1. James Kara's Avatar
    Being one of the many Samsung Galaxy S smartphones being launched simultaneously in the US market, the Samsung Captivate I897 will definitely bring Android's full glory into gear for AT&T's customers who have longed for a full figured device that kicks things up a notch. The Samsung Captivate is a high-end Android smartphone with its 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and more :)

    Samsung Captivate
    11-01-2010 06:19 AM
  2. jdunn's Avatar
    The captivate completely sucks. The only way to make it usable is to root it and flash a different ROM onto the device. Samsung failed miserably this time, and will probably fail next time as well.
    04-12-2011 06:57 PM
  3. 1jaxstate1's Avatar
    The Samsung captivate doesn't suck and its pretty awesome. I have AT&T 2.2 and have no plans on flashing a custom ROM.

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    04-12-2011 07:26 PM
  4. IamNabil's Avatar
    I didn't like mine at all. It's the only phone I've ever returned.
    04-12-2011 07:36 PM
  5. 1jaxstate1's Avatar
    I'd have to say. Functionality wise. Its better than my Focus. Just not as elegant. In a strange way Android seems like where window mobile would have advanced to, except a lot smoother.

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    04-12-2011 07:59 PM
  6. cdook's Avatar
    I can see the whole Linux vs Mac vs Windows debate coming to the phone world. People always have said you can do more in Linux, it's just not as pretty or flashy. APIs are constantly changing between kernel and software relwases. Macs are pretty, but are very locked down and you generally get pushed into the Apple ecosystem. Windows, everyone runs and it gets the job done and developers love Windows stable APIs.

    Seems like all these things hold true for the phone equivalents too. :]
    04-15-2011 06:39 PM