By Daniel Webster | June 25, 2010 10:00 PM
In this video we explore the hardware of the Samsung Galaxy S GT-i9000. The first thing I would have to say is that the phone is thin, light, and extremely fast. This is the first Android device to use Samsung’s new Super AMOLED screen. The screen is a 4 inch capacitive glass display with the resolution of WVGA at 24bit/pixel.
The phone boasts newer technology like the 1 gigahertz Samsung Hummingbird processor, Blue Tooth 3.0, and the Wireless-N band. There is a 5MP camera with the ability to shoot 720p video at 30fps. Unfortunately there is no flash on this phone, which to me was sort of a disappointment. Call quality is clear and undistorted.
The Samsung Galaxy S is going to set the bar for screen technology. Mobile phones, computers, and TV manufacturers will strive to adopt the Super AMOLED innovation in the near future. All-in-all the hardware is just plain fast. For more detailed specifications visit pdadb. There are two versions of this phone available, an 8GB and a 16GB. At&t and T-Mobile have started to release images of their variants the Samsung Captivate and Samsung Vibrant. If you missed the unboxing check it out here and stay tuned for the software tours coming up next.