Samsung Galaxy S Review

Samsung Galaxy S is intended to be a major attack Korean companies in the smartphone market - a huge amount of packaging technology, the upper end into the handset which he considered to take iPhone 4.

There are more than just a technological edge over here to beat the iPhone - the chassis is also clearly seen similar, though much larger screens, that enter in four inches of defeat.

Shades of frames is also strange, but in a good way. It's nearly 4 millimeters thicker than the iPhone (we know, shocking) but did not feel it, thanks to back arched.

The downside of this construction is that it feels little plasticky, which is not the impression you would in a premium smartphone - but very light only 118g.

Panel chrome looks good too, but the screen is a frame that really makes the Samsung Galaxy S.

While Google is determined to lose custom layer on modern Android smartphone, Samsung has finally decided to dedicate his own skin for the mobile search engine of the OS.
Known as the TouchWiz 3.0, this skin is the evolution of the efforts of a number of handsets Samsung - sadly most horrible enough to be used, with various widgets that underperformed compared with competitors.

overlay was first used on the Wave Samsung, where the new widget order of the day - while this works well, and 10 screen house is a bonus, the Galaxy S you get the seven display to work with, and both widgets and icons are the same.
The latter is large, because it means you can play around with the placement of your favorite applications. However, the widget is less than the attraction, with very little on offer from both Samsung and the default Android offers - of course you get more from the likes Desire HTC.

Things like daily briefings are very precise in what they offer - we prefer more customization than a simple weather and news updates, RSS feeds though always useful, provided you have the nous to manage them.
But the interface on the Samsung Galaxy S is more than this, touchscreen, large capacitive peak only. We do not say it better than the iPhone 4, but for someone who never picked up the phone touchscreen in their lives, this can not be beaten.

A light touch will produce an instant reaction, and coupled with a 1GHz processor from Samsung,  Galaxy S rarely will slow down from your input.
While we would love to see more from the system menu (we love scrape up from the bottom of the screen to activate the list of icons), you must press the icon 'Application' on the Home screen to do more.
Another feature we love about Wave Samsung is an intuitive menu system, in which the most frequently used applications gradually moved to the top of the pile; sadly missing in Galaxy S
But the simple icons and how to navigate your application page makes sense, seeing as  iPhone 4 has managed to escape with such a system.