Excerpt: While home theater buffs still wring their hands and stock their bank accounts in anticipation of OLED technology big enough to hang in the living room, the age of OLED is already upon the mobile world. Samsung isn’t the first manufacturer to drop a full-color OLED panel into a cell phone, but given the widespread availability and price ($199 on AT&T with contract) of the Impression, it’s the first one you might actually have a shot to own here in the U.S.
Summary: The AT&T Samsung Impression is one of the best messaging phones available on any carrier. Thanks to its beautiful AOLED display, 3-MP camera, and large and comfortable keyboard, the Impression will wow onlookers almost as much as the iPhone. We wish it were a bit cheaper, but the Impression is one impressive device.
Pros: Gorgeous display, Fast Web speeds, Excellent and comfortable keyboard, Beautiful design, 3-MP camera,
Cons: Pricey, No 3.5mm headphone jack, Mediocre battery life,