Samsung announced at the CES 2011, the introduction of the Infuse 4G and Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab positioning themselves as the number one Android device provider in the US. The Galaxy Smartphone is the first actual device to get certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance’s Wi-Fi Direct certification body, although there are a number of other Wi-Fi modules and chipsets awaiting the green signal, for certification. Samsung has done it once again after the Samsung Omnia made its mark 2 years ago as the first DivX certified handset in the USA.
The Galaxy Tabs featuring a 7 inch display and running Google’s Android 2.2, has already crossed1.5 million units sold mark since introduction last year. The support for Adobe Flash 10.1, a front facing camera of 1.3 MP and camcorder for video chat, as also a 16 GB of internal storage makes the product really formidable. The only Wi-Fi model is compact and conveniently designed making the Galaxy Tab ideal for watching movies or TV programs, reading books or emailing on the go.
The Infuse 4 G using HSPA+ for its 4 G doesn’t have to deal with the bulk of an LTE chip making it a real skinny thing at 9 millimeters. With its massive screen and slim structure, it looks like a light device that should rest pretty naturally in the user’s hands. It is still too early to position the product in virtue and strength with quite a few products on offer expected to hit the markets in the coming months. The USP of widescreen beauty and slim structure of the body are interesting, let’s hope the software and the rest of the design in ease of use and convenience can keep up that excellence projected by the peek preview of the product at the CES 2011.
The Samsung Wi-Fi only Infuse 4G is one of the thinnest phones on the market with a humungous 4.5 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen running on a 1.2 gigahertz CPU and an 8 MP auto focus camera besides a front facing shooter and having phenomenal outdoor legibility. Thanks to the improved brightness over the first generation SUPER AMOLED plus the unique TouchWiz interface running on top of the Android 2.2 Froyo.
Appearing to be one of the toughest iPod touch arrivals, this portable media player was displayed at the expo with a matte back cover in comparison to the earlier Galaxy S with a glossy plastic back. Available in the TDMA, CDMA and GSM technologies, this smart phone offers data management, types of EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA – 14.4 Mbits / sec, HSUPS 5.76 Mbits / sec, GPRS, CDMA2000 1xRTT, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, etc. The multiple frequencies of 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz, along with the Candybar form factor and internal antenna, color display in 800 x 450 pixels, capacitive touch screen, multi touch, proximity sensor and light sensor make the phone invincible.