Pro & Cons
Very Good Audio
Android 2.2 Improved Performance
Super-AMOLED Display provides sharp quality
Camera has no LED-Flash
The Samsung Galaxy S was considered for some time one of the Flagship Android Smartphones, and for good reason. When it was first shipped out the Galaxy S was met with very positive reviews, as it came packed with a Super-AMOLED Display and had great Audio capabilities, not to mention the new slick design of the phone itself. And when it was updated to Android 2.2 (Froyo) its performance was smoothed out even more whilst at the same time introduced Android 2.2 features to its users. And features such as storing Apps directly to the SD cards also became available with the update. But in saying all that the Samsung Galaxy S is not without its weaknesses. Users of this smartphone will have to go without an LED-Flash. Originally the Smartphone was also criticised a little for its reliance on the PC Program Kies, with users having to connect to their PC via USB to update the program. But now Kies have created their own app thus users can now update Kies via WiFi, adding to the quality of easily one of the best smartphones on the market at the moment.
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