Samsung Captivate heading to AT&T

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    Samsung Captivate heading to AT&T


    Another Android powered cell phone is going to be operating on the AT&T network and this one is pretty powerful. Get yourselves ready for the Samsung Captivate - a phone based off the Samsung Galaxy S.

    No word yet on the exact date of release, but AT&T has the following information about the phone up on their site.

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    Immerse yourself in the realism of the 4” Super AMOLED display. Elevate your gaming experience with the six-axis motion sensor and powerful 3D graphics engine. Listen to the dynamic richness of surround-sound stereo audio. You get high entertainment value plus a complete suite of hardworking fully integrated Google applications. Check email, get directions, download thousands of apps from the Android Market, upload video to YouTube™, and much more. Powered by the 1 GHz Cortex A8 Samsung application processor and the Android™ 2.1 operating system, the Samsung Captivate is packed with exciting features in a sleek and slim design:

    • Super AMOLED 4” touchscreen display – improved off-axis viewing and better outdoor visibility
    • Entertainment galore with six-axis motion sensor and 3D graphics engine and surround-sound audio
    • 5 MP camera with HD video recording
    • Choose from thousands of apps on the Android Market™
    • Integrated social networking tools – one place for status updates
    • 16 GB on-board memory for photos, videos, and music – expandable memory up to 32 GB
    You can check out the link to AT&T here: Samsung Captivate

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    This phone looks really nice, from what I can tell its as good, if not better, than the Nexus One, anyone know the difference between the Hummingbird platform that the Samsung Captivate is (presumably) based on and the Snapdragon platform that the Nexus One is based on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubuntuser View Post
    This phone looks really nice, from what I can tell its as good, if not better, than the Nexus One, anyone know the difference between the Hummingbird platform that the Samsung Captivate is (presumably) based on and the Snapdragon platform that the Nexus One is based on?
    I believe the Samsung Hummingbird CPU is identical to the Apple A4 cpu found in both the iPhone 4 and the Apple iPad.

    Samsung worked closely with the engineering firm that Apple eventually snatched up and so the CPU's are pretty much identical.

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    Here's a demo to show off the power of the cpu/gpu:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    I believe the Samsung Hummingbird CPU is identical to the Apple A4 cpu found in both the iPhone 4 and the Apple iPad.

    Samsung worked closely with the engineering firm that Apple eventually snatched up and so the CPU's are pretty much identical.
    close but not the same
    Apple A4SGX535 + VXD375 + Cortex-A8

    Samsung S5PC110SGX540 + Cortex-A8

    PowerVR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostsoul View Post
    close but not the same
    Apple A4SGX535 + VXD375 + Cortex-A8

    Samsung S5PC110SGX540 + Cortex-A8

    PowerVR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    So the main difference is the graphics chip the Apple chip has?

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    I'd like to see Quake2 running on the iPhone 4.. I'm not sure it would perform that well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    So the main difference is the graphics chip the Apple chip has?

    yes. im looking for the link

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