AT&T Finally Released new Android OS-based Samsung Captivate phone

Android OS-based smartphone ‘Samsung Captivate’ is the first high-end phone by AT&T that has finally been released by the company and is now available in the worldwide market. All carriers are offering two entry level models that run Google’s operating system, but new AT&T smartphone has a good range of exciting features_ it is packed on 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor, and has many useful set of software that includes Gmail. Youtube, Gtalk , Google maps, and last but not the lease Google calendar, Samsung Captivate runs Android OS 2.1.

In addition, The Samsung Captivate is bringing more at the disposal of the users in order to communicate within their social circles; it will help its users to have fun with email, instant messaging, updates of social network, and short messaging sending via the social hub of phone. The Captivate also has AT&T Address Book and AT&T Navigate. Samsung Captivate allows an access to AT&T’s 7.2 Mbps 3G network, and has bundles of stunning features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, 16 GB internal storage, 5megapixel camera, GPS receiver, accelerometer, and many more to please the users. This phone is indeed having everything you have been looking for a long time in your ideal phone.

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