Get more from your multimedia by choosing the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 3.6. With the intuitive and advanced Android Gingerbread operating system and a powerful 1GHz processor, you’ll be able to use the latest apps and enjoy superb performance. Wireless connectivity and optimised web-surfing allow you to stay connected and up-to-date with social networking on the go. The Galaxy S WiFi 3.6’s breathtaking 3.65” HVGA display and SoundAlive digital audio ensure that your multimedia experience is the best it can be, from listening to music to watching movies and more.
"First off, the main design of the product is great. It has a good feel to it in terms of weight (light but noticeable if it's there or not), the overall feel of the Galaxy is great, smooth and sleek with good responsiveness from the buttons and screen.
I've had no qualms in my half year of use with the speed of the Galaxy. The processor seems capable enough for most tasks you throw at it, even multitasking. The sound quality is great Albeit with a flaw (possibly due to my region's firmware (EU)) with the volume being capped at a certain point. If you pause what you're playing and play again it will be at a noticeably louder volume, but to do this every time you turn down and up the volume is just irksome.
The Galaxy S Wifi 3.6 does not seem to be popular with most people probably already choosing an IPod Touch instead, but for the price it is for the quality and features you get i can see many people making a switch should they feel the need. It is also a great price in comparison to the IPod.
Some programs may not support the device, but i myself have had no real problems with programs since purchase. It did have a couple of quirky moments with Skype (which is great with either camera on the device) but it was soon updated and have not had any problems since.
One major fact i wasn't too pleased with was the lack of a flash LED on the back panel, so photos you want to take may not turn out too great in terms of lighting. Also the small amount of megapixels you get aren't particularly impressive compared to other devices of the same size. But for what it's worth you still get some pretty good quality snaps.
Another small qualm i have is the fact that a 'Cell Radio' seems to still exist and use battery according to the Android battery use. This often extends to around 40% use of the battery if you leave it on a long time, whether or not you switch on or off your wifi, nor if you use flight mode.
All things considered, I am still very pleased with my purchase and would not choose anything else for my media needs, unless upgrading to a real smartphone. But for those who want a smartphone without the contracts and hassle of data usage, this is a great device for your music, videos, internet browsing and general Android usage needs."