Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Samsung Infuse 4G AT&T Review

AT & T last Android smartphone features a 4.5 inch touch screen, larger than the 4.3-inch displays on some of its competitors. Other advanced features include a 1.2 GHz processor Hummingbird, HSPA + support and an 8-megapixel camera.
Design & Build
Right out of the box, the transmission is different than most smartphones. Wide, long and slender, while the design is clearly on the screen. I'm sure some will be disappointed that the screen resolution 4.5-inch AMOLED Super Plus "only" 800 x 480 (WVGA), instead of the new mode 960 x 540 (QHD). Realistically, the screen is beautiful as it is, and I could hardly ask for more.

In fact, its use is enough to make me a convert to OLED screens: not only excellent contrast and colors, but the green cast, is that I observed in my unit last revision OLED completely absent. In addition, it has a superior performance in full sun, not only to former OLED in comparison (to fight in the sun), but also to most LCDs.
I feel as if this thing is much thinner that I could peel with her. Not only is it one of the thinnest smartphones on the market (just 0.35 inches), but to feel the large, flat footprint is even thinner in the hand. One might think that taking account of its size, the transfer complicated. Surprisingly, this is not the case: the width is quite small, although people with small hands it could be less comfortable. And yes, it feels a bit strange to put his head to speak about it.

Performance
There was a rumor until the Brews, AT & T would begin to "Sideloading" that can install applications from sources other than the Android Market. I can confirm that this is indeed the case: the non-market transfer applications will now load with fewer headaches than any Android device. Thus, users of AT & T finally download applications from other sources, including the Amazon app market, without having to hack their devices.

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