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Samsung Galaxy Light SGH-T399 T-Mobile 8GB Smartphone - Brown

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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4.78 inches, 0.4 inches, 2.5 inches
  • Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Minimum Rated Talk Time: 12.5 hours
  • Minimum Rated Standby Time: 460 hours
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 0.4 x 2.5 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • ASIN: B00H50DVPE
  • Item model number: SGH-T399
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (376 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,935 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

The Galaxy LightTM will give you more ways to connect both to it and with the outside world. S VoiceTM turns your phone into your personal assistant and responds to every voice command. GPS Navigation turns your phone into an invaluable travel partner. Bluetooth technology connects you to hands-free kits, headsets, keyboards and more. Have access to both personal and corporate email. And with full Google Mobile services integration, you have access to voice search and Google Talk. You'll feel you've never been so connected to a phone before.

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Customer Reviews

I like it much better than my old L9, and it pretty much is just like the Samsung Galaxy S (III, I think?
Michelle Fadeley
My wife has had this phone since Christmas and has loved it every since(I loved it from afar for about three months til I got my own).
tonebone
It has super fast internet, I can have a few apps (I only use about 7 normally), the camera is great for Instagram.
Chelsea

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

152 of 159 people found the following review helpful By GI on January 10, 2014
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Right sized phone. Pocket friendly. It's a Samsung, like my Galaxy Tab 2, so I knew what to expect - good quality.

It's an Android, so you can configure just about anything. I set mine to GSM network only, no mobile data, and I use wifi for my data connection.

My display is at ~ 60% brightness. I also disabled bluetooth, nfc, sync, gps etc. I'm using about 35% battery every 24 hours with moderate use. With light use I should get several days.

The screen is amazing for a 480 x 800 LCD. The user interface is smooth. The 1.4 Ghz quad core CPU is fast but steps down to 400 Mhz when idle to conserve the battery.

You can disable the bloatware, and move some apps to an SD card. Also, this phone has a removable battery and a micro SD card slot. Big pluses for me (The Moto G lacks these features).

The home button wakes up the phone, so you don't have to reach for the power button. Nice. Also you can configure calls so the home button answers and the power button disconnects. Nice and easy, even in sunlight.

The negatives, well there is no notification LED so you have to handle the phone periodically to see if you missed any calls (but the notifications do show on the lock screen). Also the phone is a fingerprint magnet. The battery cover really shows smudges. I guess I'll need to get a case.

It uses a micro sim, I found a template on the internet and trimmed my previous phones mini sim to fit. No problems. Otherwise it does come with a new micro sim, you just have to go through the hassle of activating it. To do so, you need to go to a T-Mobile store or call them, web support seems non-existent. Your phone number, account balance, etc, all stays intact.

I'm on the T-Mobile Pay as you Go plan. I use WiFi for data.
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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Wayne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 1, 2014
This is Samsung's second offering in a nine month period for T-Mobile that gives them a version of the Galaxy S3 mini. The Galaxy Exhibit (SGH-T599, not to be confused with two older Exhibit phones) was similar, but had less memory and a dual core processor. This one has a quad core processor, and LTE, both of which are a step above the S3 mini and the Exhibit. It has far more memory usable for apps than the SGH-T599, equivalent to the S3 mini. It's fast and responsive, features Android 4.2.2 (also above the other two models) and newer features such as voice control, NFC, S-beam, and so on. It has a TFT screen that's crisp and sharp, but not the AMOLED screen of the S3 mini.

With a selling price of $150, (list is much higher) it's a bargain and is as inexpensive as the SGH-T599. If you can get this at a good price, it's well worth it. The SGH-T599 is close enough in most respects that you might want to consider it if you are in the market for a used one, find it cheaper, can find an unlocked one and/or don't need the newer features of this one. The dual core processor is still quite fast.
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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful By BW on January 22, 2014
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I got tired of using expensive phones on an expensive service (Nexus/Rezound on Verizon) and decided to try T-Mobile and the Light out. This phone (while not a Nexus) is awesome. It's cheap enough to be "disposable" in case it breaks, it runs smooth, the battery lasts me all day with regular use w/ wifi on all day (some days 54% by end of day), and it's the perfect size. I'm also what you'd consider an "expert" user, considering I write android apps. The only con with the phone is the camera... it's decent, but not awesome. Do yourself a favor and save a ton of money. I'm sure you'll love this phone like I have.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By PB on April 6, 2014
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UPDATE: After reading a comment from a very helpful person that was posted to another reviewer with the same signal problems, I changed some settings and voila, I have bars now nearly everywhere in the house, and better WiFi too. So, I'm not sending the phone back just yet. I've been able to work out some of my earlier issues and will now see how it goes for awhile. The lack of signal was a major issue but is now better.

For those of you with same issue this may help: Go to settings, network connections, "more networks," and "wifi calling." while it can be marked "yes," click on "connection preferences" and make sure "cellular network preferred" is checked if you want to primarily work off your cell service. For some reason, this had been checked "wifi preferred" (I wonder if this is the default?) and was actually zapping my cell signal in the house. As soon as I changed to "cellular" preference the signal bars went up--way up. Problem solved for now. I was also able to download the 2 apps I wanted (then promptly turned off Google), work with the widgets, etc., so I'm much happier. As I don't like Bluetooth headsets, I got a microphone headset with on/off which works perfectly and allows me hands-free calling in the car, if I really need to talk to someone. Mostly though, this phone can send a text message that I'm not available when I'm driving, so that's good.

So it's all good. Except the design. Still can't figure why anyone designed this with the power button and volume button directly opposite of each other, at the top of the phone where your fingers naturally hit them constantly.

I wrote this earlier:

So here are the good features, so far:

1. My text messages now have a thread so I can see past texts I'm replying to.
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