Sunday, November 20, 2011

The Samsung Phone AT&T Review Reviews The Samsung Phone AT&T Review Reviews | Phone Reviews

Features of The Samsung Phone AT&T
  4″ Super AMOLED display running at 800×480
    1GHz Dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor
    8-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera
    Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread with TouchWiz UI
    MSRP: $149.99 with 2-year contract, available November 20

    The Glide feels incredibly responsive
    Great battery life
    Samsung’s Super AMOLED display still looks good
Hardware  of The Samsung Phone AT&T 
 Take the Glide’s rear, for example. Much like on the Focus S, Samsung has fitted the battery cover with a nice grippy textured finish. Pop that bad boy off though (be careful!), and you’ll be looking at an incredibly flimsy piece of plastic. My jaw would clench whenever I had to remove or install the thing, as I was afraid I would accidentally damage it.

When the Glide is closed it feels solid enough, but that soon changes when you slide the keyboard open. The slide mechanism leaps into action with little provocation, and there’s a little bit of play between the screen and keyboard halves. It’s a fairly mino
Software of The Samsung Phone AT&T
Samsung’s own apps and services make an appearance on the Glide, with most of them performing as well as could be expected. AllShare did an admirable job of accessing every episode of This American Life on my desktop, though unfortunately the app isn’t able to stream content in the background. Samsung’s Social Hub seeks to aggregate your social media and email accounts into one location for easy access. While I’m sure it would be a great solution for some, Social Hub doesn’t play nice with Google Voice accounts so much of its appeal is lost on me.

Strangely, Samsung’s preloaded Media Hub app refuses to start up without a microSD card installed. Since the Glide doesn’t come with one, people who are truly itching to use it will have to drop a few bucks for one


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