Samsung launched two Android phones in their new Galaxy S series in the US with the T-Mobile Vibrant and the AT&T Captivate.
Walt Mossberg at the WSJ has reviewed both Samsung Galaxy S phones and is pretty pleased with them. He says that for Android fans the Galaxy S phones are appealing alternatives to the iPhone.
He likes the 4-inch Super-AMOLEDscreen, 16GB internal memory and the Android performance on the Galaxy S phones. The lack of the iTunesmedia and app eco-system is a negative, but that is true for all Android phones.
Read the full Galaxy S phone review on the WSJ.
I had chance recently to test a Galaxy S phone and I was also immediately pleased. Samsung did a great job in making the most out of Android with the Galaxy S series.
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