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Samsung Galaxy S smartphone: High definition on the move!

13 November 2010 5,359 views No Comment

The Samsung Galaxy S is certainly a handset that is admired for its superior quality when it comes to incredibly bright colors and high saturation of Super AMOLED screens. The Samsung Galaxy S however, has gone one step further and has overcome the problem of such quality becoming invisible in sunlight due to reflective screens. All of this quality is viewable even in the brightest of weather conditions, boasting to top most LCD screens.

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The Samsung Galaxy S houses a 480×800-pixel resolution, similar to that of an array of touchscreen phones. The ample sized screen however is this particular handsets best asset and offers a Super AMOLED display, which is only available to Samsung phones and is a definite improvement on the standard AMOLED screens.

It isn’t only the impressive screen that is worth boasting about on the Samsung Galaxy, the encased hardware offers just as high quality and allows users to surf the web over 3G at a high speed using HSUPA connectivity. There is also the addition of Wi-Fi, which makes transferring large files a walk in the park; in fact those that own the Samsung Galaxy can even wirelessly swap information, images, pictures and files by using the handset’s 3G connection with other Wi-Fi devices, such as a laptop.

The Samsung Galaxy S has recognized the requests of today’s market and has created a phone with not one but two memory options, customers can choose between a handset offering 8GB of storage or alternatively an impressive total of 16GB of internal memory, there is also the option to add a further 32GB to your handset with a microSD card. This is certainly a device that has been designed for those that desire a lot of storage and use their phone for both work and fun. Such a feature makes the Samsung Galaxy S a massive memory fiend, which is handy, since you’ll want to take advantage of its big screen and store plenty of video and images on this phone.

Source: dialaphone


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