Verizon Wireless is starting to build up some steam on its speedy 4G LTE network. The Samsung DROID Charge becomes the second 4G phone launched on Verizon, joining the HTC ThunderBolt in that elite group. The DROID Charge is also the first phone from Samsung to fit into Verizon’s popular DROID family, all of which run the successful Android operating system. So what is the DROID Charge like?
In this review, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs takes a thorough look at the Samsung DROID Charge, examining the phone’s 4.3-inch Super AMOLED+ screen, 8-megapixel still-image camera and 720p HD video capability. Bob also runs two popular performance testing applications on the DROID Charge and checks the phone’s internal speed. Click on the window to the right to see the entire video review.
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