Review: Samsung Vibrant
T-Mobile's version of the Samsung Galaxy S — the Vibrant — holds up well when pitted against the Captivate. It lags the Captivate in a few places, while besting it in others.
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The Vibrant is one of the better Android devices available from T-Mobile. If you're looking for solid performance all around, you can't go wrong with Samsung's top-of-the-line Vibrant. There are a few things that prevent the Vibrant from being 100% awesome, though. Find out where it falls short.
Since the Samsung Captivate and Vibrant are so similar, many parts of this review are identical for both the Captivate and Vibrant. The Body, Three S's, and Wrap-Up are all unique, but most other segments of both reviews are the same.
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streaming to a t.v.
The 4 icons at the bottom ARE changeable!!
That sounds like a little much.
AllShare and HDMI out
Is it me...
Umm, what exactly is locked down?
Vibrant is fantastic
Just choose "customizable grid", then click "menu" and "edit", then you'll be able to change the two middle icons.
For me (coming from a G1, and testing out every other phone on the market, other than the Droid X), this phone is incredible, and honestly, I can't think of another better phone on the market. Is it perfect? No, but it's got so many things going for it (incredible screen, fast processor, and great UI enhancements, fantastic photos and video, and more).
I wish it had some sort of dpad, or at least had arrows for text selectio...
I'm going to check it out
FIRST! lol I've never done that b4 so I figured I'd be an a**
just a couple things from the review I dont agree with