Excerpt: Was graduating from a Palm Pixi. Had used an Android at work and wasn't thrilled by it. Didn't want to join the iPhone universe and had been thinking about a Windows phone but Sprint don't seem to be supporting Windows at all (as of summer 2012).
Excerpt: Best mobile I have ever owned. Never looked back after taking the drive from my iPhone. GS3 is out now and looking like another winner. But really it's the Android Platform thats the winner. Android platform with Goolge's backing is always going to win in the end.
Summary: I bought this phone as a gift for my friend who lives overseas. The phone arrived promptly and it was in a mint condition. I couldn't figure out how to charge it (connecting the charger just wouldn't do anything) and thus turn it on.
Summary: I JUST GOT THIS PHONE LAST WEEK. IT IS A REALLY COOL PHONE. MY LAST 3 PHONES WERE BLACKBERRY WHICH I LOVE SO MUCH! BUT I WAS LOCKED IN A PLAN OH MY BFF'S CONTRACT AND MY HOURS GOT CUT SO I COULD'NT AFFORD IT. I WANTED AN UNLOCKED PHONE SO I COULD GO TO A CHEAPER CARRIER WITHOUT A CONTRACT.
Summary: My wife wanted a smart phone for the great camera and better text messaging options, and we looked at dozens of phones before we selected the Galaxy S II. What we didn't realize, however, was that Samsung made this with two different processors.
Summary: Would strongly recommend this phone for anyone seeking a phone that allows for user management and which promotes open standards in technology.
Pros: Unlocked. Can use any sim card you wish. No contract needed. Incredible phone for someone who wants more freedom better user tweakability than the iPhone provides. Fast. Tons of free apps in the Android market. Well built. User accessible batteries and tons of battery choices from vendor other th...
Cons: Has no 4g capabilities, but I generally don't use 4g even in my phones that have it primarily because it is a drain on the batteries to leave it on. Although for watching videos it can be useful, but then you exceed data plans limits very rapidly. Would have preferred a slightly bigger screen. It...
Great Phone, but not sure Android is right for me.
Brad P., Amazon
21 May 2012
Summary: As a long time Apple user (Computer, iPod, iPad and iPhone), I was curious what Android was all about. I was tired of how Apple locks the iPhone down and made it hard to customize the phone to your liking. I was intrigued by the openness of Android.