New Straight Talk Android Phones
Since end of last year, the wait for the launch of Android-based prepaid Straight Talk phones for sale were widely discussed with pre-orders pouring in like wildfire. And subsequent to the launch of Samsung Galaxy Precedent as the first new Straight Talk Android phones soon after, the drawback on coverage quality crops up. But with Sprint securing wholesale contract with Straight Talk which sees future new Straight Talk Android phones running on the same network such as LG Optimus Q, it seems the demand still prevails…
So, What’s In It With New Straight Talk Android Phones?
Despite the major headache caused by new Straight Talk Android phones coverage which appears to be less-satisfactory in parts of southern US, using ST Androids such as Samsung Precedent and LG Optimus Q in denser areas like New York and Washington present less of the issue. But coverage aside, Straight Talk Android phones 2012 do have its market traction for many other reasons.
Android also maximizes the WiFi functionality by enabling its device to operate as WiFi hotspot for remote Internet connection.
With Android, third-party applications are only granted execution within sandbox which is disconnected from system’s resources and hence, requisition of personal data can only be enabled with your explicit permission.
Aside from voice-calling, Android also supports voice-guided navigation and voice-texting for simple convenience.
Android also leverages on the capacitive touchscreen to deliver Text-With-Swype which enables users for speedier texting.
Embracing The New Straight Talk Android Phones
Even after having LG Optimus Q added to the new Straight Talk Android phones range, Samsung Galaxy Precedent has yet to fully recline from its fame. Being the pioneer Straight Talk Android Smartphone, Samsung Precedent still comes strong for having most of the features and functionalities of LG at $40 less currently, with just a little compromy on camera quality.
Nonetheless, buying this Straight Talk Android phone still tip the usability and versatility scales. For one, it comes free with a 2GB MicroSD card and secondly, which is also the biggest advantage for tech geek, is the ability to root your device to better customize your phone but do consider warranty issues before revamping.
Get more details from the Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy Precedent Review.