Review: Samsung Captivate Glide for AT&T
The Captivate Glide takes excellent pictures. The 8-megapixel sensor and software are paired well, and the results are almost always good. I found focus to be consistently sharp, white balance to be accurate, and exposure to be well balanced — even in challenging light conditions (see the dinosaur below). Most images were entirely free of grain, except those taken in the darkest rooms. The flash does a good job of lighting up faces within about five or six feet, but not much more than that.
You'll definitely want to share the pictures you take with the Captivate Glide.
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Ditto for video. The Captivate Glide captures video at a max resolution of 720p HD. The footage I shot was in focus, clear, free of jittery movement, and correctly exposed. The video quality is good enough that you'll want to share it via your HDTV or on YouTube.
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Samsung's latest semi-rugged smartphone for AT&T dials back the good looks of the Galaxy S7 in favor of a stronger, studier frame. The S7 Active is tough enough to take a tumble without the brick-like bulk of some fully rugged handsets.
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The ZMax Pro is an Android smartphone that delivers a premium experience and powerful performance at an affordable price point. This budget-minded handset is no cheap simpleton.
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Kyocera still knows how to make a basic smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, as evidenced by the Verve. This low-cost handset handles calls and messaging - though not much else.