Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570 Review

Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570, Mobile phone samsung galaxy mini
At Mobile Phones UK, we prefer to call a spade a spade. We don't like to contact a telephone "Mini" unless it's. The Samsung Galaxy Mini is not. The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini truly is mini, but as a consequence it suffered from a very little screen size which produced it tricky to make use of and restricted the quantity of apps it could successfully run. The Galaxy Mini, however, has a perfectly normal-sized 3.14 inch screen, and is actually a normal-sized telephone, larger than the HTC Wildfire for instance.

We get the point that this really is a spending budget smartphone although. The cost has fallen nicely below £100 because launch, positioning the Galaxy Mini in between the entry-level Galaxy Europa and the Galaxy Fit, both of which are outstanding phones. The Galaxy Mini runs Android 2.2 (Froyo), which is not the most recent version, but is close sufficient that it won't matter to most customers. On top of that it has Samsung's TouchWiz 3.0 user interface enhancements, with features like the SWYPE-enabled keyboard and social networking integration to enhance the regular Android experience. Having a decent-sized 3.1 inch capacitive screen along with a moderately quick 600MHz processor, the user interface is fairly fluid and responsive the majority of the time.

Being an Android phone, the Galaxy Mini is equipped with an Android music player, FM radio RDS, GPS with Google Maps and the extremely effective Android web browser, plus of course access to more than 150,000 apps through the Android Marketplace. It is a 3G telephone with HSDPA giving download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB. You will find plenty of good factors here to want this telephone.

But in a budget telephone you will find always compromises. The camera is very basic, lacking autofocus and a flash. The screen resolution is quite low as well, for an Android phone. And worst of all is the battery life, that is really extremely poor. These are the reasons why, regardless of its low cost and excellence in numerous respects, we feel the Galaxy Mini is a four star telephone.

In the finish though, the Galaxy Mini is really a great smartphone for all those on a spending budget. It is a step-up from the entry-level Galaxy Europa and a lot cheaper than the Galaxy Ace, and it packs the power of Android 2.2, the really user-friendly functions of TouchWiz along with a decent-sized responsive capacitive screen. It has fantastic features like fast web browsing, GPS with Google Maps and has the hardware to back it up: a fast processor, sufficient memory and all the connectivity options you could dream of.

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Fredrick Russell said...

Nice Review, Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 has a 3.15 MP camera with geo-tagging in it. It has 160MB internal memory that is expandable up to 32 GB via microSD expansion. It runs on Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo), ARMv6 600MHz processor. It has a large TFT screen of 3.14 inch capacitive touch. Other features include: Digital compass, SNS integration, 3.5mm audio jack, GPS receiver with A-GPS.

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