Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy S II is better than any other Android smartphone to have hit the market so far. It has everything you could want and will need and each of those functions it more or less excels at.
Conclusion: There’s a lot that needn’t be wrong with the Samsung Galaxy S II that appears to be once you pick it up. While the aesthetics and ergonomics are just something that you’ll have to live with the pay off is the knowledge that you’ve got something of supreme power cradled in your palms.
Pros: Hits just about every point on the spec sheet
Excerpt: We put Samsung’s latest dual-core Android smartphone through its paces by benchmarking it with Quadrant. As you can see, the phone comes out on top of Quadrant’s built-in list with a score of 1498, but is still some way behind the LG Optimus 2X that scored an amazing 2391!
Excerpt: Samsung demonstrate some of the new features of the Samsung Galaxy S II user experience with TouchWiz V4, plus a look at the opportunities of NFC in the handset. Samsung has quite openly taken aspects of HTC’s Sense UI and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 design to create an update to TouchWiz 4 with new...
Summary: Une vidéo traine sur le Net Un crash test d’un Samsung Galaxy S II et d’un iPhone 4S à hauteur d’homme… Bon, je sais pas si la vidéo peut vraiment faire office de référence… Mais elle a le mérite d’exister !