Today we have a quick samsung galaxy s series review for you, android phones are becoming a hit nowadays in the mobile phone arena, perhaps this may be due to its being an open to a lot of hardware and software improvements and its being open to software updates unlike some phones whose OS are closed and needs a big deal of breaking into the system to update itself.
Samsung is one of the mobile phone manufacturers who took the big leap in the mobile phone market using the Android OS and one of the best creations they have released into the market is the Samsung Galaxy S Series. In fact, it has been released on different carries under different models, namely the Fascinate, Captivate, Vibrant and Epic. Each of these models have something unique externally but generally, they all have the same Galaxy feats.
General Specs of Galaxy
Galaxy Series S runs on the Android 2.0 platform but come late September 2010, Android 2.2 will be expected for upgrades- definitely faster, more efficient and satisfying on the part of the users.
The Super Amoled Screen also gives a brighter and more vivid display making it perfect for viewing movies and videos. Apart from that, the 5.0 megapixel camera blends perfectly with the Amoled Display allowing users to record HD videos and movies and take pro-looking snapshots.
The Quadruplets of Galaxy S
AT&T Captivate looks much like the iPhone and is priced at around $49. The version for Verizon is named Fascinate and has a LED flash for the camera (something which other models do not have) and it is set for release however by the end of summer 2010, many people are comparing the Galaxy S series to the iPhone and you may have noticed a lot of articles on the internet are comparing the Samsung Galaxy S vs iPhone, the iPhone is king although the Galaxy is not far behind at in when it comes to real world results.
Sprint’s version is called Epic and is actually the most expensive of the four versions costing around $249.99. Made available last week of August, Epic is priced much higher than others probably because it has a slide out QWERTY keypad and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera. It also works with 4G network making it a lot speedy.
T-Mobile’s Vibrant is also available at $199.99 and pretty much looks like an iPhone.
Different models and versions do vary in features however as with all versions of the Samsung Galaxy S series you will never end up getting frustrated with the product as each of them are just brilliant products, we will have further samsung galaxy s series reviews for you in the coming weeks ahead as this is one very popular consumer mobile phone / cell phone.