LIKE THIS PHONE LOTS I,M 67 YEARS OLD WHO SAID YOU CANT TEACH AN OLD DOG NEW TRICKS,.
    DAVE!

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  22. Vickie says:

    This is a really great phone,with one exception: it DOES run off the Sprint network. Sprint only works in cities/metro areas,and there are several areas where I live in which I cannot get service at all. It’s highly annoying and I wish I could change carriers (bought phone through Straight Talk). Sprint SUCKS!!!

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