Advantages and Disadvantages of Samsung GT-i8150 Galaxy W

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Samsung GT-i8150 Galaxy  W Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone is equipped with enough features  classy as 1.4 GHz processor, capacitive screen with a width of 3.7 inch  WVGA resolution of 800×480 pixels, 5MP camera with LED flash and video  recorder 720P. 

Samsung GT-i8150 Galaxy W design is similar to the Galaxy Gio,  especially from the front. Materials that exist on this phone consists  of a variety of materials. As usual the front is glossy black panels for  capacitive screen measuring 3.7 inches.

Samsung Galaxy W put on screen  type TFT LCD measuring 3.7 inches, WVGA resolution resulting in pixel  per inch density of 252.15 ppi. Simply sharper than the resolution of  the Galaxy S II similar but larger dimensions ie 4.3 inches.  Galaxy W runs on 850/1800/1900/2100 Quadband network and HSDPA 900/2100.  Then the local connectivity is a-GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi (802.11 b / g  / n) and the micro USB (for mass storage, PC syncing via Kies, modems,  and the debug mode).

This phone can use the WiFi tethering.  With a price range will be installed between USD 250 – USD 350, this new  Android smartphone has many advantages over competitors in the same  price range, especially on the side of the processor which is clocked to  1.4 GHz.

 The design although no impression exclusive / expensive but  quite appropriate for Android users MidEnd youthful. 

Advantages: - 1.4GHz processor with a performance good enough
- The camera has an LED flash
- Although only the LCD screen but is quite good and nice views
- Front camera for video calls 

Disadvantages: - No LED notification
- No camera shutter button



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