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There is no stopping to Samsung when it comes to smartphone war. Samsung has been leading the competition when it comes to Android based smartphones and the company has decided to launch more and more Android smartphones in the market to provide more options to the customers. Now, Samsung has decided to target the middle class consumers that can spend too much on buying smartphones. Samsung has decided to join hands with Boost Mobile to bring out Samsung Galaxy Rush which is not large as Galaxy S3 but it is not expensive as well. Let’s take a quick look at the top features in Samsung Galaxy Rush review below.
While Samsung believes that bigger smartphones are making their way in the market the company also believes that there are consumers that love smaller smartphones and Samsung Galaxy Rush will appeal to people that prefer smaller phones. The overall smartphone is very small and portable and can be operated with one hand. The 3.5 mm headphone jack and power button sits on the top of the phone.
It has round corners and glossy finish which makes it appealing when you look at it for the first time. It has a gray plastic back that looks very much like brushed metal finish but it is not. Samsung has tried to incorporate better design and looks to it without spending too much on it.
Many consumers may not agree with the kind of smaller screen that Galaxy Rush has but Samsung is targeting middle class consumers for this phone. The 3.5 inch screen look very miniature in front of the jumbo size S2 and S3 screens but Samsung Galaxy Rush has been provided with better virtual keyboard that works accurate and allows customers to type in messages and information quickly.
Since the display window is smaller it will appeal to consumers that have smaller fingers. Samsung has incorporated HVGA TFT display that has 480 x 320 pixel resolution. The color quality on the display is good but the sharpness is not that great and therefore the overall display result is average and not quite appealing. The three capacitive buttons below the screen work well and the front facing camera is average.
Samsung is aware of the popularity of Android ICS in the market and therefore Galaxy Rush gets Android 4.0 ICS software that works well with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface. Samsung has incorporated various connectivity features to it that works well with the operating system. There are seven home screens available and therefore users can always customize the operating system options as per their preferences. Samsung Galaxy Rush also has 3.2 megapixel camera on the back with LED flash, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and multiple options that can keep first time smartphone users happy.