Samsung’s success in selling the Samsung Galaxy Sdid not stop the Korean manufacturer to launch a mid-end smartphone. This time we will review theSamsung Galaxy Fit. Compared to The Galaxy Ace (around $ 375), The Galaxy Fit price cheaper, around $ 260.
The Galaxy Fit has a fairly elegant design. The interface looks more ‘mature’ than The Galaxy Mini. Chrome-colored trim wrapped around the body Galaxy Fit appearing in glossy shades. In the back decorated with textured vertical stripes. The Galaxy Fit has a texture that isn’t smooth and comfortable when held or in a pocket.
The Galaxy Fit capacitive touch screen has a size of 3.31 inches with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Interesting, because some still carrying the diagonal screen under 3 inches phone class. Injections of 16 million colors strengthen this sector. When viewed, the display screen is quite bright and clear. Picture looks quite focused, sharp and rich color.
The Galaxy Fit has a 5 megapixel camera with a resolution (2592 × 1944 pixels). Unfortunately, not supported though it was set up LED flash autofocus feature. We get pretty good photos outdoors. But indoors in low light conditions the picture looks a little dark even though the focus is good. This camera can record QVGA video at 15 fps.
Android operating system v2.2 (Froyo) and 600 MHz processor gives ‘life’ on this phone. Browse menus and transitions between pages rather good. But it still seems less reliable when used to multitasking. Lag occurs when multiple applications open simultaneously.
You’ll find three homescreens is active first. However, it could be reduced or added to seven homescreens. Well, on the homescreen, you can add widgets, shortcuts or folders. In the background, you can install a regular wallpaper or Live Wallpaper.
The Samsung Galaxy Fit supports internet browsing via HSDPA data channel (7.2 Mbps). Alternate Internet access via Wi-Fi signal capture capability is quite good. This phone is included the Mobile AP, WiFi hotspots to deploy data services to other devices via Wi-Fi.