Reviews and Problems with Samsung I927 / Captivate Glide
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Samsung Captivate Glide Review
27 September 2013
Excerpt: Samsung announced Samsung Captivate Glide in US. It seems that Galaxy series is going to be a super vital tonic for Samsung mobile industry. As we have already observed that Galaxy S2 is being loved by Smartphone lovers all over the world and it is being preferred over iPhone4 by a majority of high...
The Samsung Captivate Glide Combines Best of Touchscreen and QWERTY
30 September 2012
Summary: Additional comments: Document editor and file manager pre-installed. Stereo Bluetooth. No radio. Corning Gorilla Glass for excellent scratch resistance. Touch-sensitive controls. All plastic. Very similar to the GS II without the branding.
Summary: For the same $149 price, AT&T customers can walk away with the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket , which has a larger display, longer battery life, and blazing 4G LTE speeds. (The Skyrocket costs $249 in some parts of the country, though.
Excerpt: Aaron does an in-depth review of the Samsung Captivate Glide , a high-end Android phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard. Available now at AT&T for $149.99, the Captivate Glide has a 1 GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video...
Excerpt: Aaron takes a look at the Samsung Captivate Glide , a nice little high-end Android phone that offers a physical QWERTY keyboard. Available now at AT&T for $149.99, the Captivate Glide offers a 1 GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD...
Conclusion: About a year ago, I wouldn’t go near a mid-level phone, let alone an entry-level phone, but things have gotten better. The Captivate Glide packs a lot for the price. With a Tegra 2 dual-core processor, a Super AMOLED screen, and 21.1Mbit/s suport, you can’t go wrong at $149.99.
Conclusion: After seeing nothing but some stellar Android smartphones back-to-back, like the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II and the 4G LTE Skyrocket , it’s hard to imagine the Samsung Captivate getting some credible recognition following those two.
Pros: Reasonably priced, Fast HSPA+ speeds, Useable physical keyboard
Cons: Below average 720p video recording, Flimsy build quality, Paltry internal storage
Samsung Captivate Glide – the Galaxy S2 with a QWERTY keyboard is finally here
24 November 2011
Conclusion: Overall, the Samsung Captivate Glide is a great addition to the list of Android smartphones – having the Galaxy S2 with a QWERTY keyboard is pretty awesome, and if you need a good phone for everyday work or even entertainment, you should definitely check it out.