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Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus prices in Malaysia

If ever you are in the need to purchase and own a brand-name smartphone but you are restricted to a limited budget, then the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus is item of choice! Check out the offers that we have below or click here to read more about the budget-friendly smartphone!

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Lowest Price: RM 433.50
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Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus Price by Country
Malaysia MYR 434
Vietnam VND 2,290,000

About Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus Malaysia: Keeping Your Budget Safe

One of the best thing that a powerhouse company and brand like Samsung can do in representation of listening to its consumers is actually proving that they do listen and take action. In the midst of all the smartphone rave, there rose a high demand of brand-name smartphones but feature budget-friendliness. It was at this time that Samsung called to arms and rose to take action in fulfilling this demand of their consumers. And thus, laid bare to be budget-friendly and completely functional smartphone equipped with all the features that one needs in a decent smartphone that is the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus.

Putting a Plus in the Features of the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus

Featuring a 4-inch screen, a very decent 5-megapixel camera, 1.2GHz-clocked dual core CPU, and Android 4.2 manning the captain’s quarters, the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus is a very reasonably decent smartphone that you can get for yourself if you are on a tight budget. The sides of the body are curved to allow a more comfortable and ergonomic feel and experience whilst handling and using while the body is made out of plastic, it doesn’t necessarily feel as affordable as the price that it is demanding from consumers.

When considering the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus is quite affordable to own, its screen and display quality are of commendation. The screen sports the TFT LCD variant which is measured at a maximum of 4 inches and a resolution of 480x800 along with the pixel density of 233 ppi. Looking at the phone at an angle would not render the vivid colors dim to any extent, so that is a plus in the decent smartphone books. The display brightness is reportedly enables the phone to be used under direct sunlight. Though there is a slight flaw in the fact that the phone is unable to adjust the brightness automatically depending on the ambient surrounding lighting.

Should You Own It?

Considering many other factors other than the screen and the display, the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus is a decent budget-friendly smartphone to own. The fact that it is of the Samsung brand name is an equal measure of why amongst many. Another could dwell on the fact that this smartphone’s battery could last longer than its numerous, more powerful successors. You could also look at the fact that the smartphone is quite small and fits right in the palm of your hand so you would not need to worry about it accidentally slipping out of your hand and come crashing down, screen-first. Another factor about having a Samsung-branded smartphone that is equally decent-performing and budget-friendly, is the fact that you are eligible to download and install the numerous applications that are available on Google Play Store and the fact that you can access Google Now. These are a few of the “should” of owning this smartphone

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-12-03
Good display for its class, Great call quality, Usable web browser, Decent battery life, Camera takes good photos in daytimeOccasional lags and performance issues, Lowquality videos, Very low on builtin storage
With the Galaxy Trend Plus, Samsung is aiming to grab the attention of those consumers in need of a brand-name smartphone that doesn't break the bank. Retailing for under $200 off contract, it offers a decent 4-inch screen, a usable 5MP camera, a dual-...
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