AT&T customers who've been pining for a legitimate Android experience won't have much longer to wait: the Samsung Captivate, a promising Galaxy S phone with a 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, a 5MP camera that records 720p video, and up to 32GB of combined onboard and external storage, will hit stores on July 18 for $US200 on-contract. It's AT&T's first competitive Android handset, but will it be enough to sway you from the siren call of the iPhone 4? [AT&T]
Samsung Captivate Will Launch July 18 On AT&T For $US200
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