"Samsung Infuse 4G Price in Pakistan, Specifications, Features, Reviews"

Samsung Infuse 4G

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The Infuse?4G gives you the largest touch screen on any Samsung phone.With its brilliant color and thin design, the Infuse 4G is fantastic for social messaging, outstanding browsing and entertainment on-the-go.

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Features for Samsung Infuse 4G

It?s big, it?s bold, it?s thin, it?s fast and has one hell of a camera - and it?s caught in the middle of ?s ?4G? propaganda


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Infuse 4G hands-on
From the outset, the Samsung on just sounded too big. Ridiculously big. Some 4.5 inches big. If you don?t count the Dell Streak as a smartphone (and we don?t, really), it?s the biggest damn Android device that?s intended to be occasionally used upside your head to make phone calls.
But we?ll clue you in on a little secret: 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.
That?s not to say the Infuse is without its quirks. But we put it through its paces the best way we know how - in the field, on the road, and in our hands at the Google IO developer conference.

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The hardware
There?s no denying it, the Infuse 4G is big. But it?s also thin. And that makes all the difference here. Put it next to, say, the 4.3-inch HTC ThunderBolt, and the differences are pretty apparent. The Infuse is a tall 5.2 inches, and it?s wide at 2.8 inches, but it?s a mere 0.35 inches thick. And that?s the ball game, folks. That and it weighs 4.9 ounces. It?s tall, but it?s thin and light. It?s wiry.
The front of the phone is dominated by the display, of course. It?s at the usual 480x800 resolution. But before you spec nerds go crying for a qHD screen, remember that this is Super AMOLED Plus, and that means 12 subpixels for every one pixel, instead of the standard eight subpixels. In layman?s terms, it?s big, it?s bright, and it?s colorful. (The banding you see in the pictures above and below is the result of the still camera, not the screen.) Above the display is the 1.3MP front-facing camera. One thing you won?t find up here is a notification light, and that?s just criminal.

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Below the screen you have capacitive buttons in the menu-home-back-search configuration. They?re stenciled onto the phone, so they don?t disappear completely when the screen is dark.

On top is the 3.5mm headphone jack and a noise-canceling microphone. On the bottom is the microUSB port that doubles as a high-definition video output.

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The textured plastic battery cover pries off from the top. It?s about the flimsiest battery cover we?ve seen. That doesn?t really mean anything, as it fits to the phone just fine - it?s just a bit of a shock on what is on all accounts a solid and sturdy phone. But if this bothers you, we suggest taking a deep breath or maybe try walking around the block. It?s just a battery cover.

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Battery life
Hold the phone, folks. We weren?t really expecting great results from the Infuse 4G when it comes to battery life. First there?s the massive screen - and we don?t care what kind of newfangled battery-saving technology it uses, 4.5-inches is a lot of real estate to light up. And then there?s the fact that a ?4G? phone usually suckage when it comes to battery life. But seeing as how ?s ?4G? is vastly different (hint: slower/faux/whatever) than LTE, we?re seeing a vastly different experience.

Put it this way: We crank through e-mail like nobody?s business during a show - and especially during Google IO. And on top of that, we were taking pictures left and right with the Infuse?s camera (again, more on that sweet piece of sweetness in a minute), and shooting video, too. So when we hit 4 p.m. and still have 55 percent left? It?s a Christmas miracle, folks.

Maybe it?s the Super AMOLED Plus screen. And the 1760mAh battery is larger then what you?ll usually find in a phone, but not grossly so. But the simple fact is that the Infuse made it through a hard day?s work on the road, and probably would have made it through most of the night on the town, too. Your mileage will vary, of course. But for our money, we?re impressed. We?re tough on phones.

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S faux-gee 4G
It?s not too often we have to break out a section on data in a review. But with naming the phone the Infuse 4G, a few things need to be cleared up. There?s 4G, and then there?s 4G. With Verizon, 4G is done with a technology called LTE. Sprint uses Wimax. And both of them are fast. Very fast. T-Mobile?s got a zippy HSPA+ network, too.

But , which also is using HSPA+, is fudging things a bit while it breaks in its ?4G? network. First off, it has actively disabled the high-speed upload capabilities on several other phones and is just now reactivating them. Secondly, ?s HSPA+ network requires ?enhanced backhaul.? That?s a fancy way of saying they have to do something to the towers. And they?re not saying where (or if) anything?s actually been enhanced yet.

The point is, 4G on the Infuse 4G is different (for the time being, anyway) than 4G on other carriers? phones. It?s something to be aware of.

As for our tests? We?ve used the Infuse 4G in a trio of markets. Pensacola, Fla.; Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, and San Francisco. In Atlanta and San Francisco, we?d see speeds around 2500kbps to 3000kbps. Not exactly slow, but hardly what we?d consider to be 4G. And, in fact, not all that much faster (on the downstream side, anyway) than we see in the much smaller Pensacola area. Confusing the matter is that you get an H+ icon in all three markets in which we tested.

Your mileage will vary, of course, depending on where you live. And as a 3G phone, the Infuse is plenty competent. But ?s marketing it as a 4G phone, and that just doesn?t sit well with us.

