Smart phones seem to be getting bigger and bigger these days. With phones like the HTC EVO and the Droid X out there sporting 4.3” screens, you can be hard pressed to find a third party mount that fits. Arkon hopes it has the solution. With phone pulling all kinds of duties now such as mp3 player, GPS, and Car Phone, owners are hard pressed not to buy a mount.
Unfortunately, with the luxurious sizes that these large phones offer, these mounts are being bulleted with subsequently luxurious prices. Enter Arkon’s Universal Mega Grip Holder. Bulleted as the Super Phone Solution, this gigantic mount may be what super-users have been waiting for. Let’s find out!
Arkon Mega Grip Review
Arkon Mega Grip Mega Contest
How do you make a Galaxy S phone even better? Simple, give it more features… And that’s exactly what Sprint did to the third Galaxy S phone to make it to the US market.
The Galaxy S line of phones needs no introduction as the Android 2.1 device has been making a lot of waves in the smartphone community. Every review you read on the Galaxy S phones (Like the Captivate & Vibrant) praise the 4in Super AMOLED display and the 1GHz Hummingbird CPU. So how could it get much better? Read on to find out.
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No I’m not holding the new Samsung iPhone, it’s actually the T-Mobile Vibrant, T-Mobile’s latest and greatest Android offering. The Vibrant, like all Galaxy S phones has great list of specs:
- 1GHz Hummingbird CPU
- 800×480 Super AMOLED Display
- 16GB Internal storage
- 5MP Camera w/ 720p video capabilities
Once you get your Vibrant home from your local T-Mobile store, you’ll be greeted by the normal accesories. You’ve got your microSD to SD adapter, USB to AC adapter, miniUSB data/charging cable and earbuds with multiple inserts to fit different sized ears. To get a more in-depth look at what’s in the box, check out our unboxing and first impressions of the Vibrant. But enough of the boring stuff, let’s get to the video review.
Read the full review here: T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant Review
It took a while, but AT&T finally has an Android phone that can play with the big boys. While it certainly has it’s faults, it also has things that it does extremely well. We posted our unboxing and first impressions of this Galaxy S-based phone a few days ago, so that should get you caught up with the basics of the device, so let’s get in depth:
AT&T Samsung Captivate Review