Excerpt: The Galaxy S II has been one of those handsets that the mobile community has been craving for. Sure we have the iPhone 4 , but S II was, as far as I was concerned, to be the next best thing or the alternative for those with lower budgets.
Excerpt: "If a phone's worth doing properly, it's worth doing in white" is probably as valid a start to this hands-on article as "anything Apple can do Samsung can do too", but we'll leave the EU patent lawyers to work out that one.
Excerpt: So, it turns out that there was no misprint on the press release. Samsung Galaxy S II LTE is, in fact, both bigger and better than the plain old Samsung Galaxy S II. Placing our trusty, old, first flush SII next to the newcomer at IFA 2011 , it all became perfectly clear.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy SII brings some very big guns to the dual-core wars. Read our review to see why this phone is so highly regarded. We recently looked at Motorola’s Atrix smartphone and said that we were interested in seeing how the other soon-to-arrive dual-core offerings would stack up.
Summary: When Samsung Galaxy S II was demoed at MWC in February, we couldn't believe what we were seeing. An Android phone running Gingerbread, 8.5mm thick, Super AMOLED Plus screen, running a dual-core processor? Is this real life? Fast forward half a year, and we have this phone in our hands.
Summary: I had heard a lot about the sales and speedy performance of the Samsung Galaxy S 2 from various reviews and friends who had already bought the device and I was very excited when it finally came to me for review, and I was certainly not disappointed, the device was extremely lightweight and blazing...
Summary: Now that all of the major and minor carriers have announced their pricing for the Galaxy S II superphone, we thought we’d do what you guys seem to enjoy – or at least enjoy arguing over – and that’s to do a brief comparison of what each carrier will offer you at a certain price.
Samsung Galaxy S II: A Draft Of Your Next Android Phone
5 July 2011
Excerpt: At this point, Android phones are officially being created faster than human babies. Samsung’s Galaxy phones have been the blueprint for the last year, literally . The Galaxy S II is the new blueprint – and it’s a very nice one. Discuss
Excerpt: Samsung’s Galaxy S II has remained faithful to the original, but despite the improvements under the hood, can such a simple design still ignite the same level of passion? From zero to four in a matter of months, there are already some very tough choices to be made when choosing which one of the new...