The Galaxy range of smartphones is working wonders at Samsung, propelling them to the top of the mobile phone pile. Samsung are now selling mobile phones at a healthier rate than any other company; finally nudging Nokia off their perch.
The latest Galaxy handset to roll off the production line is the Galaxy Aviator, a handset with more than a passing resemblance to the Samsung Droid Charge, which was released over a year ago.
That isn’t to say that this imitation of the Droid is necessarily a bad thing, the Aviator has a clear and crisp screen resolution, a good quality camera and video recording capabilities. Like the Charge, it measures in at 5.1 by 2.6 by .5 inches and weighs 5 ounces.
The display is a lovely 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen posting a very respectable 800-by-480-pixel resolution. Interestingly, this particular spec is actually it is lower than the 960-by-540 display on the Motorola Electrify, which occupies a similar place in the smartphone market, but the colours on Super AMOLED Plus are an awful lot richer.
The Aviator is a dual-band EV-DO Rev A (800/1900 MHz) and 4G LTE device with 802.11b /g/n Wi-Fi.
Sell your old mobile for cash and upgrade to Samsung’s latest offering. You won’t be left disappointed.