Conclusion: In the End The Samsung Galaxy S II is by far the best Android smartphone released to date. There is simply no comparison. Although the 4.3-inch screen size will not suite everyone, we will, without a doubt recommend this device to any person in the market for a high-end Android smartphone.
Conclusion: Below are the specifications of the reviewed unit (given to me by being a member of the Samsung Mob!lers group). And here are a few pictures. In the front you’ve got the front camera, proximity and light sensors, and the speaker along the top, and the home button (and menu and back buttons) along the bottom. On the back is the rear camera with LED on the top and the main speaker on the bottom right.
Excerpt: Having owned over half a dozen Android smartphones in the past year, I thought I’ve seem them all. The Samsung Galaxy S II (S2 i9100) brings it up a notch — a powerful and sexy Android superphone that comes with all the bells and whistles.
Samsung Galaxy S II review: A dose of style and performance
14 April 2011
Conclusion: Describing the Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II in a few words isn't easy, just beacause it has so many great features that are worthy to be mentioned. Altogether, it certainly is a beast of a droid with a one-of-a-kind screen, making it very easy to be recommended. In fact, it doesn't even need that since it already has a great reputation and that is determinind people to buy the S II faster than the company can manufacture it, despite its pretty big price tag.
Samsung Galaxy S II vs LG Optimus 2X: Head to head
8 April 2011
Conclusion: We’ll this is it. Our comparison of the Samsung Galaxy S II and the LG Optimus 2X is over. We had a lot of fun with both, and we’re actually sad to finally get to the end. That exciting feeling of the unknown before every test, the anticipation of the results – we gadget geeks live for that stuff. We have to say that each contender had its handicaps.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S2 crams a gorgeous display, lightning-fast processor and powerful camera into one of the slimmest, lightest smart phones we've ever had the pleasure to hold. The Android operating system could be more user-friendly, but it's never felt faster.
Cons: Filled with app bloatware; menus are confused in places; not as user-friendly as HTC and iPhone rivals.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S II is a worthy heir of the best-selling smartphone with the Android OS, and it will surely have similar market success due to its impressive features, excellent display, modern and elegant performance, advanced and up-to-date user interface with an abundance of functions.
There's no question this is going to be Samsung's best smartphone, and it will surely satisfy the needs of even the most demanding of users.
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Pros: Very good display, Elegant design, TouchWiz 4.0 user interface, High-quality full HD video recordings, Great performance
Cons: No dedicated key for turning the camera on, Poor photo quality in low lighting
Excerpt: Lets start with the results of review. Samsung Galaxy S II was really good during tests! Today a site from Russia published a review of the new Android smartphone from Samsung. They offers us many photos, screenshots and camera samples. They also atached a video review of Galaxy S II. We have become familiar with the new Galaxy II since the MVC where we were impressed by the phone's design and its performance and features.