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mushijima's review of the Samsung Galaxy S 4G

original version, submitted Jun 5, 2011, 8:28 PM:

First Android Phone

Used to own a HTC DASH 3G, Palm Treo 650/700, and multiple blackberries. Overall the phone is solidly built, and has all features I'm looking for in a top of line smart phone

The phone is beautiful, it has really good sound and the size/weight is on par or better than many of the other Android phones I compared at T-Mobile

PROS

- AMOLED Screen is one of the best I've seen.
- 16GB SD Card included
- 4" Screen Size
- 1650 mAh battery
- Micro-USB connector
- Easily Rootable
- Light Weight

CONS

- Some very popular software crashes on phone
- Camera could have better zoom
- Battery life is short
- Some of the system settings could be more customizable (e.g. power control settings, screen brightness settings, sound control settings)

In closing, even with the Cons, if you're happy with Android Froyo 2.2 I'd highly recommend this phone. But this phone has all of the features I want from a phone that isn't an iPhone and considering that T-Mobile's plans are incrementally less expensive than AT&Ts and the 4G support is pretty good.

edited May 21, 2013, 10:55 AM to the current version:

First Android Phone

Used to own a HTC DASH 3G, Palm Treo 650/700, and multiple blackberries. Overall the phone is solidly built, and has all features I'm looking for in a top of line smart phone

The phone is beautiful, it has really good sound and the size/weight is on par or better than many of the other Android phones I compared at T-Mobile

PROS

- AMOLED Screen is one of the best I've seen.
- 16GB SD Card included
- 4" Screen Size
- 1650 mAh battery
- Micro-USB connector
- Easily Rootable
- Light Weight
- WiFi Tethering

CONS

- Some very popular software crashes on phone
- Camera could have better zoom and flash
- Some of the system settings could be more customizable (e.g. power control settings, screen brightness settings, sound control settings)

In closing, even with the Cons, if you're happy with Android Froyo 2.2 I'd highly recommend this phone. But this phone has all of the features I want from a phone that isn't an iPhone and considering that T-Mobile's plans are incrementally less expensive than AT&Ts and the 4G support is pretty good.

 

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