Reviewers of the Samsung Infuse 4G liked the Super AMOLED 4.5" touchscreen, battery life, camera and thinness. The processor was called snappy. Reviewers were not trilled with slow 4G speeds. For the most, part camera quality was well rated while reviews of call quality were mixed.
The Samsung Infuse 4G has a huge screen and is extremely thin, with some reviewers liking its size, which makes on-screen typing easier, while others commented that it is hard to operate with one hand. The screen is bigger than most phones, but the resolution is not at (480 x 800) which can distort the graphics just a little bit.
The Samsung Infuse 4G runs Android 2.2 on a 1.2GHz
Hummingbird processor and has an 8-megapixel camera with video recording, a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for
video calls, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, supports USB to HDMI, and a 1750mAh battery.
There are many smartphone choices on AT&T, and currently, the Samsung Infuse 4G is the only 4.5" Super AMOLED touchscreen. If a large screen is important to you, then it is worth a test drive.
AT&T sells the for $199.99 with a contract. Amazon Wireless is selling the Samsung Infuse 4G for $89.99 with new contracts.
Jamie Lendino at PCMag rated the Samsung Infuse 4G 3.5 out of 5 for its Super AMOLED 4.5" touchscreen, great battery life, thinness and 4G access. He ddn't like the the voice quality or AT&T 4G speeds (HSUPA). He thought that the width made it hard to hold. The infuse 4G runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) with Samsung's TouchWiz with a clumsy Media Hub. The camera is great and 720p video is smooth. He thought that the HTC Inspire was better for voice with HTC Sense, and Motorola Atrix has a faster dual-core processor and a higher-resolution touchscreen.
Bonnie Cha at CNET rated the Samsung Infuse 4G 4 out of 5 for its large vibrant 4.5" touchscreen, thinness, 8MP camera and snappy performance. She didn't like that the larger screen makes pictures look pixelated and the slow 4G data. Photo quality was sharp, but indoor photos have a pinkish tone. Download speeds were as high a 3.99Mbps. It comes with Android 2.2.
Michael Propero at Laptop rated the Samsung Infuse 4G 3.5 out of 5 for lightness, battery life, Super AMOLED and call quality. It lacks an HDMI port but can adapt USB to HDMI. He liked that the large screen size makes typing easier. Benchmark speeds were above average. Battery life was better than average at six hours seven minutes. He thought that photos were crisp. Call quality was good. 4G speeds were poor.