Samsung Galaxy S: Review of 4G Phone – Roundup

By Gary Johnson - Mar 13, 2011

We are getting so many different smartphones coming to market these days, especially on the Android platform. One of which is the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, and it can use T-Mobile’s 4G network.

Steve Kovach from Business Insider has written a review of the handset after spending some time with it. He was disappointed to find the handset running Android 2.2 and not Gingerbread. The screen on the device is great for browsing the web or watching videos, and the rear camera takes nice HD video and images.

When it came to the 4G side of things unless you do a lot of video streaming, users won’t notice much difference from a 3G handset. He liked the phone but said if you are not bothered about 4G and already with T-Mobile you would be better getting the Nexus S.

A review by Aaron Baker over at phonedog, talks about the phone being a nice upgrade to the Vibrant as it is available for $199, but the myTouch will be a better option for most users. The 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and the larger 1,650 mAh battery were welcome features of the handset, but the plastic build quality was not liked.

Another detailed review over at mobileburn by Michael Oryl, has found the Galaxy s 4G does everything the Vibrant did but better, and the display again came in for a lot of praise. The data speeds were found to be really quick and makes the Galaxy S 4G a really nice smartphone.

To read the full reviews use the links provided. Have you used any of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphones? If so tell us what you thought of it.

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Also See: Samsung Galaxy S 4G: Final Release Date and Price