Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Review
Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G seems to straddle comfortably between high-end and mid-range categories. It comes with a lofty price tag of $200 (on-contract) before the $50 mail-in rebate, which easily instigates a comparison with the original Samsung Galaxy S2. Running Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread), the Samsung Galaxy 4G Blaze is reasonably thin with its 11mm thickness, although the phone is a bit heavy at 128 grams.
The 3.97” WVGA (480 x 800) Super-AMOLED display delivers decent image quality. Colors are nicely saturated and bright, while the 235ppi of pixel density will ensure an overall acceptable quality, provided that you don’t stare at it closely. The 1750mAh battery delivers 7 hours of talk time and 230 hours of standby time. The phone is suitably powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 (APQ8060), 1GB of RAM and Adreno 220 GPU.
The 1GB of onboard storage seems rather limited even for today’s mid-range devices, but users can add up to 32GB of microSD card. Other noteworthy feature is an 8Mp rear-facing camera with 720p recording capability.
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