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: The Samsung Galaxy S is still one of the best Android smartphones available. It sports an excellent 4 inch display, powerful hardware and a great 5 MP camera. It was released with Android 2.1 but got an upgrade to 2.2. The follow up has now been released but this is still a good option.
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.
Summary: Sprint's second ever 4G phone is the Samsung Epic 4G. The Samsung Epic 4G is Sprint's unique version of the Samsung Galaxy S. Does it match up to its brothers, the Vibrant and the Captivate or does it get weighed down by its physical bulkiness?
Summary: With the arrival of the Samsung Epic 4G, Sprint now has the best one-two smart phone punch of any carrier. The Evo 4G is great for those who don't need a physical keybord and want perks like HDMI output and a built-in kickstand. It also has a more elegant interface and better widgets.
Summary: The Galaxy S is one of the top Android phones on sale today, with its impressive Super AM-OLED screen easily taking on Apple's 'Retina Display', while the overall performance is excellent. We think it's worth sacrificing an LED flash for such a great phone.
Pros: Incredible screen, Android 2.1, generous storage options (internal & external) and excellent battery life
Cons: So thin, it's actually quite easy to flip out of your hand without a case! The lack of a flash could be annoying for budding photographers
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy S is certainly a competitive device, with the Super AMOLED screen being a real star, making your content look sensational. It might not be constructed from premium materials like the iPhone 4 or the HTC Desire, but we like it all the same: it is comfortable to use, a great device...
Pros: Screen is sensational, HD video capture, HD video playback
Cons: Some software refinement needed, no sign of online video support (yet)