The Samsung Galaxy Pro really doesn't have much to show when it comes to features. If it was an entry level device, it would be a decent smartphone, but the Galaxy Pro is aiming to pull in BlackBerry users. BlackBerry users are mainly business users and it's a hard task to pull them away from these powerful smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Pro has to pull out all the stops, but just featuring Android 2.2 and a 3 megapixel camera is not going to be enough.
Speaking of the 3 megapixel camera, the quality on the camera is fairly sub par. The pictures are slightly blurry and they don't come out crisp and clear. It may be due to the lack of any flash, but even the Samsung Captivate, which is in the same situation, comes out more crisp and clear. The panorama picture mode is also a nice feature, but once again, the pictures come out blurry, making the panoramic picture more disappointing than anything.
Overall the features on the Samsung Galaxy Pro, like the user interface, are a disappointment. While other manufacturers have made their business oriented smartphones global, powerful and feature full, the Galaxy Pro seems to have lost sight of what business users want.