Review: Samsung Infuse 4G
The Samsung Infuse's stand-out feature is its gigantic, 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display. Almost every other feature can be found on other Android devices. The Infuse's display is certainly impressive, but it makes for a larger-than-life device that may literally be too big for some users.
I was a little disappointed by the Infuse's performance in some key essentials, such as voice quality and battery life. Network performance was acceptable, however, as was the overall user experience and performance of this 1.2GHz-powered powerhouse.
The music and video experience provided by the Infuse are also good, and the camera and video camera perform better than average. With solid messaging and social networking applications available, there are few things the Infuse can't do.
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With so few drawbacks, it's hard not to recommend the Samsung Infuse 4G. It's an all-around solid device that rarely disappoints.
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