Samsung Infuse 4G Reviews
"The Samsung Infuse 4G disappoints in some areas, but it's still a very good Android smartphone for AT&T customers as long as you're OK with the larger design."
"It even looks a little like the S II -- if you squint. This is its own phone, though, a giant 4.5-inch screen setting it apart from its predecessors, and a giant battery inside giving it plenty of life. But is it really as good as it looks?"
"AT&Tâ€™s Samsung Infuse 4G is described as â€œbig. brilliant. thinâ€. Thatâ€™s an accurate description which is almost surprising for marketing message. However, it does summarize fairly well what the phone is about."
"The Samsung Infuse 4G, with a radio capable of achieving peak rates of 21Mbps, is being marketed as the fastest smartphone currently available from AT&T."
"The Samsung Infuse 4GÂ is the latest example of the trend toward big-screen smartphones, packing a whopping 4.5 inch AMOLED display, backed up by 18 GB of storage, and one of the thinnest designs on the market."
"The Samsung Infuse 4G feels a bit like a phone with an identity crisis. It costs the same as the Epic 4G Touch, but is excluded from the Galaxy line."
"It's not too big. No, really. We've spent the last week or so with the Infuse and have found ourselves thoroughly surprised by just how usable a 4-and-a-half-inch phone can be."
"It's pretty much the same phone as the rest of Samsung's Galaxy line, just in a different shell."
"The Samsung Infuse 4G is a great phone for the media-hungry consumer, but a few issues keep it from being great."
"The Samsung Infuse 4G is one honking Android phone and a good choice for AT&T subscribers, but you'll still need a different carrier if you want real 4G speeds."
"Seemingly coming out of nowhere, especially considering that itâ€™s not tied to the Samsung Galaxy S family, the Samsung Infuse 4G is gunning for the top dog position on AT&Tâ€™s Android lineup thatâ€™s currently occupied by the Motorola Atrix 4G
"In America, it is widely believed that bigger is better. Or so Samsung must have thought when they decided to launch the phone with the biggest and brightest screen first in the United States, and with the biggest network â€“ AT&T."