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Samsung Fascinate Review

Wow! That is what I said when I checked out the all new Verizon Samsung Fascinate earlier this month when it was originally released and saw the great resolution display, really look brilliant on this thin and light slab of phone. Well it has almost been a month since I have received the device and I know it has is overdue, but here is our review on the device. The Fascinate comes to us as one of the most power-packed Android devices on Verizon Wireless. It features Android 2.1, a 4-inch Super AMOLED touch screen display, Samsung 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird Application Processor, 5-Megapixel Camera with LED Flash and HD video recording, Six-axis sensor…the list can go on with this device.

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Samsung Epic 4G Review Featuring TekGoblin DoubleTake

This is a TekGoblin DoubleTake Review of the Samsung Epic 4G from Samsung and Sprint. A DoubleTake Review consists of two reviews from two separate people with different levels of technical knowledge so its gives you the reader a better perspective before purchasing the phone in question.

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Droid 2 Review – Featuring DoubleTake

This review features a TekGoblin DoubleTake review which means you get 2 reviews from 2 different people in the same article! Why not get 2 different opinions while in the same article, read on below. First review is by Solomon M.

Alright guys, we managed to get our hands on the all new Motorola Droid 2 a few days after launch and we have to say that it definitely improves on some faults with the original Motorola Droid. Check our our unboxing video at the bottom of the post to see it in action. The Motorola Droid 2 keeps some things the same as the original Droid and some needed changes grace the device as well. The Droid 2 retains the same 3.7 inch WVGA display as previous model as well as the same camera and camcorder quality. What has improved, is the faster processor, more on-board memory, as well as a better keyboard and improved battery life, not to mention that it is the first U.S. device to come pre-stock with Android 2.2 operating system with flash 10.1.

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