Summary: The Samsung Droid Charge could've been an absolutely killer piece of Verizon hardware if it didn't suffer from this Android-variant of BSOD. The performance was definitely more than acceptable, and had some very great battery life.
Summary: The Samsung Droid Charge has the best display that we’ve seen on a mobile phone. We found it even superior to the iPhone 4’s Retina Display. The screen is crisp and clear. Colors pop and details are a delight to the eye.
Pros: Fast 4G data speeds, Simultaneous voice and data in 4G, Fantastic display screen, Very good camera, HDMI port, Ample storage, Instructional videos on phone, Good virtual keyboard with Swype
Conclusion: I have to admit that I like the Charge a lot. It’s thinner and lighter weight than the other 4G LTE handsets, and SAMOLED+ is both super contrasty and remedies my number one concern with AMOLED and SAMOLED by giving PenTile the axe.
Conclusion: The Samsung DROID Charge is an incredibly good looking device that in our eyes is marred by a sub-par and hideous OS. With that said, we can’t solely base our final decisions off an “optimum experience” — rooting the device and installing a stock Android ROM.
Excerpt: The Samsung Droid Charge is here and with it brings the second 4G LTE smartphone that Verizon Wireless has released on their network. There are some pros and cons with this device as there are with most smartphones and I will be sure to point them out to you in the review of this device.
Samsung Droid Charge – Verizon’s follow up to the Thunderbolt – user review
12 May 2011
Conclusion: Conclusion The Droid Charge looks like an attractive package, though it’s a bit too expensive for the hardware and software features being offered. I think it’s intended for those who want a reliable Android smartphone that also looks stylish and distinguishable from the crowd – and that’s exactly...
Summary: The Samsung Droid Charge, is 4G LTE enabled phone for Verizon that was originally introduced back in January at CES. It’s going to feature a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen with 480 x 800 resolution, a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, an 8 megapixel rear camera, LED flash, auto-focus, and a 1.3...
Pros: Impressive Super AMOLED Plus display, Fast 4G LTE data speeds, Good call quality, 32GB memory card included, HDMI video port
Cons: Can drop to 3G when indoors, Video recording looks out of focus, Slippery plastic feel, No LED notification light, Large Flash sites will lock-up the web browser
Conclusion: If you are in the market for a good Android smartphone, we would rather flag you down to look at something with a bigger dual-core processor. If you are not willing to dish out a bit more for a bigger device, the Droid Charge may well be a good decision.