The Samsung Vibrant has been a popular phone for T-Mobile. One of Samsung’s wildly successful Galaxy S series of cell phones, the Vibrant had a big and bright display in a sleek package, with some nice features added to the mix. Deciding to re-fresh the Vibrant, the new phone is called the Galaxy S 4G, and it has the same sleek package and top-notch display that distinguished the Vibrant.
In addition, the Galaxy S 4G brings more great features to the T-Mobile party, including 4G network speeds on T-Mobile’s 21 Mbpe HSPA+ system, a front-facing camera for video chat, and a bigger battery that just may be the biggest standard battery for any Android phone. Running Android 2.2, the Galaxy S 4G keeps the best of the Vibrant and moves into the new 4G world.
This video is a quick review of the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, including some benchmark testing and a peek at the phone’s camera quality. Click on the box to the right to see the entire video.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is available for $139.99 from Wirefly.