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Noah's Samsung Captivate review (AT&T)
28 April 2015
Summary: Despite some questionable software decisions on Samsung's part and some questionable "value add" decisions on AT&T's part, I heartily recommend Captivate as a top-notch Android device. It's also the best smartphone currently in AT&T's lineup for anyone who doesn't want an iPhone.
Summary: My gripes and groans about the choice of materials and custom software notwithstanding, I think Vibrant is an excellent smartphone. To say it again, I'll take Vibrant over myTouch 3G Slide as the current king of T-Mobile's offerings.
Excerpt: Aaron reviews Verizon's Samsung Fascinate, the last member of the Galaxy S line. With a 1 GHz processor, 5.0-megapixel camera, and Android 2.1 with TouchWiz, it's a high-end device - even if it doesn't sport the "DROID" moniker. Part 1 of 2.
Excerpt: Weekly Bone for August 29 thru September 4, 2010. News reviewed by Jon during this video include all of our insight on the newly released Samsung Epic 4G plus Sydney's dogfight between the Sharp FX and LG VU Plus. Catch these stories and much more fun from Jon's Weekly Bone recap video.
Excerpt: Aaron reviews Verizon's Samsung Fascinate, the last member of the Galaxy S line. With a 1 GHz processor, 5.0-megapixel camera, and Android 2.1 with TouchWiz, it's a high-end device - even if it doesn't sport the "DROID" moniker. Part 2 of 2.
Summary: Overall, the Fascinate left us feeling very satisfied. The crisp display was impressive, the processor was quick and the social hub didn't add as much clutter to the OS as other feed aggregators often do.
Pros: Design, Call Quality/Network, AMOLED Display, Swype, Camera
Summary: Samsung introduced a handful of Galaxy S smartphones this summer, and all of them are impressive. The problem is, however, that most of them are so similar that they can be hard to distinguish. But not the Samsung Epic 4G.
Summary: The Samsung Vibrant sure does make a great first impression. As soon as I pulled the phone out of the packaging, I was impressed with its thin profile, big screen, and how comfortable it was in my hand. And, the more I used the Vibrant, the more impressed I was with its functionality, as well.
[Updated] Hands-On Review Of Sprint's Samsung Epic 4G
20 August 2014
Summary: The specs, hardware, software, speed, an amazingly crisp screen, build quality, presence of a hardware keyboard, 4G - all of these are combined in the Epic 4G. If you’re an existing Sprint customer and you want a rich, deep color screen or need a slider keyboard, you should definitely look no...
Samsung Epic 4G Review Roundup: Keeps The 4G Fire Burning
16 August 2014
Summary: All things considered, it seems like the Epic 4G is a winner, even compared to the other Galaxy S devices. The addition of a rear flash and an expansive, quality keyboard give it an edge that even a lackluster TouchWiz UI can't kill.