Summary: With a slim design of only 8.49 mm is the thinnest smartphone in the world. Moreover, considering the Galaxy S ll only 116 grams. Bright, sharp 4.3 “AMOLED Super Plus screen. Consumes 18% less battery than a Super AMOLED screen.Excellent visibility in direct sunlight. No more greasy fingers and a perfect grip with the battery cover with anti-slip profile. The Samsung S Galaxy II has a 1 GHz dual core processor that provides unprecedented speed.
If Star Trek could redesign the 'communicator', this phone would be it.
7 June 2013
Summary: Since this is the best phone available through Boost Mobile, it was only a question of where I was going to find the best price. This phone is by far the best bang for my buck. The battery life is outstanding for a smartphone, and the Android 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich OS is far superior to it's predecessor (Gingerbread)and the performance of it's processor is more than adequate.
Summary: i first had the Kyocera rise as my introduction to smart phones and I always wanted a galaxy but I didn't think it was as simple as my plain Kyocera. well I finally decided to switch and I'm glad I did because this is a great phone and simple to use with lots of great and beneficial features. the only one thing I do not like about this phone is the battery life, which I kind of my fault because I been downloading so many great apps. the screen is nice, clear, and big.
Summary: This is my first cell phone and probably more of a phone than I need. I hesitated buying this phone because other reviewers talked about dropped calls. I haven't had any dropped calls. Other problems I had in the beginning were corrected by properly setting up the phone. I recharge the phone once a day, with at least a 65% charge remaining. I rarely text and am amazed at how others can type a text msg so quickly. Setting up all my contacts was a breeze.
Summary: This phone is the best on the market right now. The picture and video quality is straight sick. I can't name any other cell phone with the camera quality of this one. The battery life is a major upgrade from the original Samsung Epic. The screen is mega large which gives you superior video viewing. It's really easy to use and has tons of apps to download from the Android Market.
Summary: Still a good smartphone. The battery life isn't great, and the four buttons could be more sensitive. Other than that, a great buy. Keep in mind that this is NOT the same phone used on the AT&T and T-Mobile networks!