We knew that it was underway and predecíamos his undisputed power. Now with Vodafone 360 Samsung H2 (or simply Samsung 360 H2) has been tested for the first time to the delight of those who admire a well-finished gadget.
With the Samsung H2 Vodafone gives a blow on the table and shows that 360, its famous social platform, has not counted minutes. H2 wants and can finish with the ghost of his predecessor (impressive specifications for a poor software). It seems that the Red operator has made because half of his duties by the system, the next step is to win favor with developers. We see it in detail:
Samsung H2: a display of hardware
The design of the phone only has been praised in its first analysis: modern, stylish and compact. The truth is that it does not seem too out of line with respect to the Samsung H1. That Yes, it is finer than this and seems more robust.
Complete specifications include the camera, which records HD video, and same chipset with 3D acceleration that leads the Galaxy S:
- Dimensions / weight: 125 x 60,8 x 11.7 mm / 137 grams
- Screen: 3.7-inch, multi-touch, SuperAMOLED WVGA (800 x 480)
- Memory: Internal 16 GB + microSD up to 32 GB
- Processor: Samsung Hummingbird 1 GHz S5PC111
- System / browser: LiMo / Opera 10 with Flash
- Camera: 8 MP with autofocus, LED flash, 720 p video and image stabilizer
- Networks: HSDPA 7.2 / HSUPA 5.76 / UMTS / GSM quadband
- Connectivity: WiFi 802. 11n, Bluetooth 3.0
Is repeated imbalance because of software?
Obvious that Samsung H2 is a day in specifications. In fact is the height of any high-end and has little to envy to its cousin, the laureate Samsung Galaxy S… Ahem, did someone say software? Vodafone 360 is still based on LiMo, and the software suite has never been free of criticism from users and developers.
Vodafone knows that the failures and the slowness of the system caused a general discontent among the buyers of the Samsung H1. For uqe not repeat history, this time they promise us a much more polished set, the quantity and the quality of applications could follow ruining attempts to Vodafone to rescue its platform. Hopefully they take it into account. Developers, by the way, already they can play with SDK Linux3 and do native apps for LiMo.
A picture is worth more than thousand specifications
That said, at the end of the fluidity of the terminal transcends above any detail of the hardware. Pouring a look at this video demonstration there is no doubt that Samsung and Vodafone have worked side by side to achieve a necessary qualitative leap in the section on user experience.
With help of the graphical power and own processor, the transitions between menus and widgets are very natural and all Vodafone 360 applications run without disheveled. They have not forgotten improve the screen, which responds much more accurately than in the Samsung H1.
We will be back to know Samsung H2 with Vodafone 360 during the last quarter of the year.
Update: Vodafone cancelled the launch of the phone and will stop developing exclusive phones Vodafone 360 and slime. Operator service will be exclusively distributed as an additive to third-party mobile software.