Samsung Galaxy S 4G
4G Internet speeds.
Latest version of Android.
Screen is wonderfully vibrant and colorful.
One of the best for viewing media.
Handset design is topnotch in all ways.
Great call quality.
Ready for downloads.
Solid overall performance.
First device to support T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 21 Mbps.
Screen resolution isn't cutting-edge.
Missing movie store.
TMobile’s mediocre coverage will make this handset less appealing for those outside of high density populations.
Speakerphone produces sharp sounds.
Not comfortable to use.
No HDMI out.
4G to 3G to EDGE hand offs are often slow.
Looks and feels cheap.
Froyo instead of Gingerbread.
The materials could be better.
No camera flash.
By Good Gear Guide on April 24, 2012
If you desperately need or want 4G connectivity on your phone and live or work in an area that's effectively serviced by Telstra's 4G network, the Galaxy S II 4G's fast data speeds will certainly impress you. However, newer phones like the...80
By PC Mag on May 16, 2011
The finest Android smartphone available today, the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II delivers in almost every way. Thing is, it's so expensive, it almost prices itself out of the market. Buy it...80
By GadgetReview on May 10, 2011
There’s no such thing as the perfect phone. Just like computers a few years ago, it seems like as soon as you walk out of the store with a new phone, there’s something even newer, even better, and for less that just came out. So picking a...100
By ConsumerSearch on April 01, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile is what Eric Zeman of PhoneScoop.com calls a "near carbon-copy" of the Samsung Vibrant, yet this slim smartphone offers some worthy improvements. The Galaxy has the same 4-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen,...-
By HotHardware on March 31, 2011
We're seeing a lot of hot phones hit the market lately. Of course, one of the most touted new features is 4G capabilities. As you can assume from its name, the Galaxy S 4G is capable of 4G speeds when a 4G connection is available from T-Mobile's...-
By Wired on March 15, 2011
It’s official: 2011 is the year of incremental progress. Mobile handsets have settled into a groove featurewise and are now gently nudging their way upward in speed, power and capabilities.If we’re going to be stuck in a climate of baby...70
By Engadget on March 10, 2011
It's an exciting time to be a T-Mobile customer. There's never been a better selection of high-end AWS-compatible Android devices before. The Galaxy S 4G, Nexus S, myTouch 4G, and G2 each bring a unique flavor of Android to the table. We think...80
By BrightHub on March 10, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is not the successor to the original Samsung Galaxy S, but rather an upgrade to the .for T-Mobile. T-Mobile has done an amazing job enhancing their new "4G" network and has released several smartphones capable of using the...40
By CellPhoneQuick on March 08, 2011
Samsung Galaxy S 4G is a touchscreen phone at a suitable Price in India. Samsung Galaxy S 4G lets you stay connected with friends through messaging, Email, Instant messaging and Social networking integration. It lets you chat and update nomatter...-
By Pocketnow on March 07, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G worked really well for the first week or so. I was impressed with how stable and improved it was compared to the previous Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant. Unfortunately, after I installed literally two apps (Google Maps' update and...70