Review: Samsung Infuse 4G
The Infuse 4G comes with the stock Android browser. Paired with AT&T's HSPA+ network, it worked well, and most data sessions were fast enough to satisfy your inner speed demon. I didn't notice any additional features or functionality added by Samsung, though the Infuse did update to Flash Mobile Player 10.3 when first booted. I made sure to test Flash content, and didn't have any problems with it whatsoever. The Android browser continues to be a good piece of software and the Infuse 4G's outrageous display makes browsing all the better.
Samsung offers plenty of tools to let most users make the Infuse 4G their own. With seven home screens, there is plenty of real estate for apps, shortcuts, and widgets. Wallpapers can all be changed up, as can ringtones, and such.
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