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Hanset design, HD video, MicroSD support
Stylish design; huge and nice screen; decent camera; supports lots of media formats.
Excellent call quality, Slim and lightweight phone, Great battery life, Decent pictures and video, Fast and responsive interface
Excellent screen, very light, simple text entry, Android 2.1, fast processor, value for money.
Brilliant audio and video quality, Well designed, comfortable to use device, Feature rich, 8GB of internal memory
Excellent functionality, excellent features, excellent OS
Thin and pocketable, classy design, best screen on a phone till date, plays HD videos along with DivX/Xvid directly, powerful hardware ensures smooth operation of Android 2.1, thoughtful UI customizations
Splendid 4inch display, Customizable home screen, Slim and lightweight, 720p HD video recording and playback, 16GB of internal memory, Swype text input
The Super AMOLED display is one of the most vibrant we’ve ever seen and enhances every aspect of the Samsung Galaxy S....
Slim and tasteful (if plasticky) design, Beautiful, large 4inch Super AMOLED display, 1GHz Hummingbird processor has power to spare, Extremely responsive UI and great battery life
Blazingly fast 1GHz processor; 4-inch Super AMOLED display; good camera which supports 720p video recording; intuitive main menu interface; built-in 16GB memory (2GB reserved for apps); supports video calls.
Awesome 4in Super AMOLED screen. Great for HD video. Speedy 1GHz Hummingbird processor. Promise of Android update
Poor image quality
Not Android 2.2, Bing only search, No dedicated camera button
No camera flash.
UI was bit buggy at times, camera quality was not too good, Battery should have been much better
All-plastic exterior is unimaginative and a fingerprint magnet
No camera LED flash, GPRS connectivity issue, no camera shutter button, average battery life on heavy use
Sluggish TouchWIZ UI, No flash for camera, All plastic build, No Flash support until 2.2 update
Achieving a GPS fix took longer than we would have liked.Look and Feel...
Start time is on the slow side with some applications, No flash leads to poor low light performance, Plastic look and feel
Builtin social networking support is too basic, Samsung UI features that cannot be disabled mar the Android experience, Lack of physical search button
No camera flash; Adobe Flash not supported in browser; one-day battery life; custom software needs improvement.
Flimsy back casing. No pinch-to-zoom. Browser uninspiring
By Geeky Gadgets on May 12, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S II is impressive, what sets it apart from the competition is the impressive Super AMOLED Plus display and its snappy dual core 1.2 GHz processor.If you are in the market for a new smartphone or a new Android device, then we would...
By BrightHub on May 02, 2011
Android has come a long way since its inception. It now runs on millions of mobile phones and has seen the largest growth of all the smartphone platforms, leaving even iOS behind. It has more than 20 hardware partners shipping it on smartphones,...
By Canadian Reviewer on February 27, 2011
By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaWith a shape that’s very similar to a larger, thinner iPhone 3GS, the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate ($50.00 om a 3-year plan from Telus, $530 outright) is one of the lightest smartphones we’ve tested and also has one of...
By mashable.com on January 21, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S is a fantastic smartphone. Call quality is crisp, data connections are fast, and the phone flies through apps and web pages. While we wish Samsung had left some aspects of Android alone on the software side, some of the touches to...
By EISA on January 01, 2011
Based on the Android operating system, the Galaxy S is a ‘jewel in the crown’ for demanding users wanting to be connected, entertained and updated on the move. It is equipped with a huge 4-inch (10.16 cm) AMOLED, 800x480 pixel touch screen...
By DigitalVersus on December 30, 2010
The Galaxy S will make a good all-in-one pocket companion, especially for multimedia (even if the photo mode could be better). This is mainly thanks to its high-quality 4-inch touchscreen with particularly impressive contrast! We found the TouchWiz...
By ITP.net on December 13, 2010
The Galaxy S is a fantastic smartphone that’s fun and easy-to-use. The experience it delivers bests even Apple’s iPhone 3GS....
By Mobile Magazine on December 07, 2010
Now that the Google Nexus S is available, you may have some second thoughts about picking up the marginally older Samsung Galaxy S platform. Don’t be. The Captivate is a seriously solid phone with a beautiful display, plenty of horsepower, and all...
By PCWorld New Zealand on December 01, 2010
Samsung’s Galaxy S boasts a gorgeous Super AMOLED display and a bevvy of multimedia features, but its TouchWiz interface isn’t for everybody, and in my tests the phone was a bit sluggish at times. In appearance the Galaxy S closely resembles...
By Phone Arena on November 17, 2010
If we had to choose, we want a 4.3” Super AMOLED screen on an aluminum unibody handset, that is as thin as the Galaxy S, and carries the new HTC Sense UI on it. Any of the two chipsets will do. Just kidding, but it might happen next year. However,...
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