Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy W / Exhibit II 4G / i8150 / T679
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Samsung Galaxy W Review: In Depth
1 June 2012
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy W is the latest Galaxy Smartphone to arrive in the UK. As the younger brother of the million selling, award winning Samsung Galaxy S2, it offers many similar specs but at a much more affordable price point. Is it a compromise too far? Or is this 1.4Ghz touting Android handset a killer smartphone in its own right? We’ll find out.
Pros: Bright and sharp screen, Very comfortable to hold, 1.4Ghz Processor ensures it feels fast
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Wonder very much surprised me when I began using it; for my conclusion I am going to use the quotation I used to describe it to my brother: “it’s like the Galaxy Note is the powerful dad, the S2 is the athletic son and the Wonder is the hench baby.” This phone is a VERY good phone to buy if you can’t quite afford the Note or the S2 as it works very smoothly and I really couldn’t find many things wrong with it (except the stupid power/unlock key.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy W supports normal network communication, so if anyone is looking for a 4G phone should skip this immediately as an option. But due to its strong 1.4 GHZ processor, paired with 1GB of ROM, the phone is capable of running most day to day apps and games. The Samsung Galaxy W features a 3.7 inches LCD which supports a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, but no Super AMOLED screen technology. The resolution is good and offers great viewing angels.
Pros: Rich media codecs support, Good LCD display with decent pixel density, Comfortable to grip and operate with one hand
Cons: Below average call quality in the earpiece, Camera is rather slow to focus sometimes
Samsung Exhibit II 4G – not bad at all for a prepaid phone from T-Mobile
2 December 2011
Conclusion: You get all the features above with the unlocked phone to be used on any network you want for only $200 – that’s a very good price, I’d say – not even used smartphones cost this low. T-Mobile and Walmart also offer you a contract-free $30/month subscription for 5 GB of data, unlimited texting and 100 voice minutes, which is pretty much perfect for a prepaid phone, but you can always get a better package from T-Mobile themselves or other networks around the world (and...
Summary: Samsung Galaxy W is a mid-end device powered by the Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread with a 1.4GHz single core processor. Samsung Galaxy W comes with touchscreen measuring 3.7-inches with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy W I8150 is the latest announcement from Samsung. It will be releasing in expectedly in this year 2011. This will be a 3G cell phone. This has a cool and handsome look with only three keys on it. It is full touchscreen phone. Samsung Galaxy W I8150: Build & Display It is measuring 115.5 x 59.8 x 11.5 mm and weight specification is not available yet. Its display screen is of 3.7 inches with 480×800 pixels resolutions.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Wonder very much surprised me when I began using it; for my conclusion I am going to use the quotation I used to describe it to my brother: “it’s like the Galaxy Note is the powerful dad, the S2 is the athletic son and the Wonder is the hench baby.” This phone is a VERY good phone to buy if you can’t quite afford the Note or the S2 as it works very smoothly and I really couldn’t find many things wrong with it (except the stupid power/unlock key.