Summary: This phone has stood up to the challenges of, at times being my primary interface to the web. It has been dropped..ouch..and survived. It is getting about time to replace the phone. I will miss it.
Summary: Yes in today's world, phones get outdated fast but I've held on to my Galaxy S2 for almost 2 years now and it still works as good as the day I bought it! It's been dropped many times and I'm a power user of the device yet the there are only a couple small scratches and the battery still holds it's full power.... now how is that for durability!!!
Summary: Although this product is now long outdated (let's face it) I've had my phone for more than two years now (bought it on release day). I had a few trials and errors with other smartphones in the past until I finally got my hand on this little baby.
Summary: I really like the phone. The only problems I'm having are the menu clicking and flickering on and off when I'm not touching it I hope someone can come up with a solution for this, that why I say its haunted, and the battery life isn't all that great. Aside from that I love it. I just need some kind of help with the getting rid of the ghost pushing the menu button.
Summary: I really liked this phone for the first two months I owned it, but after that the phone would stop reading the sim card at random times. I have two of these phones and both are suffering from the problem. I updated it to 4.1.2 (which is a great version of android) and now my phone is very laggy.