Consumers could sell old mobile in favour of Samsung Galaxy S
1 July 2010 — 6:26 PM
People may be rushing to sell their old mobile phones after learning of a review of the Samsung Galaxy S.
Those who do so may find they are in pole position when it comes to finding the cash to invest in the hi-tech device.
Flora Graham, writing for Cnet, says there are a number of things she likes about the handset, including its powerful Android operating system that potentially improves its ease of use.
This theory is backed up by the reviewer's assertion that the Galaxy S also has a highly responsive touchscreen and multi-touch support.
Commenting on the device, Ms Graham writes: "Its huge, vibrant screen and heaps of smartphone features make it more than just another touchscreen also-ran."
Other aspects of the phone that are recommended include its ability to be customised with apps from the Android store.
Some consumers may see the Samsung Galaxy S as a viable alternative to the iPhone 4, which was released in the UK last week.
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