Samsung's Galaxy mobile phones come with 16GB built-in device storage. If you want to start watching videos or storing songs though, you'll quickly run out of space. Here's how to add more memory - up to 64 GB.
Android mobile phones have a lot more configuration options than an iPhone, like it's ability to configure multiple shortcut apps - letting you unlock the phone and jump right to the application with a single swipe.
I switched to a Samsung Galaxy S4 yesterday, after owning 3 generations of iPhones for several years. I've been pleasantly surprised at how much more I like this smart phone than my iPhone.
Better is of course relative, but I've been impressed with the larger and brighter screen, expandable memory options, far better camera (records in HD, and both front and rear cameras can record at the same time) and numerous configuration options.
AT&T also has a $200 iphone trade-in program, which made it an even swap for the 16-GB Samsung! Saved me the time and hassle of placing an ad on craigslist, and paid for the new phone in one shot.
Loving my Samsung. Not missing my iPhone. Lots of new things to learn (and to blog about along the way), but I like what I see so far.
Samsung Galaxy Tabs run on an Android 2.2 operating system, and Netflix doesn't currently have an app for viewing Netflix movies on android devices.
UPDATE: You can now download the Netflix app and run it on a Galaxy Tab.
You can manage your Netflix queue and search for the latest movies using the Galaxy's built in web browser, but you won't be able to watch movies through the browser because that requires MS Silverlight (which can't be installed on an Android).
According to Netflix, they are working on an Android app that will let viewers watch movies like they can on iPhones and iPads, but that was posted way back in November 2010 so I'm not holding my breath 5 months later: http://blog.netflix.com/2010/11/netflix-on-android.html.
Question: I recently purchased a Samsung Blackjack II. I have had it less than a week...there is so much dust that has accumulated under the screen and it is driving me crazy. I carry it in a leather case all the time. Is there a safe way to clean the screen and once I do, how can I prevent this from happening!! I have never had this problem with other cell phones I have owned. Thanks so much!!