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.
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.
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.
Summary: 2010 was an amazing year for Samsung, mainly due to the release of the Galaxy S. At the 2011 Mobile World Congress the next in the series was unveiled to the world, the Galaxy S 2. Does this smartphone have what it takes to be the successor to the throne?
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),...
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.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S II is by far the most hyped device so far this year. I mean who wouldn’t get hyped up over a 4.3″ Super AMOLED + display, 1.2GHz Dual-Core CPU and Quadband 3G supporting every network in Australia at the proper HSPA+ speed of 21Mbit.
Pros: Insanely good 4.3″ Super AMOLED + display, Snappy 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, Incredibly thin at 8.49mm, Ability to shoot semi-legible, Quadband HSPA+ (21Mbit/7.56Mbit) – Works on
Cons: Kies syncing software for your PC, Fairly average loudspeaker, TouchWiz, even though it does the job, is too iPhone-ish, No notification LED!!1! *angry face*, No native micro-HDMI connection