Excerpt: Aaron does an early video review of the Samsung Galaxy S 2 , the newest member of the Galaxy series of Android smartphones. Announced at the "Samsung Unpacked" event, the phone is powered by a 1 GHz dual-core processor and offers a 4.27-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 8-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video calling, and is in a package that's just over 4 ounces.
Excerpt: This is a TekGoblin DoubleTake Review of the Samsung Epic 4G from Samsung and Sprint. A DoubleTake Review consists of two reviews from two separate people with different levels of technical knowledge so its gives you the reader a better perspective before purchasing the phone in question. First review by : Michael Lubert First Impressions The Epic is big and beautiful. Using my iPod as a yardstick, the Epic is longer, thicker, and has a bigger screen.
Excerpt: The original Galaxy S was a fairly impressive device, but this latest reboot takes things to another level, with a dual core processor, AMOLED screen, 8-megapixel camera, over-the-air data syncing and much more, all squeezed into a shockingly slim case. At 125x66x8.5mm this is just about the thinnest high-end smartphone we've ever come across -- and it feels good.
Summary: The basics The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the latest smartphones on the market, running Android and boasting a stunningly thin design. It's packed with features and offers a fantastic screen. It's also the best smartphone on the market. The good The Samsung Galaxy S2 features one of the best screens available on a smartphone. At 4.2 inches, it's large enough to consume media content with ease, and it's also pin-sharp.
Pros: The Samsung Galaxy S2 features one of the best screens available on a smartphone. At 4.2 inches, it's large enough to consume media content with ease, and it's also pin-sharp. Samsung has used AMOLED technology to produce stunning colour reproduction, with vivid hues and deep blacks on offer. The Galaxy S2 is also the fastest smartphone we've had the pleasure of using, with the Gingerbread version of Android being powered by a 1.2GHz processor. Despite the performance...
Cons: There's very little to dislike about the Samsung Galaxy S II. The huge screen and skinny casing can make it slightly awkward to hold, and the Android OS gets some slightly useless additions from Samsung, but both of these points are minor niggles.
Summary: The new Samsung Galaxy S II is an amazing handset from the hands of the Taiwanese manufacturer Samsung. This is the updated model of the earlier launched Galaxy S and among the fabulously designed smartphones by Samsung under the Galaxy line. The device includes numerous exciting as well as most advanced features, which makes it highly irresistible other than its gorgeous looks.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy S2 is the successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S, the first dual core phone that runs on Android Gingerbread. The Galaxy S2 weighs just 116gms with near perfect proportioned rounded edges. It has 4.3 inch display and at 125.3x 66.1x 8.5mm it is one of the slimmest phones available in the market today.
Summary: Galaxy S2’s imaging capabilities with 8-megapixel camera are simply remarkable. The picture quality comes with every possible detail. Its colors are refined and their tone is adjustable. It continues to add excitement through its different modes and effects. Through this camera one can also shoot 1080p video at 30fps and the result is just what is expected from a competent and loaded smartphone - remarkable!
Excerpt: Samsung continues to go from strength to strength with its first dual-core phone - the Android 2.3.3-equipped successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S. Its impressive specification includes a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 Super AMOLED plus display, 8-megapixel camera, a dual core 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB of internal storage, microSD-support and Samsung’s updated TouchWiz 4.0 UI.