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Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on

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Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Today at the joint event helmed by AT&T and Samsung, we witnessed the official unveiling of the Samsung Infuse 4G. Although we managed to get just a tiny sampling of the device back at CES, we’re now getting a clearer picture of what this high-powered device is all about.

Some people might make some comparisons with the Samsung Galaxy S II, but the Infuse 4G is unique on its own terms. Specifically, the device features one of the largest sized display known to date – with its 4.5” Super AMOLED Plus display. Rightfully so, it’s literally the first thing to capture our attention with the handset since it radiates blindingly on so many levels. Moreover, we’re even impressed about how thin and lightweight the device is compared to some of its rivals. In fact, it measures in at an amazing 8.9mm thick and 131 grams.

Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on

Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on


Sure it feels like a plasticy device, but we’re just encompassed by how lightweight the device feels in the hand – making it one of its well-known highlights. Some of the other features include its 1.2GHz Hummingbird processor, 8-megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash, 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 16GB of internal storage, and HSPA+ connectivity. Naturally, it’s definitely at the forefront of being one of the best Android smartphones to grace AT&T’s lineup thus far, but we’re a little hesitant right now to make any final judgments until we get a better grasp of its performance.

Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on
Samsung Infuse 4G Hands-on


Luckily, consumers won’t have to wait that long to pick up the Samsung Infuse 4G since it’s going to go on sale starting on May 15th – all for the usual high-end smartphone on-contract price of $200. In the meantime, we’ll be putting the handset through some rigorous tests to see if it can utterly take the prize of being the best Android smartphone on AT&T’s lineup.


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