New Android model boasts 'vivid display'
20 October 2009 — 10:07 AM
With an increasing number of manufacturers bringing their own Google Android-powered gadgets to the market, those recycling mobile phones may welcome the advice of one expert.
According to Edward Chester of Trusted Reviews, Samsung's entry into the race with the i7500 Galaxy is lacking in some areas but boasts a screen that is "super-sharp".
The writer expressed disappointment in a number of areas that other device makers have fallen foul of, but explained the inclusion of enhanced display technology was welcome.
"One of the things people are making a big fuss over with this device is its AMOLED screen and we can totally see why. Colours are incredibly vivid so, it's super-sharp and has incredible viewing angles," Mr Chester said.
The model also has a five-megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack and 8 GB of onboard storage with microSD card support.
So far, HTC has been the most prolific manufacturer of Android phones, with other firms bringing their own device to the market also including Motorola.
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