Monday, March 21, 2011

Samsung Galaxy S Mini Review

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The particular Samsung Galaxy Mini is essentially a scaled down edition of the Samsung Galaxy S, to arrive a far more sleek and stylish bundle and with more
affordable features on side.
Despite working over a 600MHz
processor chip (compared to the
Galaxy S´s 1GHz Snapdragon), the
actual Samsung Galaxy Mini still has a relatively up to date
Android Froyo (2.2) installed. It
comes with lots of outstanding
Google services such as Gmail,
Google Talk along with YouTube.
The Galaxy Mini also comes with Adobe Flash support so as to
appreciate streaming videos
from other websites also.

This isn't a challenge as, despite
being a mid range phone, the
Samsung Galaxy Mini still is sold
with 3G HSDPA and Wi-Fi
beneath its wing, to allow you
fast and easy access to the internet. The Galaxy Mini also is
included with brilliant social
networking integration to enable
you to tie up facts from internet
sites such as Twitter and
facebook in to the phone´s interface, providing you with an
easy way to update your status
or transmit a twitter update and
much more quickly see what
your contacts are doing on-line. The digital camera for the
Samsung Galaxy S Mini is not
particularly amazing at 3.15
mega pixels, and is possibly where
some of the affordability is gained
considering the inclusion of Wi-Fi and 3G, which are the very first features to
be got rid of in order to reduce
production costs. This camera will
include geo-tagging and may also
record QVGA video at 15fps, however is
by no means the stand out attribute of this handset.

Galaxy Mini Specifications

Camera Spec:3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels Cool Features:EDGE, Wi-fi, USB, FM Radio Ringtones:Vibration; MP3, WAV
ringtones Entertainment & Music:MP4/H.264/
H.263 player MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player Bluetooth Options:Yes, v2.1 with A2DP 3G:HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps USB:Yes, microUSB v2.0


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