Some time last year, the model from Samsung Vibrant banged into the market and the T mobile company had made remarkable sales of what was then called as the Android super phone having super AMOLED display with a 1 GHz Hummingbird CPU and then modified further to be known as the Samsung Galaxy S 4G in this year. It streams a front interface camera for video chat, a 4G HSDPA networking speed, higher battery capacity with both Samsung’s vibrant Media Hub and T-mobile TV and it runs with the Android OS 2.2 Froyo with its touch Wiz 3.0 software. It appears as a latest version after Samsung family released phones such as the Vibrant, Captivate or the simple Galaxy S. So if you have been waiting for Froyo, then it’s all here in the hi-tech model of Samsung Galaxy S 4G.
With regards to its features, the model displays a 800 x 480 multi touch ultra smart AMOLED with varying colors of white and deep blacks. The 1GHz Hummingbird CPU makes it super fast with an internal storage capacity of 190 megs, pre installed with 16 gig microSD card and pre loaded with multimedia movie portals. The WiFi of 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth and GPS system further ensures it’s hi tech features, the resolution of 5 megapixels in its rear auto flash camera and a front facing VGA video chat camera makes it a good enough deal for everyone. The phone runs on a 1650 mAh Lithium Ion battery with a Quad band of 3G/4G having 1700 to 2100MHz bandwidth.
The outer shape and design of the model looks like the Vibrant more or less but still imparts attraction to users with its chrome accents, varying black tones and a 4” display that covers its front. The back is made of very unique hard plastic, it also has a metallic finish that showcases different shades of colors under light and it also exudes a chic slippery appearance when touched. But the surface form and texture with raised margins makes it convenient to keep in your hands safely even though it sometimes seems dicey to hold.
Apart from its numerous smart features, the model still displays the Android capacitive buttons masked in its front, much similar as the way the Samsung Vibrant shows. Because of such design, they remain hard to visualize in absence of backlight. Though the model is the latest for the year yet it has the power button on its right just across the volume controls. This makes quite easy to accidentally switch off the phone while taking it out of the pocket, bag or while using the volume control buttons. The microUSB port occupies the same place beneath a sliding door as it does with Vibrant, revealing a 3.5mm stereo jack above it. On the phone’s rear there is a small grille for speaker but even then it makes no compromise on voice quality and sounding on either side.
The multimedia running via 1GHz Hummingbird CPU with Froyo has improved speed performance as compared to Vibrant and other versions. Therefore, Galaxy S 4G is equipped with incredible speed with no or very little time lag for Touch Wiz users and high resonant internet surfers. Moreover, the video playback is an additional delight for its users through its high quality YouTube application and the pre loaded Inception full length movie. In short, the Samsung Galaxy S 4G is a hi-tech modification that already surpasses the existing Samsung Vibrant. You may select to choose this phone or Vibrant with 2011 fine-tunes, front facing dual core camera, Froyo having flash of 10.1, super AMOLED display, Touch Wiz software and reasonably fast 1GHz Hummingbird CPU costs only $199 for a two year contract with a discount.