The actual Samsung Captivate Glide for AT&T Cellular is long overdue. The market is brimming of dual-core Android devices and also the slide-out QWERTY packing Samsung Captivate Glide has only arrived.
Interestingly enough, it’s been a comparatively quiet year for the fans from the hardware QWERTY droids. The offerings tend to be few, while the potential users are plenty – great news for Samsung’s entry.
In terms associated with specs, the Samsung Captivate Glide is rather closely associated with the Galaxy R – the 2 major differences between the two phones are available in the screen department and, of program, the presence of hardware QWERTY regarding the Captivate Glide. The smartphone sports an NVIDIA Tegra two CPU with two 1GHz cores along with a gig of RAM. The display has been taken directly from last year’s Galaxy S – not really a bad a thing since the 4” Extremely AMOLED unit with WVGA resolution is still is among the finest screens on the market
Quad-band GSM as well as tri-band 3G support21 Mbps HSDPA as well as 5. 76 Mbps HSUPA support4" 16M-color Extremely AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with WVGA (480 by 800 pixels) resolutionAndroid OPERATING SYSTEM v2. 3. 5 with TouchWiz four launcher1 GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra two CPU, 1GB of RAM4 strip slide-out QWERTY keyboard8 MP autofocus digital camera with LED flash; 720p HD movie recording at 30fpsExchange ActiveSync assistance; virtual private network access and gadget encryptionWi-Fi 802. 11 b/g/n assistanceGPS with A-GPS connectivity; Digital compass8GB inner storage, microSD slot; 1. 3MP front-facing digital cameraAccelerometer, gyroscope and proximity sensorRegular 3. 5 mm audio jackGetting MHL microUSB port and TV-out assistanceStereo Bluetooth v3. 0Document publisherFile manager comes preinstalledRich movie format support
As you can observe, there is plenty the Samsung Captivate Glide provides. Its hardware QWERTY is one of the very comfortable examples we’ve encountered. The Tegra 2 CPU however, while not a typical fixture with regard to Samsung’s Android lineup, is certainly respectable when it comes to performance.
Our initial disappointment came from the truth that the device lacks even the slightest mention of the the Galaxy S II family, even though the Captivate Glide is properly equipped to take part in it. On this instance, we think that both Samsung and AT&T have overlooked the marketing potential which this type of branding would have offered (Samsung Galaxy S II in most its different incarnations is still promoting quite briskly).