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The Galaxy S Captivate has a 4″ Super AMOLED display, 1 GHz Hummingbird processor that excels with 3D graphics, a 5 megapixel camera with 720 video recording, Wi-Fi b/g/n, and Android 2.1 with TouchWiz. Unlocked with subtle ATT branding.
Samsung Galaxy S Smartphone
$239.18 - $369.98
pros: Call quality, performance, display
Samsung Galaxy S (SGH T769 Blaze)
I finally broke down and joined the 21st Century, and bought a smartphone. Since I'm a current T-mob... See Full Review
pros: Good camera and great apps with an extremely tollerant touch screen.
cons: The videos are extremely pixelated after zooming in on what you are trying to film.
Good Fun and Good Smartphone
The Samsung Galaxy S Smartphone is a great tool and a good way to keep track of your social networki... See Full Review
pros: Large quality screen, good media features
cons: Low battery life, freezes often, photo texts rarely work
Average smartphone with some cons
I had the iPhone for about a year before switching over to T-Mobile. Since they don't offer the iPho... See Full Review
pros: Responsive UI.Excellent sound and video quality.Excellent internet access Built in Wi-Fi.Call Quality is Excellent.
cons: 5MP camera takes okay photos.Video camera capability is nothing special.Speaker output is not in stereo.
The Smartest Smartphone I Know!!
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pros: Functionality, speed, Android system, screen.
cons: Battery life.
Better than any Blackberry or iPhone
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pros: Awesome web browsing, lots of features, plenty of apps
cons: The battery drains quickly, known texting bug
The Samsung Galaxy S beats the iPhone
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pros: Great picture quality, tons of apps, global raoming
cons: Awful instruction booklet
Samsung Galaxy S Smartphone
After much balking on my part I finally gave up my old phone and moved up to the Androids. Hubby cho... See Full Review
pros: Speed, Display, Reliability
cons: Battery Life.
I got this phone about 2 weeks ago and I have loved it. Its really fun to play with and the apps on... See Full Review
pros: - Super AMOLED screen - No Lagging - Android OS & Market - Text entry - Mediaplaying
cons: - Battery - Setting personalized ring tones
Better than iPhone
I am using the T-mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S, known as the Samsung Vibrant. Combine... See Full Review
pros: makes a good game boy
cons: doesn't work as advertised
with BELL? Wait until the new year, probably longer
Review for Galaxy S with BELL mobility in western Canada. When in low reception areas the phone cons... See Full Review
|Style||Smartphone, Touch Screen|
|Screen Size (Diagonal)||4 inch|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth, USB, WiFi|
|Network Type||GSM 850|
|Display Technology||WVGA Super AMOLED|
|Screen Size||4 inch|
|Display Size||480 x 800|
|Memory Card Support||Built-In Memory|
|Wireless Capabilities||WLAN 802.11b|
|Digital Photography Features||Video Capture Capability|
|Built-in Digital Camera||Built-in Digital Camera|
|Built-in Music Player||MP3 Player|
|Standby Time||750 Hours|
|Input Method||Touch Screen|
|Talk Time||13.38 Hours|
|Operating System||Google Android|
|Processor Speed||1 GHz|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Phone Features||Integrated speakerphone|
|Multimedia Features||Integrated Digital Camera|
|Family Line||Samsung Galaxy|