Excerpt: I purchased the Samsung Galaxy S II to replace my Galaxy S I and I don't regret it. I love the large display touch screen and the vibrant colors that can be seen under the brightest of sunlight. I thought an extra 2 inches wouldn't make a huge difference, but it does. This phone is fast and has great signal strength. I can use this phone on the train without losing a signal.
The Samsung Galaxy S II is pretty good, but not perfect.
18 September 2011
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy S II (US Cellular) is a pretty good phone. The display is brilliant, speed and storage capacity is more than adequate, photos are crisp and clear, and the text-to-speech capabilities are dead on. Plus, I have the white phone and it looks very sharp. The biggest (and probably only) problem I've had with this phone is the GPS quality; it is extremely tempramental at best, even with GPS assistance apps.
Excerpt: This phone has fantastic everything - performance, camera, display, size, and durability. The only thing I don't like is that the battery life is very very limited. I can charge the phone and less than three hours later with minimum activity, its dead! That's very frustrating, considering the fact I use my phone for a lot of aspects in my life. The storage capacity is great, however. On the other hand, this phone also has a problem with signal.
A great phone that delivers all you could want in a smartphone
18 September 2011
Excerpt: I like the Samsung Galaxy SII because of the available features. It is large enough to produce a vibrant image on the screen. The apps are abundant and easily available to download. Overall a great phone from Samsung.
Excerpt: This phone was a great phone with a host of bad issues all caused by Sprint. The screen size on this phone was incredible when it first came out. The display is beautiful even when compared to the newer phones. The battery drain from this phone is insane. I seriously had to buy an extra battery and carry it around with me just for an 8 hour shift. I don't know why but it just drains battery like there's no tomorrow.
Excerpt: i feel like i can finally review this after having it for over 18 months. this was my first official smartphone, and since it was the best one offered through my carrier at the time, i was very happy with it. the app store is very easy to use, and there are many free apps for androids (vs apple, at least thats what i think).
Excerpt: Phone was great until it broke, it died without warning. Returned to Samsung for warranty repair. Battery life is similar to other android phones Great high quality display. Call quality is ok easy to use. Poor, died without warning.
Excerpt: Well first I have to say I have Sprint - and in my area it has been a nightmare with service. If you use another service carrier, I guarantee you LOVE this phone. It really holds a charge for the whole work day, even when using all the data and email money can buy. I don't play long games that take up a lot of space, but do almost every feature the phone can do. Screen quality is fabulous. The phone is big, but the display is fantastic and large.
Excerpt: I never wanted a smartphone, was happy with my easy texting samsung intensity 11 and never was interested in having the internet on a phone, but I love this phone, love the picture capabilities and quality and its pretty easy to use, and it has a huge screen, definietly would recommend..the internet and 4G is great on here. the last phone I had I had to constantly charge, and this battery lasts a long time.
Excerpt: Great phone to keep a busy mom on track. This phone is super easy to use and I love the apps available. I'm an avid google user so this phone is super compatible. I appreciate the great kid apps also. I do however wish the case weren't so slippery as I have dropped on more than one occasion. Thankfully so far it's survived each fall. The camera is just ok. It isn't quick enough to catch a moving toddler so I get a lot of blurry shots.