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Android Phone Reviews
Samsung Focus vs. Samsung Captivate

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October 13th, 2010

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Key Differences

  • Operating System: The Captivate runs on Android, a graphical interface developed by Google that has a growing following by consumers. Google developed Android to be open and easy for developers to create new applications, and there is a large market of free or low-cost apps. Windows Phone 7 was developed by Microsoft and it should be considered a proprietary system, much like Apple’s iPhone operating system. All three operating systems — Android, iPhone OS and Windows Phone 7 — are targeting the same users who want highly visual, easy-to-use phones from which they can handle both work and life requirements.

Side-By-Side Comparison

Samsung Captivate Samsung Focus
Samsung Captivate Samsung Focus
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Wirefly’s Price $49.99 FREE w/ new account
Operating System Android 2.1 (upgradable to Android 2.2 later this year) Windows Phone 7
Display 4″ Super AMOLED, 480 x 800 Pixels 4″ Super AMOLED, 480 x 800 Pixels
Wireless
Capabilities
3G Capable Yes (EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA) Yes (EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA)
Processor 1 GHz Hummingbird 1 GHz Snapdragon
Memory 16 GB internal; up to 32 GB microSD card 16 GB internal; up to 32 GB microSD card
Camera 5 megapixel stills; 720p HD video 5 megapixel stills; 720p HD video
Mobility
GPS Yes Yes
Bluetooth Yes Yes
Voice-dialing Yes Yes
Physical Features
Size 4.8 x 2.5 x 0.4 inches 4.8 x 2.6 x 0.4 inches
Weight 4.2 ounces 4.1 ounces
Battery Li-ion 1,500 mAh, replaceable Li-ion 1,500 mAh, replaceable
Productivity
Outlook Support Yes Yes
View MS Office Attachments Yes Yes
Web Browser Yes Yes
Apps Android Market Microsoft & developers
Music Player Yes Yes
Keyboard Virtual QWERTY Virtual QWERTY
Cost

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4 Responses to “Samsung Focus vs. Samsung Captivate”

  • how do i transfer my data from my micro sd card of the impression to the new focus sicne it does not “officially” support micro sd cards

  • eugenio menez
    November 28, 2010

    can i easily switch my sd memory card from my samsung impression to either the captivate or the focus?

    • yes but it needs to be a micro sd card

    • You can use it in the Captivate but not in the Focus. Windows Phone 7 doesn’t “officially” support micro SD cards. So, if you use the card out of your Impression it will be reformatted for Windows Phone 7 and all data will be lost off of card. If you just want to use it for the storage it will work. If you have media on it you want to keep then, the Captivate is the best choice for you. Hope this helps!

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