Pros: great screen, tons of apps, but . . . (see Cons)
Cons: UNACCEPTABLE battery life. It really SUCKS! After charging the darn thang all nite it starts complaining about low battery around 2 pm - no heavy phone use or web use. That is a HUGE disappointment as my day does not end at 3pm.
Pros: Battery life! Ran it for 3 whole days with WiFi on, nothing done to minimize power. Unreal for a smartphone. Great size for browsing. Compared to my Captivate, shows same amount of info on larger screen, but bigger text. Very light. Perfect size for talki
Cons: 4 days into it and I haven't found one yet. That's what makes it so great.
Summary: I have to admit, at first the Samsung Infuses 1.2 ghz single core processor and android 2.2 froyo os ON PAPER did not impress me. After seeing all the other great specs (especially the 4.5 Super AMOLED plus screen) and doing a lot of research, I decided to march down to the AT&T store and give the Samsung Infuse a test drive.
Pros: + Extremely thin + Phone is lightning fast + LCD screen is gorgeous and very bright + The camera is very nice. It has an 8 megapixel 4x zoom + LED flash + The video camera take beautiful recordings at 720p
Pros: A-) 8 megapixel camera takes superb pictures B-) Battery is able to last a full day (which is why I choose this instead of a dual core Android phone) C-) Screen is huge but manageable. Due to its screen size your able to take more pleasure in surfing web
Cons: A-) I'm still stuck with Android 2.2. Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) would of been highly welcomed. B-) TouchWiz 4.0 is not included, although TouchWiz 3.0 does its job. C-) Resolution could of gone up a bit. Icons are just to big. D-) Data services are faster