The Samsung Galaxy W is a high-end smartphone featuring a powerful 1.4GHz processor, a nice and sharp 3.7-inch Super LCD touchscreen and an impressive five-megapixel snapper that takes brilliant shots every time. And it runs an up to the minute iteration of Google's Android operating system too.
Samsung's Galaxy range of Android phones are some of its fast-selling, best-selling handsets ever. Take a quick trial with the Galaxy W - rather aptly the 'W' stands for wonder - which fits everything you want from a cutting-edge phone into a pocketable form factor and you'll be in doubt why that is.
And the core of its appeal is that it's powered by the Gingerbread version of Google's Android platform. Teamed with the powerful onboard 1.4GHz processor, this means the Galaxy W runs super smoothly at all times and lets you get your apps and most-used features without delay. And of course as with all Android phones, you get a choice of tens of thousands of games and apps from the Android Market too.
But that's just scratching the surface of what makes the Galaxy W so great. For one thing, it's also a terrific cameraphone - thanks to the impressive five megapixel camera that takes an impressive, vibrant snap every time. And it excels at video too, recording in lavish 720p@30fps for you to enjoy on the 480 x 800 pixels, 3.7 inches touchscreen.
Other features of the Galaxy W include 4GB of internal memory with microSD card support for an additional 32GB, the brilliant Social Hub feature that aggregates all your contacts and social networking friends in one place to make it easy to update your profile and stay in touch, HSDA connectivity for fast downloads and a secondary VGA camera for video calls.