The latest Google Android-powered device has been put to the test, which may interest those looking to sell used mobiles.
In an article for Trusted Reviews this week, Edward Chester looks at some of the features that come with the Samsung Galaxy i7500, including a screen that boasts AMOLED technology.
He said that having recently seen the “highly-stylised” Palm Pre, at first the model seems a little bit of a disappointment, but goes on to list a number of other facilities that may interest people recycling mobile phones.
In addition to Google Android operating system (OS), the Galaxy boasts a five-megapixel camera, 3.5mm socket that allows standard headphones to be used, as well as 8 GB of onboard storage – expandable via a memory card slot.
“One of the things people are making a big fuss over with this device is its AMOLED screen and we can totally see why. Colours are incredibly vivid … so, it’s super-sharp and has incredible viewing angles,” Mr Chester also pointed out.
Other devices to use the same OS as the i7500 include the HTC Hero and Magic.
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