Samsung Galaxy Trend review GT-S7392 with single core processor

The Samsung Galaxy Trend model no : GT-7392 is a low budget smartphone running Android 4.1.2 with 512MB RAM and 4GB storage. This handset comes with 3.2MP fixed focus camera and sport a 4 inch screen with WVGA resolution. Galaxy Trend duos is priced at under Rs. 8,500.

Galaxy Trend Box pack
It’s a small box that houses the handset, warranty card, user guide, travel charger, earphone and 1500 mAh battery. It’s a dual SIM handset with micro SIM slots.

Design, Display and OS
The Trend weight (with battery) is 126 gram, thickness 11.03mm, breadth 63.21mm and length 121.46mm. It’s a small handset with two touch navigation buttons and a physical button on the front bottom. Micro USB port is placed at the bottom, 3.5mm audio jack on the top, power button on right and volume rockers on the left.

The TFT screen is 4 inches with resolution 800×480 pixels (WVGA). Viewing angles are okay. The Galaxy Trend runs on Android 4.1.2 with TouchWiz 4.0 user interface. It gives you the feel of the high end phones running the same UI. However at times you will feel the handset lagging. Color reproduction is good and touch is smooth and responsive. This Samsung handset comes with accelerometer sensor only, there are no other sensors not even proximity / light.

Samsung Galaxy Trend box pack

Memory and Storage
Trend GT-S7392 comes with modest 512MB RAM of which 164MB is free and 4GB internal storage of which 2.3GB is free. There is micro SD card slot that supports 32GB cards. OTG is not supported – you cannot connect external pen drives using OTG cable. You cannot save apps on external storage.

Samsung Galaxy Trend review

Performance
The Trend is powered by 1GHz single core Hawaii SS Kyleve (Cortex – A9) chipset coupled with Broadcom VideoCore IV HW GPU. The handset lags at times.

Benchmark scores

  • Quadrant Benchmark : 2430.
  • Antutu Benchmark : 6878.
  • Vellamo Benchmark : HTML5 – 1238, Metal – 383.
  • Nenamark2 : 48.1fps.
  • Multi Touch : 2 point Multi Touch (some users say 3 could be cause screen protective film).

Samsung Galaxy Trend unboxing

3.2 MP camera
The Trend houses a fixed focus 3.2MP camera (without flash support) that can record videos in 640×480 pixels (VGA) resolution. The camera and the video quality looks good considering the specs. You can check the sample images / video at the end. There is no front camera.

Galaxy Trend GT-S7392 3.2mp camera

Gaming and Entertainment
You cannot install apps on external storage. I downloaded dead trigger and played that in high graphics mode. The game play was smooth initially but later on started lagging. Even in low graphics mode you can feel the lag.

You can play 720p videos in hardware mode using MX player, in software mode the audio / video is out of sync.

Others
Loud speaker output and in call speaker output is loud and clear. 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS worked well. Got the GPS lock within 10 seconds. The handset starts lagging a lot once you install many apps.

1500 mAh battery
As per Samsung on a full charge the battery gives a talktime of up to 8 hours. You can check the gaming video, I played the game for 8 minutes and the battery dropped by 4% (this was with full brightness).

Galaxy Trend Verdict
This dual SIM single core handset gives you the feel of a high end Samsung handset (TouchWiz 4.0 interface) for an affordable price, with some lag of course. The price of under Rs. 8,500 may not be a budget friendly price tag for many considering the hardware. For those who are brand conscious this could be a good option, for others who really don’t care – you can get a better deal for the around the same price.

Trend Image Gallery

Sample Images shot using the Galaxy Trend handset

Samsung Galaxy Trend unboxing and review video

VGA video recording using the Galaxy trend handset

Dead Trigger game play on Samsung Galaxy Trend handset

Rate the Samsung Galaxy Trend

  • 5 Star (Awesome) (32%, 185 Votes)
  • 3 Star (Very Good) (20%, 114 Votes)
  • 1 Star (Poor) (18%, 101 Votes)
  • 4 Star (Excellent) (17%, 100 Votes)
  • 2 Star (Average) (13%, 77 Votes)

Total Voters: 577

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  1. The South African says

    I don’t understand this; why would someone want to play high-end games on an entry level phone? Why would you expect so much from an entry level phone then when you don’t get high performance you complain about it. High performance is for high-end phones and that’s simply it.

    Battery life in Samsung smartphones is general poor and its no secret. If you want an Android-powered device with a better battery life then try other brands.

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