It's another Samsung Galaxy phone.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt for CNET this time taking a look at the Samsung Galaxy Amp.
This is a new phone for Aio Wireless.
Aio is a new wireless company that is an AT&T brand; it's their prepaid arm.
The Galaxy Amp runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean so that's good there.
Otherwise, the specs are pretty entry level.
We've got a 4-inch screen here, felt a little bit small to my hands while I was typing.
That's mostly compared to the screens
that are now about 5 inches now or even larger.
There's a 5-megapixel camera on the back with flash.
There's no autofocus.
The camera is capable of taking 720p HD video but that's not the default setting, so you're gonna have to move it over yourself if you want higher quality from it.
There's also a front-facing VGA camera that took pretty poor video and I wouldn't really wanna use it a lot for video chat.
Photo quality on the main camera was pretty decent for what it was.
You're gonna get some shots that are little bit more on focus than others especially because
there's no autofocus, so you are gonna have to get it sharp yourself.
Under the hood, there's a 1 gigahertz dual-core processor.
Speeds weren't quite as fast for data.
There is no LTE support but you will get 4G.
One pleasant surprise was that call quality on this phone was really strong on both ends.
My caller loved it and I thought that it sounded pretty good too including speakerphone; that's quite a feat.
One detraction is that storage space is abysmal.
It has 4 gigabytes built in, but you'll only get access to about 1 so you are
gonna have to use this expandable storage slot on the side, will take up to 32 gigabytes on external memory.
Aio is a prepaid branch for AT&T so phones are off-contract in prepaid.
This one will cost you $129.99 or for a limited time $99.99.
Having Jelly Bean on this device with Samsung's TouchWiz interface on top is really nice because it gives you access to a lot of features that you might not otherwise see in a phone for this price.
Once again, I'm
Jessica Dolcourt for CNET.
This has been the Samsung Galaxy Amp for Aio Wireless.
You can read my full review at CNET.com.
Mi 11 Ultra hands-on: Xiaomi's superphone has plenty to brag...
Review: The Nubia RedMagic 6 has a ridiculous screen
Big features arrive on the budget Samsung A series
5 things I love about the Oppo Find X3 Pro
Review: Asus levels up with new ROG Phone 5
Review: Motorola One 5G Ace is a $400 phone you can buy for $20
Sony Xperia Pro review: Phone, 4K camera monitor and 5G
Hands-on with Xiaomi's Mi 11
Camera comparison: Galaxy S21 vs. iPhone 12
Review: The Galaxy S21 5G surprised us with its changes