Summary: Dual-core power, beautiful screen - the Galaxy S II is the kind of sequel we like
Pros: Super-fast reaction times, Slim design, Ridiculously clear screen, Clear call quality, 1080p video recording, *Clears throat* We liked nigh-on EVERYTHING on the Samsung Galaxy S2. It's rare we get to evangelise a handset so much – in fact we haven't managed to do so since we opened the box on the...
Cons: Flimsy back cover, Poor keyboard layout, Samsung Apps portal, There's not much we didn't like if we're honest, which is testament to the constant evolution of Samsung's phones. The keyboard is a little ropey, and the unlocking mechanism (swiping the screen to move it out of the way) looked a litt...
Summary: • Promising features of these phones are enlisted below: • Provided with Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass sensors • User can enjoy MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player player as well as MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player player • Organizer and Image/video editor are available on these phones • You...
Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich review
23 April 2012
Excerpt: Seemingly years in the coming, the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy S II has arrived for just about everyone. You can check here to see if it’s possible for you yet. The big question, of course, is what should the upgrade to Android 4 actually do for your smartphone?
Samsung Galaxy S II 4G review: 4G flies, but there are better phones on the horizon
Good Gear Guide.au
5 February 2012
Summary: If you desperately need or want 4G connectivity on your phone and live or work in an area that's effectively serviced by Telstra's 4G network, the Galaxy S II 4G's fast data speeds will certainly impress you.
Pros: Fast 4G speeds, 4.5in display, Slick performance
Cons: Limited 4G coverage, Screen resolution outdated, Thicker, heavier than 3G model
Samsung Galaxy S II review: The Samsung Galaxy S II has a superb display and excellent all-round performance
Good Gear Guide.au
3 February 2012
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S II is without doubt the best Android phone on the market, and may also be the best smartphone on the market, period. The Galaxy S II combines one of the biggest and best screens on the market, with blazing performance, functional, stable software and decent battery life.
Pros: Excellent performance and brilliant display, Ultra-thin and light design, Great multimedia features
Cons: Text hard to read when zoomed out in browser, Plastic battery cover and no camera button, Volume on earpiece could be louder