Samsung phones are growing in both stature and features at the same time and there is none better to witness it than in the new Samsung Galaxy S, which is the company’s flagship model in the Android operating system segment. This new phone combines the best of touchscreen display technology and a powerful processor to bring the ultimate phone, as some would call it, to your hands. The new phone has a revolutionary touchscreen display and this is the only revolutionary technology that is visible to the eyes in the phone. Nearly all other features that are missing in the phone are in the software and the hardware departments and this truly is the best entertainment phone that is currently available.
The phone has a 4 inch touch screen display, which is widely acknowledged it to be the best of mobile phone screen since it uses the latest super AMOLED display technology, which is even better than the AMOLED display technology that is beginning to find its way into most high-end smart phones. However, the new Samsung Galaxy S is way ahead of its rivals the using this latest technology at this stage itself. This means that you cannot get phone that can match the display in terms of contrast, brightness and the detail, let alone surpass it. It is probably one of the first phones to be using the gorilla glass display to protect the screen from scratches and other harmful actions that would result in the screen losing its sheen. With nearly 16 GB of internal storage to play with, you are left wondering why this phone has additional memory support using memory cards for up to 32 GB.
However, once you learn that the new Samsung Galaxy S is the ultimate entertainment phone that money can buy today, you will acknowledge that the 32 GB memory card probably justifies the phone. The only disappointing feature with the phone has to be the 2.1 version of Android, however, given the 1 GHz processor that is more powerful than the processors found in the Apple iPhone 4 for instance, it is really only time before Samsung offers the upgrade to the latest 2.3 version of Android.
Even though the phone is sold only in one colour, black, it cannot be more appealing to the eyes and it is especially due to the design and curvatures that this phone has in plenty. The phone has a five megapixel camera, and it is not sure why Samsung has not decided to go with the powerful eight megapixels or even 12 megapixel cameras, like those seen in the latest high-end smart phones like the Nokia N8 and the HTC Desire HD. However, having said that, this camera has a lot of features in itself and it is more than sufficient for casual users, but it is sure to disappoint hard-core Samsung fans.
The phone has just been launched in the United Kingdom and worldwide by Samsung and it is priced around £ 415.