Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy S Plus / I9001
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Samsung Galaxy S Plus Review
2 October 2013
Excerpt: The new Samsung Galaxy S Plus , also known as the GT-I9001, one of the fastest Android handsets on the market in pure clock-speed terms. The new handset is also a metallic rear cover and the latest version of Google's Android platform, version 2.3 'Gingerbread' pre-loaded with no need to wait for an update.
Samsung Galaxy S Plus review: Enter the Snapdragon
28 July 2011
Conclusion: The Galaxy S Plus makes sense for people who don't want to spend over the odds on the latest tech. Samsung is probably right not to make a big noise about it. The phone was first announced as a Russia-bound upgrade of the original Galaxy S. It will be released in other markets too, it is now certain. And we know it does just enough to stay afloat in the competition. Of course, we don't mean the dual-core heavy-hitters or the 3D and Full HD enabled media monsters.
Pros: Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G support, 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA support, 4" 16M-color Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) resolution, PenTile matrix, Super slim at 9.9mm, Android OS v2.3.3 with TouchWiz 3.0 UI customization, 1.4GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8255T chipset, 512 MB of RAM, 8GB internal storage, microSD slot (up to 32GB cards), 5 MP autofocus camera with face, smile and blink detection, 720p HD vi...
Cons: No flash for the camera, No dedicated camera key, Fingerprint prone plastics, Virtually unchanged year-old design, Adreno 205 GPU is weaker than PowerVR SGX540 in the original
Galaxy S II vs. Galaxy S Plus vs. Optimus 2X: Head to head revisited
3 June 2011
Conclusion: All three droids performed admirably in our tests and they helped us make two things clear – you can’t beat the performance of modern dual-core CPUs by just overclocking an old chipset. On the other hand, an overclocked single-core chipset is powerful enough for almost everyone. The Samsung Galaxy S II came out on top most often – not always by a lot, but it does seem like the winner in our tests.
Summary: The new Samsung Galaxy S Plus , also known as the GT-I9001, one of the fastest Android handsets on the market in pure clock-speed terms. The new handset is also a metallic rear cover and the latest version of Google's Android platform, version 2.3 'Gingerbread' pre-loaded with no need to wait for an update.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001 is an excellent phone with great price tag. Available with great GPS performance, Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001 is sure to lure the consumers in large number. Powered with 1.4 Ghz processor, it proves to be one of the best and high performance smartphones available in the market.
Pros: Auto-rotation is faster (from vertical to horizontal) , Improvements in speed and excellent performance of GPU , Fast processor , Built-in speakers , Bright display , Light in weight
Cons: Absence of flash for the camera , A dedicated camera key is not present , The plastics of these phones are prone to finger-print , No ICS 4.0
Excerpt: Looking towards the demand of smartphones that boast of a powerful processor, many companies are coming up with their eye-catchy innovations. And, Samsung is one among the top-notch players in this race. Yes, the company has come up with a new member of the family with name Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001 , which is a sleek smartphone featuring a galactic processor.
Conclusion: Although we have some minor complaints with things like TouchWiz, we've loved our time with the Samsung Galaxy S Plus. This is a solid phone that has been improved greatly by the speed upgrade and the new version Android OS (Android 2.3.3, Gingerbread) and Samsung's continued refinement of their own software. In many ways, this is the phone that the Galaxy S should have been when it launched last year.
Pros: Powerful, fast, light, extensive feature list, good still and video quality, latest Android version
Cons: Still a little expensive, it looks like last year's phone
Excerpt: Das Samsung Galaxy S i9000 war ein echter Verkaufsschlager und gleichzeitig das beste Smartphone seiner Generation. Mittlerweile hat Samsung mit dem Galaxy S II bereits einen würdigen Nachfolger präsentiert. Doch weil sich das Galaxy S so gut verkaufte, hat der Hersteller seinem alten Erfolgsmodell gleichzeitig ein kleines Facelift spendiert und es als Samsung Galaxy S Plus i9001 fast zeitgleich mit dem Galaxy S II erneut auf den Markt gebracht.