Samsung Infuse 4G Unboxing

Samsung Infuse 4G Unboxing
Now that its launch date and on-contract pricing are known, we’re better able to grasp the sheer amount of anticipation surround the Samsung Infuse 4G. In any event, this handset is surely shaping up to me a monster device for AT&T’s lineup – even more with its sharp razor thin profile, magnificent Super AMOLED Plus display, and its HSPA+ connectivity.

Although its retail packaging might be all the ordinary, some of its well-known features are blatantly mentioned on its sides to let people know exactly what they’re getting themselves into. Specifically, it mentions items such as HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul, 4.5 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, Android 2.2 platform, and an 8-megapixel rear & 1.3-megapixel front facing cameras.

Inside, we’re presented with all the usual set of documentation that we’re traditionally given, like the Quick Start Guide, but it comes with an activation code that gives you a free $25 Samsung Media Hub credit. Moreover, we find the usual suspect of accessories along for the ride as well – like its wall charger, 3.5mm headphones, additional ear buds, microUSB cable, and a microSD card adapter. Interestingly enough, we're thrilled to find that Samsung decided to throw in an HDMI-out adapter that will allow you to output video to a high definition television set. Obviously, we’ll take it nonetheless, but it surely means that you’ll need to lug it around if you want to easily share content on the big screen.

Samsung Infuse 4G Unboxing
Samsung Infuse 4G Unboxing
Samsung Infuse 4G Unboxing
Samsung Infuse 4G Unboxing


Without a doubt, it’s amazing to see how thin looking the handset really is when compared to other devices pushing the 4.3” and up mark with screen sizes. Granted that it’s completely constructed out of plastic, we’re agreeable with its construction, which in turn, makes the handset feel super lightweight. Turning it on and getting situated with the TouchWiz interface layered on top of Android 2.2 Froyo, some will appreciate its uniqueness, while others might be distracted by it. Either way, it’s running at a reasonable rate thus far. We’ll be putting it through the paces over the next few days, but check back soon as we’ll have our in-depth review up shortly!

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Infuse 4G
  • Display 4.5" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 3, Single core, 1200 MHz
  • Storage 16 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1750 mAh(8.00h talk time)

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8 Comments

1. Hello-dirt

Posts: 102; Member since: May 02, 2010

thanks for the activation code. I could really use some new books or music.

2. som

Posts: 768; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

Recent news Apple wanted to replace Intel processor in MacBook for Cortex A15 processor. Is ARM Cortex A15 designed by Texas Instruments and manufactured by Samsung? I knew Cortex A9 designed and manufactured by Samsung. Is Apple look for Intel to make ARM A5 processor and to stay away from Samsung.

3. afghanmoose unregistered

wow this phone lags, yesterdays technology, im waiting for my dual core phones to come out!

15. Maxxx unregistered

the phone was still loading when you saw that lag my dual-core 3GHz PC lags if i want to start firefox too soon after boot

17. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

ya samsung phones always lag a little after they turn on... its cause samsung cuts down the bootime and puts some of the processes in the background, such as media scanner... it gets super annoying...

12. AsR unregistered

Wow... phonearena should do something about SPAM. This article has more SPAM than real comments.

14. catchmeprateek unregistered

please let me know if anybody knows about the best phone in market accept iphone4.

16. Maxxx unregistered

the best phone on the market today is Samsung Galaxy S II aka Samsung I9100

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