Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 Review


It's devices like the Samsung Galaxy Gio Android that helped win so much ground in so little time. This is a business better than the uber-smart and find their way into the pockets of the people is much easier. With that goal in mind, the Gio Galaxy should be an integral accommodating a phone.

May soon be running out of names for the lot Galaxy. But it will be when the plates start to fall they know they are in trouble. Back to the point, however. Chico S5660 Gio number is called. He is a teenager - mischievous and fun, too young for a suit and tie.

It's a decent offer for the media with a pretty good version of Android (2.2.1 Froyo), good enough screen, a 800 MHz processor and powerful whole variety of connections, from 3G for GPS. There is little to complain about, except for the weight and size, perhaps.

Here's the rest of what the Galaxy Gio has to offer.
Main features

* Quad-band GSM and dual band 3G support
* HSDPA 7.2 Mbps support
* 3.2 "16M-color TFT touch screen capacitive HVGA (320 x 480 pixels), multi-touch
* 800 MHz ARM 11 processor, 200 Adreno GPU, Qualcomm MSM7227 chipset, 278MB of RAM available to user
* Android 2.2.1 (Froy) with TouchWiz UI 3.0
* Wi-Fi 802.11 b, g, n with the functionality of Mobile Hotspot
* GPS connectivity A-GPS, digital compass
* 3.2 MP camera with autofocus and geo-tagging and face detection-
* QVGA video at 15fps
* MicroUSB port (cargo) and stereo Bluetooth v2.1
MicroSD slot (up to 32 GB, 2 GB on the box)
* Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
Accelerometer and proximity sensor
* Sound Enhancement DNSe
Stereo FM radio with RDS
* Document Viewer
* Smart dialing
* Gave the text input
* Applications Samsung offers a nice little free apps

Main disadvantages

* Poor video recording
* No key camera shutter
* No Flash support in web browser
* No ambient light sensor for automatic brightness
* No support for DivX / Xvid video out of the box

The Samsung S5660 Galaxy Gio obviously not a camera-centric device. QVGA video and 3.2 MP stills not go a long way. But as a smart phone that has what it takes to be taken seriously.

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The Samsung phone Galaxy Gio is a commitment. If you are looking to give it a try smartphones, which may be willing to live without a screen murderer and a brilliant camera. The Gio is a good choice for beginners or improvers budget if the price is right.


inalcoholic on May 5, 2012 at 4:02 AM said...

it s a disaster without an ambient light sensor... anything else is perfect for the phone including the video recording and more.

thanks for the info. I was about to break my phone bcs of the light sensor automation :-)

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