Samsung’s Social Hub feature is here too, pulling in your Facebook, Twitter, e-mail and text updates into one section. It doesn’t display your updates in a single feed though, à la HTC’s FriendStream, and you need to open each app individually – it’s better than nothing, but not by much. The camera includes smile detection and panorama mode, as well as a basic digital zoom.
Picture quality isn’t bad considering the lowish resolution of the camera, but for video the quality to 320 x 240 recording at 15fps. It tends to look a little jerky, but it won’t disgrace itself on YouTube. Movies look less than sharp on the screen but the music player is intuitive to use. There’s an FM radio on board too, but like Samsung's Galaxy Fit, you’ll need to supply your own headphones.