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Samsung Galaxy S Glide is a continuation of the wildly successful Galaxy S series of smartphones. Samsung Galaxy S Glide combines the productivity of a full slide-out QWERTY keypad with the multimedia functionality of a high resolution Super AMOLED touchscreen.
Samsung i897 (16 GB) Cell Phone
$4.25 - $207.95
pros: Screen Size,Hearing,Apps,Flash,Fast,WI-FI
cons: Battery Life
Best phone on @t@t market!!SAMSUNG CAPTIVATE GLIDE
The samsung captivate glide is the phone i will be reviewing today. I must say this is one of the be... See Full Review
pros: Android market with many apps, great picture quality, fast internet, great voice quality
cons: Freezes every once and awhile when you are running too much at once
Theres just not enough time to praise this phone!
Have you ever gotten a phone that you spent a ridiculous amount on because it seemed so good and hi-... See Full Review
pros: Well-built, well-designed, very capable & extensible, beautiful responsive touch screen, slim, light, fast
cons: Google registration required to sync calendars; AT&T bloatware incurs additional charges if used
Excellent very capable smartphone/mini-tablet
Disclaimer first: for computing, we're an Apple household and I work in the web industry. Having sai... See Full Review
pros: Battery life, Call Quality, 3g Data Speeds, Reliable Network, Durable
cons: Gets a bit hot if you use it a lot.
Amazingly Beast Phone!!
The phone is amazing, and fast. Not only that but it is also extremely customizable and the fact tha... See Full Review
pros: Android OS, Market & Applications, Screen, Size, Swype, Video, Solid Phone, More Freedom than Apple
cons: GPS, Battery Life, AT&T Preloaded Apps, No Android OS Upgrade
Samsung Captivate - Both Captivating and Captive
History & What Influenced my Decision to Buy the CaptivatePrior to buying the Captivate, I owned... See Full Review
pros: durable, easy interface, amazing sound quality, HD video camera, music player, great GPS, DivX playback,
cons: low album picture quality for mp3 player, low-medium battery life, uncomfortable headphones
Beats My iPhone By A Longshot
I would first like to say that I have both an iPhone, and just recently got a Samsung Galaxy Captiva... See Full Review
pros: Thin Fast Easy-to-use Heavy duty! Configurable GPS Works fine Excellent support network Camera
cons: Battery life, usually makes it through the day but not always.
Better than iPhone!
I needed a new phone, 3 days after the iPhone 4 came out. Having had an iPhone in the past, I though... See Full Review
pros: Gps works fine, Keyboard is very user friendly,Touchscreen is very accurate
cons: Lack Sprint's Epic 4g qwerty keyboard, Rugged back, battery life is good but not great
This Cellphone is a must have for those who are interested in the Androids capabilities
The phone is great!!!!! Compared to most mainstream cellphones such as the iphone, evo, my touch 4g,... See Full Review
pros: Open source. Access to files/directories, storage. Easy file transfer. Separation of volume.
cons: Some lag time. Possibly inaccurate bar indicator. No flash. Volume increments. Battery. Sync.
The iPhone vs Android Dilema
The huge dilemma I had was trying to decide between an iPhone or Android. Both look similar, b... See Full Review
pros: Beautiful screen. Good battery life. Fast. Good speakerphone. Easily hacked.
cons: Terrible GPS performance. AT&T adds some annoyances.
AT&T's best Android phone!
As of October 2010 the Samsung Captivate SGH-i897 (carrier-named version of the Galaxy S) is definit... See Full Review