Samsung Galaxy S Mobile Phone Review | The Communication Blog

Friday, July 23, 2010

Samsung Galaxy S Mobile Phone Review

By Andrew Maxfield

The Samsung Galaxy S was announced in June 2010 and is now available in stylish black color. It is a 121 g phone with dimensions 122.4x64.2x9.9 mm.

This phone has 4 inches super AMOLED capacitive touch screen with 16 million colors and 480x800 pixels. The touch screen used here uses a TouchWiz 3.0 user interface. Multi-touch input method, accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, touch-sensitive controls, proximity sensor for auto turn-off and swype text input are some of its other features.

The Samsung Galaxy S has a good 5 mega pixel camera with auto focus feature. It has a secondary VGA camera and some other descent features like Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection.

Memory storage of this phone is also very good with 2 GB system storage and 14 GB user available storage. It uses a microSD memory slot and has an expandable memory up to 32 GB. The 3G phone has Wi-Fi technology as well. The phone makes use of class 12 GPRS and EDGE technology. For connectivity purpose it has Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP but no infrared port is provided. It uses a microUSB.

The Samsung Galaxy S has an impressive battery back up with a talk time of 7.5 hrs and 15.5 hrs in 3G and 2G networks respectively and a standby time of 590 hrs and 490 hrs for 2G and 3G networks respectively. The device is powered by ARM Cortex A8 1GHz processor and works on Android OS. The phone also has GPS facility to track your location and supports almost all major audio/video formats. The Galaxy S also has some preinstalled applications on its Android OS which are fun to use. If you are looking for a great touch screen phone with a crisp display and an alternative to the iPhone 4, then this phone may be your best choice. It is well worth looking at.

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