Summary: Love the phone itself, previously owned a Samsung Galaxy S II cannot find a case that fits the Skyrocket model. Owned a case and have bought 2 others since the purchase of the phone and none of them fit the Skyrocket they are too big.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S II I727, marketed as the Skyrocket 4G, was supposed to be AT&T's flagship for its Long Term Evolution (LTE) network when it debuted in late 2011, and for the most part, the device lives up to its billing.
Summary: This cell phone looks nice, it's very light, good screen size for videos, pictures, etc. Set-up was very easy and migrating all all contacts from previous cell phone was a breeze. camera app included is really bad..
Summary: The phone was in decent condition when it arrived. However, it started malfunctioning within a few weeks of receiving it. When I inquired on returning the phone for a refund, I was pleasantly surprised by the ease of the return and prompt refund.
Summary: This response speed of this phone is acceptable, not steller. One pesky problem: It sometimes freezes unexpectedly without any button response, followed by a self reboot after about half of a minute.