Let’s face it. The Android universe is a little topsy-turvy. There’s a majority of Android phones running 1.6, 2.1 and 2.2, there’s Sense UI, MOTOBLUR, and TouchWiz 3.0 covering up the default experience, and now Verizon removing the Google search option in the Samsung Fascinate. Not to go off to a negative start, but that’s the way things are right now in Android. And yet, the most successful Android phones, in fact use these UI layers, which comes to show: there are plenty of great sugar-frosted Android devices out there.
The Samsung Fascinate, a Galaxy S phone, might be one of them.