In this Samsung Galaxy Fit review, the main characteristics of this awesome phone will be presented. In general, the device may not be for those of you who have many expectations from a touchscreen phone. But there are many features that can be found only on greater phones, with a triple price, such as Galaxy S Plus.
Having the code name S5670, the phone comes with a 5 megapixel camera, which works great in well lighted areas, but not as great in the darkness. There is no flash light or blitz attached. The screen is not standard and it has 3.31 inches. The display is shorter than the screens of other similar phones, having a resolution of 240x320 pixels.
The device is actually an upgraded version of the older Galaxy Mini. The contrast of the screen is good enough even for sunny days. When the phone is used indoors, a twenty five percent contrast can be more than enough, as this can save battery. The small resolution of the display makes you actually see the pixels on the screen.
Equipped with a 600 MHz processor and 160 MB for storage, the phone can support up to 32 GB of storage through a microSd card slot. The battery life is very good for a device of this type. With Android 2.2, or 2.3, you can install many applications from the market, free, or under cost.
The sound is equillibrated, having pleasant mediums, loud highs and noticeable lows. The phone has a plastic carcass with metallic edges that make it look resistant. The weight of the phone is 108 g, which is lighter than many other similar phones.
As a conclusion of this Samsung Galaxy Fit review, the phone is a budget solution. It has some good features, but the processor is slow and sometimes applications may not run as sooth as expected. If you do not want a high resolution display, but you want to enjoy the Android experience for the first time and to have a practical phone at your disposal, the device is for you.