Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Samsung Infuse 4G: All You Need to be Familiar With.

Here comes an extra far above the ground smartphone from Samsung. It is more or less for those who are at ease with a larger Smartphone, the Samsung Infuse 4G has more than enough characteristics, supremacy, and options which unquestionably make it among the few superior ones in the marketplace at hand. samsung-infuse-4g This year 2011 has already been a grand year if not the peak year for Samsung. Just a few months ago they delivered Galaxy SII and followed it up with the Droid Charge and now comes an epic Infuse 4G.

The Samsung Infuse 4G will be the trendsetter toward the ascend of life-size-screen smartphones, having a mind-blowing monstrous 4.5 inch AMOLED display. For a smartphone, display is the most essential ingredient. The screen gives a hard to believe prosperous cinematic understanding for users. For a giant handset like Samsung Infuse 4G, it is also moderately to a certain extent light and adds to this it is even lighter than the iPhone 4 (yes...! true...).And to go with all this it is one of the thinnest at 0.35 of an inch width. Here too It’s a obvious conqueror above The iPhone 4 which is fairly thicker at 0.37 of an Inch.

Regardless of its looks, the phone feels pretty versatile once in hand. The Infuse weigh about 5 ounces. The central magnetism of the Infuse 4G nonetheless is the Super AMOLED Plus show. It offers roughly 50 percent added SubPixels than the preceding production of Super AMOLED touch screens.


The Infuse 4G runs Android on a 1.2GHz workstation and sports a front-face camera. To portray Infuse in a few words “It’s an amalgam of A customary Smartphone and an Android tablet. (Impressed….!!!!!)”

The rear of the covering has a minute crinkle which let you experience which end is up and which is down. This is incredible you don't think about until you use a device (I Guess so…..). The Infuse Design is straightforward yet elegant. As far as I’m concerned the paramount diminutive synopsis of the Infuse's screen is a gigantic "WOW”. The Infuse's display is covered with Gorilla Glass. If you haven't heard of Gorilla Glass, then it's a creation of corning, supplementary stronger than conservative soda-lime case-hardened glass. It's defiant to scratch, even with metal keys, very strong, and extremely hard to fracture. I haven't precisely tried to see if I may perhaps shatter the Infuse(But You Can).

The only corporeal buttons are power and volume, and the only connectors are the 3.5mm headphone and micro-USB…(Thank God For It…..!!!!). And with a 16 GB of internal memory, it's also a moderately big large gadget. The Infuse comes bundle with a 2GB microSD card.

The Samsung Infuse 4G carries all the usual goodies: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Samsung-Infuse-4G-back  high quality GPS, etcetera. The HDMI output is a grand aspect,  allowing us to "emulate" the Infuse screen onto a HDMI capable TV or projector for almost everything not just for video or presentations, as with some other phones, but everything, including the app launcher, web browsing, games, anything you wish do on your gadgets screen.

We're Pretty certain that 8 MegaPixel Sensor on the rear here is more or less comparable to the one in Galaxy SII so we won't hassle on too much here, apart to say that it’s still very fine. Pictures look razor-sharp, colours look vivid, and the 720p footage here is incomparable-if seldom a bit soft.

By distant the most rise out feature is the battery life (yes..yesss..Really..!!!). Yes, some phone will give you big battery time if you maintain the intensity bowed down, the Wi-Fi off, and a lesser amount of usage but the distinction with the Infuse is that you don't need to limit your battery--it'll take the punch and stay on going and going devoid of any obstacle.

Samsung Infuse 4G Box Contains :

  • Samsung Infuse 4G smartphone

  • 2GB microSD card preloaded

  • microSD card adapter

  • Wall Charger

  • Stereo Headset

  • microUSB cable

  • MHL adapter for HDMI output

Samsung Infuse 4G Features and Specifications

  • Network support : GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100

  • Google Android 2.2 (Froyo) Operating System

  • 1.2 GHz processor

  • 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen with 480 x 800 pixels resolution

  • Virtual QWERTY keyboard

  • Expandable memory up to 32GB with microSD card

  • 8.9 mm to 9.24mm thin

  • Weight : 4.9 oz

  • 400 hours standby time

  • Up to 8 hours talk time

  • Preloaded with Media Hub, U-verse Mobile, U-verse Live TV, and Angry Birds.

  • Screen : Super AMOLED plus 16 M Colors

  • HD 720p video camera at 30fps

  • Music player : Mp3/MP4 Players

  • Digital Zoom

  • Bluetooth with A2DP

  • Ringtones : MP3, WAV ringtones

  • 8 megapixel rear side Camera with 3264×2448 pixels

  • Front facing camera is 1.3 megapixel

  • USB : microUSB v2.0

  • Wi-Fi : Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n; DLNA

  • Phone Book : Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall

  • Gaming : Yes + Downloadable

  • Operating system : Android OS

  • Features : Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection

  • Band : Quad Band

  • User Input : Touchscreen

  • Face detection

  • Screen savers, Themes

  • Messages : SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM, RSS

  • Email : Yes with Attachments

  • Browser : HTML

  • 1,750mAh battery

This post is written by Hasan Sadiq. He is a biotechnologist and loves writing
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