The good: The Samsung 4G Infuse features a large, bright 4.5-inch touch screen, ideal for browsing and video. Android smart phone and an ultra-slim 8 megapixel camera and fast performance.
The bad: The screen is lower resolution makes the text looks a bit pixelated. AT & T's slow data speed 4G.
The bottom line: The Samsung 4G Infuse disappointed in some areas, but it's still very good Android smartphone for AT & T customers, you're OK as long as the larger design.
First introduced at CES 2011, Samsung 4G network Infuse finally reach AT & T on May 15 for $ 199.99 on a two-year contract. Load 4G is the carrier of last Android phone, and will certainly get great fanfare. Not only that, the market is the thinnest smart phones available in the U.S., but AT & T says it is the largest Infuse 4G terminals. The whole hype, or is not appropriate to instill? Read on to find out.
Samsung 4G Infuse offers a quad-band world roaming, a speakerphone, speed dial, voice commands, conference calling and text messaging and multimedia chat screen caps. The smart phone can handle video calls 1.3 megapixel camera with face. The phone does not come forward to the video chat client, but there are options such as Fring Android Market.