Now that you've gotten to know the Droid X, EVO 4G, and the iPhone 4, (and how they compare to each other) we throw another phone into the mix: the Samsung Captivate. Coming soon to AT&T, this Android 2.1-powered phone looks pretty impressive. The Captivate is stocked with a four-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display that not only gives you a better viewing experience (Super AMOLED is said to be 20 percent brighter, come with 80 percent less sunlight reflection, and use 20 percent less power than regular AMOLED screens), but will be thinner since the layer that detects touch is integrated into the screen, rather than being stacked on top.
The Captivate is fast — it boasts HSPA 3G connectivity (for faster uploads and downloads), a 1Ghz Hummingbird processor (that blows away the competition), and Wireless-N (which produces faster data rates over WiFi; also comes in the iPhone 4). But speed isn't the only thing the Captivate has going for it. Find out more (and catch a demo video of its features), after the break.
Other outstanding features of the Captivate include:
- Six-axis motion sensors to bring your game play to life.
- A 3D graphics engine and surround-sound audio for better movie and music quality.
- 5 MP camera with HD video recording.
- Samsung Social Hub which keeps you up to date on all of your social networks and messages.
- AT&T Navigator with full voice and visual turn-by-turn GPS directions.
- Tri-band 3G and quad-band GSM technology let you use the Captivate in over 220 countries.
Are you sold yet? Take a look at this demo video and tell me what you think of the Captivate.