"Pretty impressed!!"3.5 starson by skarfy
Pros: The phone feels much smaller than it is, due to thinness and weight
Haven't noticed any latency at all yet
Rear texture is very nice
Cons: With screen protector, touch screen a little finnicky
Wish volume and power switch weren't on the same latitude
Summary: I'm really impressed. This is my first Android device; have iPad2, had iPhone 4, have blackberry bold. I was initially worried that this would be too big, but it is thin and wonderfully light. Goes into front pocket easily, (barely notice it in a rear pocket). The screen is great - rented some movies from media hub, and the definition blows me away. The only negative for me thus far is the touch screen is not 100% responsive, but I think it is due to the screen protector (so that may come off shortly). Love the textured back. Compared to my iPhone (and certainly my BB), there is no noticeable latency in switching between apps and screens.UPDATE;
Of course, it hasn't been 24 hours yet, so I'll update later.
Updated on May 26, 2011
Have had my Infuse 2 weeks now. I really like Android after my iPhone...definitely a better experience for me.
I have had instances where the Infuse hangs - but I'm going to blame this on several apps open, as well as Google's Music beta...had to hard restart a few. There is one disappointing attribute that is happening though - I don't get as strong as signal as with my ATT blackberry, (infuse gets maybe 1-2 bars, and bb gets 4-5). Also, takes a good 5 minutes for Infuse to recognize corporate hotspot...I can watch the wifi scanning and it takes a long time to find it. Same as with other hotspots. Not good. I also have found the bluetooth conx to my car is not 100% (sometimes it connects, sometimes not). Again, compared to my ATT BB, there is no comparison. BB connects 100% of time to known hotspots, and bluetooth. The Infuse is showing some inconsistency here. Gonna keep my eye on it, but if it gets worse, could be a dealbreaker before the 30 days is up