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29th September 2014 – 1 comment
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Alas, the Samsung Apollo won't fly you to the moon. But with advanced social networking features, high-end Android smartphone functions and ample scope for customisation, it does pretty much everything else. Plus it's cool and colourful, to boot.
As with all Android mobiles and other cutting-edge handsets, the Apollo's hardware and pre-installed features are only half of what makes it so great. The other half is the sheer range of fantastic apps that are available. Simply head to the Android Market with your Apollo and you'll be able to get your hands on everything from great games to scores of more practical business focused titles. And even better is that many of these are totally free.
Just as impressive are this mobile's stellar social networking functions. Thanks to Samsung's Social Hub, contacts from across different services are linked so that you can communicate seamlessly across networks - making it easier than ever to keep up to date with all your nearest and dearest.
The Social Hub Software also allows you to view photos on their mobiles and seamlessly upload, manage and share photos from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Picasa. And you can even create their own digital photo album while on the go too.
Samsung have also gone all out with customisation options. With an onboard widget-based homescreen, your Apollo will let you set up the layout of your phone exactly as you like. Just place your most used apps on the screen and they'll only ever be a single button press away.
Other great features of this mobile include multi-tasking, which means that multiple apps can be used simultaneously, a 3.15 megapixel camera with autofocus and face detection, push email with a document viewer, media player, web browser and an expansive 3.2-inch touchscreen for a fantastically intuitive user experience.
Samsung has had incredible success with its smartphones based on Google's Android operating system. The Galaxy Apollo is a good example of just why that is.
Along with everything we've praised about the phone above, this great little handset offers excellent battery life and stands out for its impressively slick video playback and satisfyingly easy to use touchscreen.