Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Samsung I5800 Galaxy 3 Review

Samsung i5800 Galaxy Samsung I5800 is the latest mobile introduce by Samsung. It was launched in July 2010 with all new features which attracted large number of audience towards it. This model is gaining more and more popularity due to its cool look and low weight. Its weight is around 109 grams.

Phone consist of 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus feature. It's maximum resolution of capturing image is 2048 x 1536 pixels and QVGA videos at 15 frames per second. The handset supports threaded SMS view, MMS, email, push email and instant messaging features. It has a stereo FM radio with the RDS support and a HTML browser. There is a 512 MB of internal memory and a 1 GB micro SD card. The micro SD expandable card slot can support cards up to 32 GB.

The Galaxy I5800 3 is using Android version 2.1 operating system. It also uses a 667 MHz processor and the Touch WIZ 3.0 interface. The display is a capacitive touch screen that measures 3.2 inches. The display has a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels and supports 16 million colors. There are accelerometer and proximity sensors. It also supports multi touch inputs.

It also has a micro USB port and a 3.5 mm audio jack. The Android platform supports the common Google applications. The handset supports GPRS,3G HSDPA, EDGE, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and GPS with A-GPS support. Battery provides a talk time of 7.25 hours and a stand by time of 510 hours in the 3G network.

Keypad looks very simple and easy to use like other Samsung phones. D-pad also works fine, having 4 directions to move. The on screen QWERTY keyboard works in both landscape as well as portrait modes. The keyboard uses the finger swype method rather than key taps. Though the finger passes through the other keys on the keyboard the Swype accurately identifies the keys that were intended to be entered the user. It has high precision meaning that it enables the users to type accurately and quickly.

The music player offers a DNSe with Music Clarity, 5.1 channel emulation, Bass enhancement, externalization, some presets and Concert hall features. In the landscape mode, it opens the Cover Flow-esque interface with a set of CDs with album art. The video player handles the XviD and DivX videos excellently along with the ones with 720 x 400 pixel resolution.

The FM radio has the RDS support and it is has a good interface. The media browser is the application that opens the pictures and videos. It is highly simple to use and performs good 3D animated transition effects. It opens the photos of the user as well the user’s friends from MySpace and Facebook.

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