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Samsung Galaxy Axiom Pro Reviews

CNET Reviews‘s review Edit

Cricket customers looking for an in-betweener Android would do well with the Admire 2. Its form may not captivate like its closest competitor, the HTC One SV, but the Admire 2's screen and photo quality win out over style and grace, and it also ships with Android 4.1 instead of Android 4.0. Although 4.1 is already two versions behind the times, you don't lose the most important Android capabilities, like Google Now and navigation.
6.7 Rated at:

Published on:
Sep 23, 2013

PC Magazine‘s review Edit

The Samsung Galaxy Axiom for U.S. Cellular packs lots of smartphone power into a compact size at a nice price.
8.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Feb 08, 2013

CNET Reviews‘s review Edit

I like the Samsung Galaxy Axiom's design, battery life, and price -- all positive traits that make me inclined to recommend the phone to the carrier's customers. However, the Android 4.0 smartphone's two biggest deal-breakers for me -- the call quality and data performance -- are still in the air as far as I'm concerned, since I wasn't able to truly test them in the carrier's own realm. For the features and price point, I'd also check out the LG Splendor and Motorola M before making my final decision, though the Axiom's camera has the edge over both.
7.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Dec 10, 2012

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