Summary: Not everyone may like rumors, but when it’s a rumor about the Samsung Galaxy S3, we’re all ears. Samsung’s newest flagship has clocked in more than 10 million pre-ordered units, so it’s natural that everyone wants to know what this hype is about.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S2 faces stiff competition not just with fellow Android smartphones such as the Motorola DROID Bionic but also with Apple’s recently launched iPhone 4S. The Samsung blockbuster Android smartphone remains an uncontested best-seller worldwide – with one being sold every second at...
Excerpt: After months of waiting, Samsung’s top-tier Android super phone is now available stateside, on Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile. The phone will apparently ship in slightly different variations to each network. At their core, all U.S.
Summary: The S II was a technological marvel when it first came out. That's closing in on a year ago now, but the phone is still one of the top phones out there. With a chipset that puts most phones – and tablets – to shame, enough RAM and ROM to not cause any of the typical low-end Android phone issues, a...
Conclusion: Like every other Android device on the market, you have to manage data and power consumption. There are a number of widgets and apps available in the Android Market to help you do that. But even at that, I found myself charging this beauty an average of 3-4 times a day.
Excerpt: Samsung promises that the Galaxy S II is thinner, lighter, and faster than the Galaxy S. They were able to make that correct with the Galaxy S II. The Galaxy S III runs Android 2.3 with TouchWiz. This phone is similar to the Galaxy S but much more powerful. Read on for all of the juicy details.
Conclusion: Our main complaint about the S2 is the build. It’s doesn’t feel premium. Other than that, this device is indeed worthy of being Samsung's flagship device. Combining top-notch connectivity with one of the best screens available on a smartphone, and backed by a powerful dual-core processor and 1 GB of...
Pros: Glorious screen, thin body, great performance, Good battery performance, Fast Exynos processor coupled with a good Mali-400 GPU, HDMI out via MHL, Good camera/video mode
Excerpt: When Samsung introduced its trio of Galaxy S II phones this fall, its initial offering for AT&T was a little weak. It "only" had a 4.3-inch screen, while its Sprint and T-Mobile siblings had a 4.5-inch display.
Summary: So yes, the upgrade from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich is one of the major pros brought by Google’s Android 4.0. If it weren’t for it, we wouldn’t have had the opportunity to have so many fun experiences. Samsung’s Galaxy S2 is among the first smartphones to offer the ICS update.