Fast processor. 4G Internet speeds. Gorgeous screen. Great camera. Latest version of Android.
Screen is wonderfully vibrant and colorful. One of the best for viewing media, 4G is fast and doesn’t kill battery life, Handset design is topnotch in all ways: solid hardware, snappy software, and a powerful camera.
Speedy, 4G web browsing speeds, Frontfacing camera for video chat, Bright, colorful touch screen.
Stronger iteration of a solid design. Mostly smooth navigation thanks to a humming 1GHz processor. Great call quality. Awesome battery life and power management. Gorgeous highdef 720p video (in welllit environments). Ready for downloads and apption thanks
Gorgeous display, Impressive camera, Solid overall performance
Wonderful Super AMOLED display gives great multimedia experience, Great battery life, 21 Mbps 4G speeds is the best on the market, Comfortable, thin design.
Wonderful Super AMOLED display gives great multimedia experience, Great battery life, 21 Mbps 4G speeds is the best on the market, Comfortable, thin design
HSPA is fast, Gorgeous Super AMOLED display, Attractive design.
First device to support T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 21 Mbps; 4-inch Super AMOLED display is nice; larger 1,650 mAh battery; front-facing camera.What’s Bad: The device still falls behind the G2 and the myTouch 4G in processor speed tests; plastic build qu
Great display, solid browser, blazing data speeds, good photo and HD video capture, WiFi calling
Excellent display, solid camera with good video recording, 4G HSPA speeds are great.
Fastest data speeds for T-Mobile, Good battery life, Gorgeous Super AMOLED Display, High-quality 720p camcorder, Lots of entertainment apps included
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
Very expensive. Some bloatware. Screen resolution isn't cutting-edge. Missing movie store.
TMobile’s mediocre coverage will make this handset less appealing for those outside of highdensity populations, Speakerphone produces sharp sounds, not comfortable to use
No camera flash
Accessing the movie storefront requires a tedious login process. Bloatware aplenty. Where’s my HDMI out? HSPA service is fantastically fast (where available). 4G to 3G to EDGE handoffs are often slow. White backgrounds often produce the dreaded R
Average battery life, Looks and feels cheap, Froyo instead of Gingerbread
The materials could be better, Lots of bloatware
No camera flash, 4G connectivity is hitormiss.
The device still falls behind the G2 and the myTouch 4G in processor speed tests; plastic build quality may turn some users away.
No camera flash or shutter button, minimal internal storage
Attractive but plasticky, 1GHz Hummingbird no longer the cream of the CPU crop.
Annoying lock screen, Some lag at times, No camera flash or HDMI
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
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