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Samsung's blazing fast Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile reviewed
23 February 2011
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile is an update of T-Mobile's popular Samsung Vibrant Android smartphone. It is virtually a clone of the original Vibrant, but comes with Android 2.2 Froyo pre-installed, has a forward-facing camera for video calls, and offers super-fast HSPA+ "4G" data speeds. It even has a larger battery than the original.
Pros: Great display, solid browser, blazing data speeds, good photo and HD video capture, Wi-Fi calling
Cons: No camera flash or shutter button, minimal internal storage
Excerpt: 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...
Excerpt: 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?
Conclusion: If you’re on AT&T then you finally have access to a decent Android phone. If you’ve been waiting for one, then your wait is over, it’s here in the Samsung Galaxy S or Captivate. The phone is thin and lightweight, many smartphones out here are big and bulky but the Captivate is svelte and stylish. The 4” screen is beautiful,everything you do from web browsing to playing games to watching movies and checking email will look great.
Pros: Very nicely designed phone, Fast, Good call quality, Decent pictures even without flash, Quick GPS acquisition, Beautiful screen
Cons: No Flash, AT&T garbage included, No microSD card included