Ever got tired of those touch bar phone when texting that requires you to hit each letter accurately, like playing darts? Galaxy’s Swype that has built-in intelligence that can follow the path of your finger in the keyboard, and it will do rest. It’s just a trace away.
The device is relatively competitive in other regions, with an 8-megapixel digital camera, a dual-core 1.7-GHz processor, and Android 4.2.2 software. It felt peppy in my testing, although it’s not as fast as the S4 or other top of the line phones.
This is the final step to consider when you want to buy the best and latest Smartphone in the market today. It is important note that testing a demo Smartphone isn’t enough to gauge a Smartphone especially on things like performance and durability. This is where customer reviews come in. By checking customer reviews online on the latest Smartphones, you will be able to know what it feels like to own the Smartphone for a few months. You should only settle on buying the latest Smartphone with the least negative customer reviews otherwise you will be risking your money.
If ever you are not on an unlimited SMS plan, there is no need to worry. You can still chat all you want. With a QWERTY keyboard, chatting on the samsung galaxy S8 Y Pro will be just as easy as chatting on your pc. However, does this phone offer a mobile instant messaging service just like RIM’s Blackberry Messenger?
The history lesson takes us through several museum displays. The first one shows a huge slab inscribed with Egyptian hieroglyphics, dated 3200 B.C. “Good graphics, but weight makes for poor portability,” says the video.
Since we can browse on the go, this powerful smartphone allowed its users to enjoy more from high-speed internet capabilities. It is capable of downloading at speeds of up to 21 mbps and uploading at speeds of up to 5.76 mbps on a 3G network. This means that users can stream videos seamlessly, download apps at half the time, and upload their multi-media on their favorite social media network.
The phone runs Google’s “Android” operating system, although Samsung have added a few enhancements of their own. I’m told that the applications interface has been styled on the iPhone, so it looks different to other Android phones. I don’t care. The success of the iPhone heralded the introduction of Android, so Apple must have got something right with it. I’m happy to benefit from a copy of that style. It’s easy to add apps and access them. That’ll do me.