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Samsung Infuse 4G

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Samsung Infuse 4G

The Samsung Infuse 4G is really an inspiring phone with all the features that any of the modern cell phone has. It consists of a 1.2 Ghz Hummingbird ARM cortex A8 CPU with a 4G HSPA+. The colorful and bright display comprises of a 4.5 inch super AMOLED display. This is not just an ordinary 4.5 inch screen; it has the ability of providing sharp and bright images while removing all the noises in the photo. Users using this phone can have a great experience with watching movies or videos like never before.

The Froyo Android OS 2.2 features runs on this phone and a Samsung touch wiz 3.0 fulfills the need of an input device. Unlike other phone companies, the AT&T has allowed the installation of non market applications with 21 Mbps HSPA+4G supporting HSUPA uploads.

Samsung provides a chat video camera on front of the phone. It has a 1.3 mega pixel ratio, another 8 MP camera is also provided on the rear end that has all the features to compete with other equivalent quality products. Furthermore, a 720 p video mode makes it a perfect handy cam. For networking purposes it is provided with the usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. However the unique HDMI setup uses a dongle adapter. This phone has a 16 GB of internal storage and the AT&T increased the memory by providing a 2 GB microSD card. To fulfill the battery requirements of such an elegant device, a 1750 mAh battery is equipped. It gives the necessary stamina and life to hold the needs of this technology.

In comparison to the Dell Streak, this phone is smaller in size while still gets behind the incredible speed of the HTC Thunderbolt. Samsung has made it extremely thin and light weight as compared to its previous releases like the Droid Charge. The super thin size of the phone is the result of the cagey plastics. The back and edges are also neatly polished in order to give it a chic look while maintaining its slim size. The controls are placed as seen in other usual Smartphones; the power button is located at right top corner and the volume controls at its upper left. The Android control buttons can be found on the bottom part, although small, it is still easy and convenient to use with backlight. On the other hand, the headphone jack stereo is located at the top while the micro USB port is accessible at the bottom part. This is in order to ensure that your wire doesn’t unplug from the top of your phone while talking and charging simultaneously.

The 4G network, the incredible 4.5 AMOLED displays, the incredibly light weight design, the wide range of apps and hi-tech multimedia makes the phone a mini 3D theatre put into one pocket. Moreover, the blurring of sound and discrepancy in catching the frequency can sometimes cause a bit of nuisance to its users, but even then its super tech features outdo its minor frailties. The average cost of this Smartphone over a 2 year contract will charge you about $199 which is quite reasonable and rational according to the technology it offers.

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