Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE / Skyrocket / I727 / E110s / i9210
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13 May 2012
Conclusion: The Motorola Atrix 2 has managed to fly under the radar in most Android circles. In a time when new phones are announced weekly, a second generation Motorola handset will not always command a high level of attention. Specs wise, the Atrix 2 is a 1 GHz dual-core smartphone with an 8-megapixel camera, 8GB of RAM, Android 2.3 and Webtop capable like its predecessor. The more powerful processor, better display and confirmed Android 4.0 update favor the S II Skyrocket.
Summary: With its beautiful display, excellent camera, and super-fast 4G LTE speeds, the Skyrocket is a fantastic Android phone and our top pick for AT&T customers. While its large size may give those with small hands pause, we love its slim profile.
Pros: Bright Super AMOLED display, Impressive camera performance, Slim design, Very fast LTE data speeds
Cons: Lower screen resolution than other LTE phones, Design might be too large for some,
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy S2 has been making the headlines for the last several months. AT&T’s latest variant, the Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, is now available, and is one of AT&T’s first 4G LTE capable phones.
Conclusion: Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket is the best smartphone I have ever owned and tested. Plenty fast and responsive, excellent camera for both photos and videos, especially indoor, good sound and screen quality and above all, extremely thin and light considering the display size. The contrast is amazing but the colors are a bit over-saturated compared with the LCD technology.
Pros: good battery life, gorgeous 4.5 Super AMOLED Plus display, excellent camera with settings for ISO, white balance, ISO, metering, exposure, focus and multiple shooting modes, thin and very light, less so than iPhone 4 and MUCH lighter than HTC Vivid
Cons: I would like to see a larger resolution display, colors a bit saturated, although some would see it as an advantage, lack of HDR photo mode
Conclusion: We’d wager that there are plenty of AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II owners out there that caused a scene when the Skyrocket was officially announced – well, that’s because they’re probably upset at themselves for not waiting longer. Actually, we beg to disagree because the $50 difference separating the two Galaxy S II models is warranted, so unless you’re in an area that has AT&T’s 4G LTE coverage, then the Skyrocket is the no-brainer choice between the two.
Pros: 4G LTE support, Fast HSPA+ speeds, Responsive platform experience
Cons: Below average battery, Screen scratches easily, Bland looking design
Excerpt: Samsung and AT&T recently launched the network’s first 4G LTE smartphone– the Galaxy S II Skyrocket. It’s available in stores for $249.99 and on Amazon for just $189.99. We’ll check out all of the coolest and dullest features of the Galaxy S II Skyrocket below in our full BriefMobile review.
Summary: Vodafone bietet Kunden, die im schnellen LTE -Standard mit bis zu 50 Megabit pro Sekunde (MBit/s) im Download surfen möchten, das Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE an. Tariftipp.de hat das LTE-Smartphone in Düsseldorf getestet, wo Vodafone sein LTE-Netz schon flächendeckend ausgebaut hat.