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Samsung Infuse 4G review

The Infuse 4G is a huge phone, but is it a huge success?

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Our Verdict

The Inspire 4G is a niche phone, but anyone who values a large screen and a good camera should be tempted.


  • Killer display
  • Excellent camera
  • Extra screen real estate
  • Decent battery life


  • Mediocre build quality
  • Not really "4G"
  • Outdated software

All the usual Google location apps are included, from Google Latitude to Maps, and they load quickly and accurately. AT&T includes a few of it's own as well, including the AT&T Navigation app and the yellow pages app, YPmobile.

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Among the standard slew of media apps, Samsung also bundles the Infuse with a QR Code scanner and a Family Map app - which is similar to the already included Google Latitude but will add an additional $10 a month to your plan.

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There's also a Live TV shortcut, placed conveniently on your home screen, though tapping it will just bring you to the Marketplace to download AT&T's U-verse app.

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Finally, for feather fans, there's also an exclusive version of Angry Birds available only on the Infuse 4G. It's largely the same old Angry Birds enthusiasts have come to know and love, but this time it has more golden eggs and secrets.