Excerpt: Love the screen, love the size, but I HATE the fact I have to make this SMART phone DUMB so I can have it last atleast the time I am at work. Ihave tried to kill as many apps as I can can, finally had to disable push email, so its pretty much a large feature phne.
Pros: nice looking phone, most things are great
Cons: BATTERY, the worst. Each day I try to tweak it and still use it as a smart phone just frustrates me to the point I feel like smashing it on the ground, Samsung I love your electronics, but you need to improve the battery life on your android phones, if you want a beautiful phone this is it, if you want a smart phone that will last all day with using the features that makes this a smart phone, look elsewhere
Excerpt: I got one for me and one for my wife. We were spoiled by our Windows phones with their Voice Command and high level of app integration, but didn't know it. The Galaxy S II Skyrocket feels great in the hand and the screen is bright. The 1.5 GHz dual core CPU and 1GB or RAM make performance very snappy, lag-free. It finds our Wi-Fi network right away and switches to it as soon as it does, so there's no need to fool with any settings once the network is setup.
Excerpt: Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket Pro's: Bigger Screen LTE capacity Very Customisable Easy Sync with the PC Dual-core Processor 2MP front camera 13.1 GB internal storage Intuitive system Con's: The price Squezze you have to babycare it Battery life its not enought if you won't deactivate all useless thing's LTE only avaialble on certain areas If you get a call during LTE the call makes the device to drop to 3G and not 4G & when you hung the call the device does not comes back...
Summary: Es un exelente teléfono cumple todo lo que dicen que hace incluso la bateria es bastante buena pero si tiene un gran problema.. este telefono consume exageradamente datos de internet sin ni siquiera tener algun programa abierto y obviamente esto hace que la bateria dure menos. Imaginense que en 12 dias se me me acabo 1000mb que es mi plan de datos para un mes cuando con mi anterior telefono (nokia n8) me sobraba mas de la mitad de mi plan de datos.
Excerpt: Ok as far as the overall phone goes i absolutely love it. But there are some problems you need to know before getting one. 1)The LoS issues -from what ive seen the radio has problems switching back and forth from 3g-4g -sprint reps have said that leaving the 4g off(just turning it on for downloads/streaming) seems to fix the issues and i would have to agree 2)Touch screen issues while plugged into the wall -some chargers seem to be causing an issue where the touchscreen...
Summary: One of the thinnest smartphones on the market. Very nice screen, decent camera for a phone. I get over two days of usage out of a charge, which is pretty good for a smartphone, but I don't use cellular data, only wifi data and cellular voice / texts, and I also rooted it and slimmed down the software running on it.
Summary: There seems to be two versions available through Amazon, one being an "unlocked version" and this one, which is labeled the "unlocked international version." The listing itself doesn't distinguish the two much, if at all. I ordered the international version and this is what I got: -Model Number GT-I9100 -4.3" screen (some U.S. versions have 4.5") -Running Gingerbread 2.3.3 (the latest I as of writing is 2.3.6 on my Nexus S) -No NFC -Connects to U.S.
Summary: Nice large size makes this phone easy to use. Very sturdy and can get all the aps I want. The shape and size are different than the Verizon model I previously had, but everything else is basically the same.
Samsung Galaxy S 2 II i777 AT&T - Unlocked - No Contract - ONE YEAR US...
14 November 2011
Summary: I have had the phone for a couple weeks now. It has been working very well. For being tech thats a couple years old, the price outways the newer tech in my opinion. Graphics are great, and the speed of the phone is great also. The only issue I have is the Battery consumption which is why I deducted one star. Other than that I am very pleased with the phone...