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Samsung Galaxy Apollo Review
1 June 2011
Summary: With the success of the Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung has already started targeting the lower tiered customers with the Samsung Galaxy Apollo. With slightly lower performance specs but a new, mirrored, stylish design this phone just may accomplish that goal.
Summary: In terms of communication quality the model is on par with modern smartphones. Ringtones are very loud, so you have no chances to miss calls if the volume is maximum. The vibro is average and it may not always be felt in a jacket or coat pocket.
Conclusion: Another decent effort Samsung. Only problem is that we seem to get new Android phones every few weeks. Will there be a better specced and better value one around the corner? I suspect the answer is yes.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Apollo comes with a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen that supports multi-touch. The screen is very responsive, it’s easy to text on and scroll through maps and web pages using pinch to zoom gestures.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy 3 (i5800). It comes with all the facilities provided by Galaxy 5 with some slight modification. For example, the phone has a 3.2 inch screen as compared to Galaxy 5`s 2.8 inch. As far as dimensions are concerned, Galaxy 3 will be of more length as compared to Galaxy 5.
Cons: Very good SNS integration with contacts, Latest Wi-Fi, Bluetooth standards
Excerpt: The Galaxy Apollo is a budget Android smartphone from Samsung that features a capactive screen among its other impressive features. Is this £150 phone a bargain, or are there hidden catches? Find out in our review.
Excerpt: Android Trilogy When it comes to Android devices, Samsung’s Galaxy series has carved a niche of its own. After the success of Samsung Galaxy S, the brand has now launched the new Galaxy 3 from its Android stables. It is a touchscreen bar phone with compact design and sleek form factor.
Summary: Lightweight, solid and reasonably attractive from the front – but the back panel is made from cheap black plastic The touch interface and customisable home screen both work well, so after a bit of setting up you’ll have the Galaxy Apollo exactly how you want it The flash-free camera isn’t great, but...
Pros: Affordable for an Android phone. Fairly impressive capacitive touch-screen, decent built-in storage and access to the Android Market
Cons: Poor camera and sluggish GPS. Screen is relatively small and low-resolution
Excerpt: Finally, proof that a smartphone need not be ludicrously expensive to effectively run the Android OS. Yes, you read that correctly -- Samsung is bringing affordability and functionality to the masses with its I5801 Galaxy Apollo (otherwise known as the Galaxy Naos or Galaxy Leo).