Samsung Captivate

Our AT&T contract ended a few days ago, which means I finally got an Android phone!

After using my Sony Ericsson since high school (6~ years), this is a much needed upgrade. I got a HTC Hero a year or two ago but it was designed to only work on the Sprint network, so I had to wait until now to get a smartphone.

I took a quick peek at the Android app market and it was filled with quite the selection. It reminded me of my own plans for coding and releasing some apps on the market. Until then, I’ll be busy customizing my phone and looking for nifty apps to download.

8 Comments to “Samsung Captivate”

  1. yamada25 says:

    Awesome, I got my Samsung Galaxy S last September 😀

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    Reltair Reply:

    I’m only a few months late! 🙂

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  2. MrOptic says:

    Gave iPhone 4 a pass? 🙁

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    Reltair Reply:

    Yeah, since I actually already know how to develop for the Android, it was an easy choice to make. I’ll get an iPhone if I decide to make apps for it I guess.

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  3. Yi says:

    Nifty indeed. ^ ^

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    Reltair Reply:

    ^^

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  4. Brett says:

    I’m on AT&T too and my contract expires in February! You’ll have to make a post on your thoughts of the phone after using it for a few days/weeks or something similar.

    From what I have read, this is supposedly the best Android phone for AT&T. Currently there are only 3 or so Android phones, so hopefully they expand soon!

    Well, enjoy it. 🙂

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    Reltair Reply:

    Thanks, I believe it is the best Android phone on AT&T at the moment. I like it so far except Samsung is behind schedule with their Froyo update. I will try to post about my thoughts on it in the future. ^^

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