AT&T is set to get a new 4G smartphone on its network that runs the Android operating system. The new smartphone is called the Samsung Infuse 4G and it is capable of 21Mbps download speeds on the AT&T network in supported areas. The smartphone runs Android 2.2.
The Infuse 4G will be the thinnest 4G smartphone in the US and have the largestLCD at 4.5-inches. The smartphone runs a 1.2GHz APU and that big screen is a Samsung Super AMOLED screen. The smartphone has an 8MPcamcorder with autofocus and more. The front facing camera is for video conferencing.
AT&T will give the first 500,000 buyers a $25 certificate for downloading content on the MediaHub. The phone also comes with a special edition of Angry Birds installed and more. The phone will land May 15 and will sell for $199.99 with a 2-year contract and a data plan.
My Take: I really like the sound of this smartphone. Perhaps my next AT&T smartphone won't be an iPhone after all.
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