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22nd July 2014 – 1 comment
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Five handsets is a lot to take on board. We cut to the chase.
The Samsung Galaxy S is a truly spectacular mobile phone. With an industry-leading Super AMOLED screen, a superb five megapixel camera, Google apps built-in and advanced email functions, this could well be one of the best Android smartphones ever.
Android phones are currently some of the most trendy mobiles around. And one look at the sheer range of apps available is enough to tell you why.
As with all Android mobiles, Samsung Galaxy S owners can choose from ten of thousands of free and paid for apps to download from the Android Market - taking in everything from games to handy, business-focussed titles.
And that's not all. Galaxy S buyers also benefit from a host of Google applications built in, including FaceBook for quick and easy social networking on the go. And YouTube is pre-installed too, so you'll be able to access all the great clips and fun diversions that the web has to offer.
And if you need a phone that's optimised for messaging, the Galaxy S has got you covered as well. Push email support means that mails are sent directly to your mobile, so you can respond to them as quickly as you would at home or on your laptop.
Plus, the use of next-generation Swype technology means that touchscreen typing on this handset is a breeze, while a document editor with Word, Excel, PowerPoint compatibility is perfect for when your work just won't wait.
Other features of the Galaxy S include a super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, plenty of room for layout customisation with Samsung's TouchWiz user interface, a five megapixel camera, video/image editing software, media player, FM radio and a digital compass and Google Maps for easy navigation.
Samsung's debut Android phone was the original Galaxy. The follow-up goes one better, retaining everything that made its predecessor great while improving specs across the board and including new technology for an enhanced touchscreen typing experience.
Testers were especially impressed with the Galaxy S's gorgeous AMOLED screen, which is regarded by many as the only display that can match the iPhone 4. At four inches across it's also one of the most expansive out there.