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The software
The Infuse 4G ships with Android 2.2.1 Froyo. That?s not the latest version of Android (not even the most recent version of Froyo). The good news is that we fully expect the Infuse to be upgraded to Gingerbread, and possibly even the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich sometime next year.

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Sideloading
Oh, happy day. With the Infuse 4G,has ended its ridiculous practice of locking down its phones so that they can only install apps from the Android Market.That?s been a headache for more than a year now, but didn?t seem to care until the Appstore took off and its phones were all left behind.

To enable sideloading Settings>Applications and hit the checkbox next to ?Unknown sources.? If you?re worried about any potential security concerns (we?re not), you can always uncheck the box again and lock the phone back down.

That means you?ll not need the Sideload Wonder Machine with the Infuse 4G, and we?re OK with that. It?s time ended the lockdown.

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The camera
Let us just say this about that: We?re madly in love with the Infuse 4G camera. Samsung?s software is decent enough, and you?ve got a number of effects you can apply when shooting, and easy one-touch access to the video camera. But it?s the business end that has us over the moon.

The Infuse, by default, takes still pictures at 8 megapixels. That means a bigger file size, but it doesn?t always mean a clearer image. But the Infuse completely delivers. So much so, that a good number of photos that we took in and around Google IO were taken with the Infuse.

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  • Video, by default, shoots at 720x480 (seen below), but you can crank it up to 1280x720 in the settings.
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Other odds and ends

  • Fun fact: The Infuse is so big and vibrates so hard, it registers as a small earthquake. OK, not really, but it?s really annoying that there?s no way to completely silence the phone using the volume rocker.
  • GPS worked just fine for us in the three cities in which we tested.
  • Hackability: Super One Click roots the Infuse with ease. Huzzah. Can?t wait to see some custom ROMs on this thing.
  • The rear speaker is surprisingly loud.
  • There?s no HDMI port on the Infuse. Instead, there?s an ?MHL adapter? that plugs into the microUSB port. Seems simple enough, but it also requires you to plug a microUSB charger into the adapter in order for the whole thing to work. That?s a pretty big fail. But if you never use HDMI out, no biggie.
  • As a phone, the Infuse works just fine. No issues with call quality in our testing.

Specifications for Samsung Infuse 4G

General Specs
 Camera Pixels   1.3 Megapixel
 Touchscreen   Yes
 Battery capacity   1750mAh
 4G LTE    
 Screen size    
 Operating system    
 Display
 Display technology   OLED
 Display   Colour
 Number of colours    
 Scratch resistant display   No
 Screen resolution   480x800 pixels
 Screen size    
 Pixel density    
 Touchscreen   Yes
 Simultaneous touch points    
 Type of technology    
 Dual screens   No
 Storage
 Internal storage space   15,000 MB
 Memory card readers   Yes
 SDIO   Yes
 Compatible memory cards    
 Maximum amount of memory    
 ROM memory   Yes
 Memory quantity    
 Camera
 Built-in camera   Yes
 Auto focus   Yes
 Built-in flash   Yes
 Digital zoom (still image)   4x Digital
 Camera Pixels   1.3 Megapixel
 Maximum resolution (still)    
 Number of cameras   1 pc
 Resolution 2nd camera    
 Optical zoom   Yes
 Video recorder   Yes
 Digital zoom (video)   No
 Maximum numbers of fps when recording    
 Maximum resolution (video)    
 Torch/Lamp   No
 Processor
 Graphics processor   Yes
 Graphics processor type    
 Processor core type   Single Core
 Processor speed   1,200 Mhz
 RAM   Yes
 Memory quantity    
 SoC (System on Chip)   Samsung-Intrinsity Hummingbird
 CPU type   ARM7
 Communication
 2G (GSM)    
 3G (UMTS)   Yes
 Stand-by time (3G)   Up to 400 hours
 Talk time (3G)   Up to 8 hours
 HSPA   Yes
 HSUPA: Speed (down)    
 HSDPA: Speed (up)    
 4G LTE    
 Bluetooth   Yes
 Bluetooth profile   A2DP
 Version    
 Built-in navigation system   Yes
 Type of GPS    
 Integrated geotagging    
 IR   No
 Support for IP telephony   No
 Supports NFC    
 Wireless network (Wi-Fi)   Yes
 Supports media sharing   Yes
 Type    
 Design
 Colour   Black
 Sliding   No
 Physical keyboard/numpad    
 Features
 Features (detail)   Alarm Clock, Calculators, Calendar, Compass, Currency Converter, Dictaphone, Games, Media player, Notebook, Stopwatch, T9, Timer, Vibrator, Watch
 Shock resistant   No
 Dual SIM card support   No
 Voice dialing   No
 Water resistant    
 Supports wireless charging    
 Compatibility
 DLNA certified   No
 OpenGL ES   No
 Java    
 Connectors
 3.5mm headphone output    
 Type of connection    
 USB   Yes
 Charging via USB   Yes
 Type of USB connector    
 USB version    
 Dimensions
 Dimensions (WxHxD)   9.24 71 132 mm
 Weight   9.24 71 132 mm
 Power Supply
 Battery capacity   1750mAh
 Exchangeable battery    
 Software
 Operating system    
 Miscellaneous
 Release year    
 Warranty  
 Price 37,000 Price in Pakistani Rupees

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