Basic Android off-contract
The Samsung Galaxy Discover offers Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for a low price. Its small 3.5-inch screen and sluggish 800MHz single-core CPU, however, don't impress.
Almost pure Android
On board the Samsung Galaxy Discover you'll find a mostly unmolested stock version of Android 4.0. The phone is saddled with some nonremovable carrier-branded applications, though.
Compact but chubby
While the Discover's chassis is relatively small, at almost half an inch thick, it's certainly not thin.
No sharpshooter here
On back of the Samsung Galaxy Discover is its only camera, a 3-megapixel number that lacks a flash to call its own.
Headphones, no problem
On the top edge of the Samsung Galaxy Discover is the phone's 3.5mm headphone jack.
Not premium plastic
The Samsung Galaxy Discover's plastic chassis isn't of the textured, premium polycarbonate variety.
Charge or connect
Placed on the Samsung Galaxy Discover's lower lip is a Micro-USB port for both charging and linking to PCs.
Camera close up
Here's a closer look at the Discover's 3-megapixel camera and speaker.
Choose to remove
Hidden under the Samsung Galaxy Discover's back cover is its 1,500mAh removable battery.
Up your memory
You'll find a microSD card slot under the Discover's battery door, too.
A simple picture taker
Don't expect fancy shooting modes like HDR or panorama on the Samsung Galaxy Discover. The app is as basic as can be.
Compelling mobile tunes
As a Cricket Muve music phone, the Discover can connect to the carrier's digital music library. Best of all, you can store tracks locally for enjoying without the need for a wireless signal.