Galactus!* Truly if ever there were a phone sent by a manufacturer to pave way for a much more powerful phone, this is it. The Samsung Infuse 4G is to the untrained eye a gigantic screen with a powerful single-core engine under the hood and a big fat camera on the back of a "razor thin" candybar form factor. The Samsung Infuse 4G is currently the the holder of the biggest and brightest display of all Android devices classified as a handset. Larger than this and they're tablets. Smaller than this and they're just pipsqueaks with a weight problem. Will it stand up to the current state whilst riding on into a future with a big cousin looming quickly overhead? View here a conundrum!
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here for review by the name of Samsung Infuse 4G, and one of the neatest things about it is it's one of if not THE first phone to employ a dual-function microUSB port that also works with an MHL adapter (also included.) This MHL adapter makes it so you can output to a universal HDMI cable and thusly mirror your display to a much bigger display such as an HD television. There's a catch though that you might find good or you might find bad - you've got to utilize the second port on the adapter to plug in to a power source for the adapter to function.
before we have a full review up, yes? Perhaps some examples of how the cameras look on front and in back? Why, that just happens to be what we've got whipped up for you here! On the front you're going to see a photo of the 1.3 megapixel variety, but you'll find when you work with the phone that there's no option (natively) to take video with that camera - you're only supposed to be using that for video chat. On the back, a massive 8 megapixel camera photo and 720p captured video. Plus a bonus!
Samsung Galaxy S II of course! But just by a bit. By less than 1mm, if Philip Berne's sources have anything to say about it. But what other tiny bits are different? There's a few biggies, but what about the tiny bits? The battery is 100 mAh apart, the larger of the two being the Infuse 4G at 1750, the smaller of course then the Galaxy S II at 1650. Why would that be? Perhaps to create a slightly smaller phone to win the thin wars?
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Samsung Infuse 4G, in case you have missed it this device is sure to pack some excitement around it for the next few weeks. It will operate on AT&T 4G Network and it boasts some pretty nice specs including: 1.2 Ghz single-core processor, a huge 4.5" SuperAMOLED+ Display, 8 MP camera and more. For more details click here