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Samsung Galaxy S review
Ilse Jurriën : October 26th 2010 - 10:00 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy S review at LetsGoMobile : Android is still Hot. Many cell phone manufacturers have introduced more Android phones onto the market. Samsung introduced Moment and Behold smartphones with the Android platform, among others. The Samsung Galaxy S has also joined in. Big advantages of the Android platform are the synchronization possibilities, especially with a Google account, the ever-increasing Android Market and the possibility of arranging everything according to one’s own wishes.

• Read the full Samsung Galaxy S review at LetsGoMobile.
Samsung Galaxy S review

Samsung Galaxy S review - Digital camera
LetsGoMobile adds: "Due to the big AMOLED screen, it is fine to shoot with the Samsung Galaxy S. The 5.0 megapixel digital camera ensures that you can capture your favorite moments in high resolution. The camera-application can be started up by selecting the camera function in the menu. If the function is used often, it is handy to place a quick key in the start screen. The application is started up within 2 to 3 seconds, which is pretty reasonable."

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Review Samsung Galaxy S - Manual focussing
LetsGoMobile continues : "The whole screen can be used as a viewfinder, yet we only see a sliding key on the left for the options and to the right a key to shoot the photo. When the application is started up, it does not focus automatically. This always has to be done manually, by pushing a place on the screen, on which is focused. That’s too bad, because it takes more time and the chance of movement blur increases, so that the photo is out of focus."

Galaxy S review

Samsung Galaxy S review
The Samsung Galaxy S is an Android smartphone with stunning specifications. The Samsung Galaxy S telephone has a 1 GHz processor, a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and Google Maps navigation. All experiences can be read in the full Samsung Galaxy S at LetsGoMobile.
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