Review: Samsung Droid Charge
A Bit Disappointing
The inability to switch back to 4G would be a dramatic problem, one not reported for the HTC Thunderbolt. As 4G rolls out the ability to be agile switching between networks would be essential.
Out of the mainstream people have rooted and modified the various Galaxy S models. However, although a Galaxy S, the Droid Charge is different enough that modifications would be unique to it. As the last of the single core Galaxy S models, before the dual core Galaxy S II later this year, it may be an orphan for improvements.
I was all set to get this phone...now...I don't know.
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