Samsung Galaxy S II Review: Modern And Powerful, But Will Samsung Keep It That Way?
5 August 2011
Summary: Samsung clearly aimed high with the Galaxy S II. In fact, you could say they aimed for the sta- no, I hate puns. The phone's performance was stell- ah, damn it. Whether you like puns or not, the Galaxy S II is a device that has exceedingly high performance in just about every field, and is quite...
Windows Phone 7 running on the Galaxy S2 – now that will definitely increase its popularity
5 August 2011
Conclusion: Samsung is definitely on the right track with this smartphone, and not only will they benefit from an increased number of sales, but they’ll also bring new users and developers to Windows Phone 7 thanks to the amazing hardware they offer – it’s really a win-win situation, but fans will have to wait...
Excerpt: For almost a month now, I’ve been using an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II. Despite owning an iPhone 4 for almost a year now, what prompted me to get the SGS II are some of the reviews I read heralding the said smartphone as one of the best if not the best Android smartphone released
Excerpt: Should I wait for the next iPhone 5 due to be out some time in the next few months, or should I just go out and buy an iPhone 4 now, a friend of mine asked, like many other iPhone users who have never considered anything other than Apple.
Summary: The Samsung GALAXY S II returns as the Korean chaebol’s high-end flagship smartphone, replacing a predecessor that’s slightly over a year old . The latter first garnered attention for its patented Super AMOLED screen, which has now been replaced by a Super AMOLED Plus screen on the new GALAXY S II.
Find out why the Samsung Galaxy S2 is the best Android on the market – review
11 July 2011
Conclusion: All in all, this device is simply wonderful, as it is the fastest thing you can get. It is lag free regardless of whether you are browsing websites or scrolling through the smartphone’s menu.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S II has easily been one of the most anticipated and talked about Android devices of all time. When it was first introduced back at MWC earlier this year, we all started counting the days to its U.S. arrival after seeing the specs that Sammie was claiming to have included.
Summary: International travelers looking for a powerful unlocked smartphone will find much to like in the $799 Samsung Galaxy S II. Outfitted with a fire-breathing 1-GHz dual-core Samsung CPU and an outstanding camera that shoots full 1080p video, this slim wonder phone is sure to please.