Reviews and Problems with Samsung S7230 / S7233 / Wave 723
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Análisis Samsung Wave 723
5 October 2011
Summary: Para cerrar este análisis hay que destacar que este smartphone de Samsung es muy bueno, que cumple con lo que promete y que tiene lo necesario para ser muy exitoso dentro del mercado electrónico.
Conclusion: Okay, back to shore – we had a fun time cruising with the Samsung S7230E Wave 723. Let’s get the negative impressions out of the way first – there is only a couple of those. The screen is the biggest disappointment. We can justify the switch to TFT, SuperAMOLED is much too limited in quantity.
Pros: 3.2" 256K-color TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen, WQVGA (240 x 400 pixels), multi-touch input support, Solid 11.8mm-thin metal body with detachable protective flap with leather texture, Bada OS with Samsung Apps, Quad-band GSM support with dual-band 7.2Mbps HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n connectivity wit...
Cons: Low resolution screen, Limited number of available applications, No lens cover, No DivX/XviD video support, Web browser performs poorly with Flash, Card slot is under the battery, Preinstalled SatNav software is a trial only, No ambient light sensor to change screen brightness dynamically, No sec...
Summary: Samsung Wave 723 handset includes some exciting features such as wide touch screen display, 5 mega pixel camera, Wi Fi connectivity, Bluetooth® 3.0, A GPS support and a lot more. The device will be out in various colours but as of now the pictures are showing the black shade.
Cons: 3G, Wi Fi, 5MP camera, 16 GB memory support, QVGA video recording
Excerpt: Samsung’s initial attempt with their very own OS, Bada, – Samsung Wave – had too many first’s to it making it an instant hit among users, thin aluminum chassis, a 1GHZ Hummingbird handset, for the first time ever Super AMOLED screen, were some of the “firsts” to name a few, making their debut.
Conclusion: There are a few places where the Samsung Wave 723 lets itself down. Although it is a budget handset, and some compromises can be accepted, it’s the strength of the competition that really leaves the Wave struggling for air.
Pros: Great build quality, responsive screen, good level of connectivity for an affordable phone, camera pretty good
Cons: Some Bada oddities, none of the excitement of being part of a grander system like Android, poor video capture and playback, Samsung Apps can't compete with rival stores
Excerpt: The Wave 723 is the most recent of Samsung’s handsets to run Bada, the company’s own operating system. First to do so was the Samsung Wave, which boasted a fantastic AMOLED display and a stylish, quality chassis. This latest incarnation is built on a budget and it is very apparent.