Samsung Infuse 4G has a large 4.5-inch touchscreen and claims to be "the nations thinnest smartphone." It features an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash and 1.3 megapixel front- facing camera. It ships with Android 2.2 (Froyo) and is powered by a 1.2 GHz high speed processor.
"The Infuse 4G is another solid offering from Samsung that we think those of you with wide pockets and big hands are going to fall in love with. It doesn't quite reach the blistering processor speeds of the Atrix, doesn't have a fancy composite back, and is completely bereft of laptop pretenses. It does, however, have a stunning screen that's big and the kind of battery life that could finally put your charge anxiety to rest. Maybe, just maybe, you could leave that second battery at home.
"No, it’s not the 4G phone you’ve been waiting for, but it’s still a solid device. I’m shocked that AT&T can get away with calling this a 4G phone, however, because I have yet to see data speeds that push the boundaries of its network. But if AT&T making good on its '4G' claims and delivering solid data speeds isn’t a necessity for you, the Infuse 4G is worthy of your attention. The screen is incredible, I like the thin form factor, and the solid battery life was definitely appreciated."
"The Samsung Infuse 4G has quickly become the best AT&T has to offer. We were a little dubious when it was first announced, thanks to that 4.5-inch screen size. But in practicality, the thinness of the phone more than makes up for it being a bit oversized. You really do have to try it to believe it. And, oh, that camera. That sweet, sweet camera. The only real niggle we have with the Infuse doesn't actually have that much to do with the phone. AT&T hopefully will get its 4G strategy figured out, and it might even do so with actual data speed, and not marketing jargon. We can only hope."
"The Samsung Infuse 4G disappoints in some areas, but it's still a very good Android smartphone for AT&T customers as long as you're OK with the larger design.: