The Samsung Rex 80 is a great entry level device with standard mobile internet features. It is suitable for students who like to carry trendy looking touchscreen devices and are active on the social network.
The Samsung Galaxy Rex 80 is a dual SIM handset with 3.0 inch TFT LCD TouchScreen offering 240x320 pixels resolution with 133 ppi density.
The device has 20 MB internal memory that is expandable up to 16GB externally via micro SD card. The Rex 80 has a 3.2 MP rear camera with 2048x1536 pixels and video recording capability.
First of all, Its good for touch experience but need to press many times to be work. nnSecond, all are flash application, computer savvy's must know about flash updatation, approx every month. many application will not work and again, if you want to install from website, it will not install or very less application which supports.nnThird, Sound quality very bad, You feel good, if you put the head phone else....nnFourth, Net support is not so good. Some website will not support this phone, You will end up with message 'phone not supported'. Even the common 'internet streaming tv' will not work, which is supported in entry level gprs phone models.nnFifth, Wi-fi support is like a joke. you will never understand the connection creteria. nnSixth, You cannot connect internet via bluetooth or USB connection for laptop/computer as it doesnot have the connecting facility. Means you can use internet in phone only. It does not have tathering facility too which is available in entry models of samsung.nnand lastly, No resale value. I am now trying to sell but not even getting 2k. just purchased a week ago.nnOVARALL, A BIG FLOP IN SAMSUNG MODELS. DO NOT PURCHASE AT ALL. NOT RECOMMENDED.
Firstly, the Phone doesnt support the video playback of many important formats like mp4, mkv etc...crashes abnormally during Call handling as bluetooth transfer is ongoing..there is very poor support by Samsung for this Model, the customer support is non-existent..they just had to back-up something for Nokia Asha, dont go for it...u will be a Loser..
|Model||Rex 80 S5222R|
|SIM Slot(s)||Dual SIM, GSM+GSM|
|Colours||White, Grey, Black, Red|
|Screen Size||3 inches (7.62 cm)|
|Screen Resolution||240 x 320 pixels|
|Pixel Density||133 ppi|
|Touch Screen||Capacitive Touchscreen|
|Screen to Body Ratio||47.14 %|
|Internal Memory||20 MB|
|Expandable Memory||Up to 16 GB|
|Resolution||3.2 MP Primary Camera|
|Camera Features||Digital Zoom|
|TalkTime||Up to 14.66(2G)|
|Standby time||Up to 625(2G)|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n|
|USB Connectivity||USB 2.0|
|Music||Music Formats: Music Formats : MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, Loud Speaker, 3.5mm Audio Jack|
|Other Sensors||Proximity sensor|
|Phone Book||1000 Entries|
|Other Facilities||Organizer, Predictive text input|
Higher pixel density:
143 ppi vs 133 ppi
More internal memory:
30 MB vs 20 MB
90 grams vs 96 grams
More expandable memory:
32 GB vs 16 GB
Lower primary camera resolution:
2 MP vs 3.2 MP
Lesser internal memory:
10 MB vs 20 MB
95.5 grams vs 96 grams
Lower primary camera resolution:
3 MP vs 3.2 MP
11.51 mm vs 11.5 mm
4 inches vs 3 inches
Higher primary camera resolution:
5 MP vs 3.2 MP
Higher battery capacity:
1700 mAH vs 1000 mAH
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