Samsung Galaxy i7500 is an exciting worldwide user base as the first Samsung Android. We've learned that the fast internet, bright, super responsive AMOLED screen, camera capabilities and other features are also worth checking out.
When it comes to looks, Samsung Galaxy does not turn a lot of heads. It's not ugly, but it's not obvious a little gorgeous either. At 119 g, it's not the lightest phone either. However, Spartan's appearance can be appealed to those who look like a simpler look on their phone. Black plastic interior, silver accents, and no nonsense button design make for low profile look. In addition to this we did not find any different buttons or cracks – the camera key and the 3.5 mm headset keys are all accessible.
Its 3.2 inches sixteen million touch screen is a wonderful addition, however. Large, bright and stunning sharp and clear, this is definitely a screen designed to make everything from videos to a great experience. It's also wonderfully responsive too, to the extent to text and email on the QWERTY keyboard on screen. If the exterior design looks a bit plain, the screen certainly makes the shortcoming.
As for OS, Android gives its audience a very enjoyable user experience. However, it's not as flawless or as smart as other phones. Fortunately, you can get a variety of shinier applications on the Android Market, many of them free.
It's not much to learn about audio quality – it's still sharp and flawless, without spinning or blasting. In addition to the 3.5 mm headphone bar, you also get FM radio, polyphonic and MP3 ringtones and a pretty basic music player that supports MP3, WM, eAAC + and RA formats. It's no revolutionary, but it gives you what you need.
The 5 mega pixel camera is certainly a good touch. Combine auto focus, LED flash, image stability and geo-tagging, and you have a desirable small camera. We would have liked to see Xenon flash rather than LED, but it's powerful enough to illuminate most areas. You can also record and play video, which will be very fun on Galaxy's gorgeous display.
The Galaxy has everything you need to be connected, regardless of where you travel. 3G HSDPA, WLAN WiFi, Bluetooth A2DP, GPRS, EDGE and Micro USB capability. Quadband technology also ensures that you can continue to use the phone in other countries if necessary. In addition to this, the Galaxy is also compatible with YouTube, Google search, Google Maps, GPS navigation and more. While it's not as dedicated to social sites like Facebook or Twitter like other phones, they are still accessible.
Memory and chat time:
With eight gigabytes of memory and 16 additional gigabytes available on a microSD card, you should have enough space to store most of your needs. However, you may need to charge this phone frequently, with only 3.8 hours of talk time and 290 hours of standby, especially if you use it a lot.
Samsung Galaxy i7500 is an ideal phone for great reasons. It's an incredibly bright and responsive touch screen that's wonderful to use on its own. The camera and its network also make it worthwhile. However, it's not as shiny when it comes to aesthetics or operating systems, as mentioned, iPhone or any of its rivals. This, however, may not necessarily be bad, especially for those who prefer to low key phone.
Source by Carlson Osbourne