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GT-I9100-8GB
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Long product name Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB Single SIM Black :
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Galaxy S II (16GB) - 4.27" WVGA (480 x 800) Super AMOLED Plus, XMM6260 + 1.2GHz Dual core, 8.0MP, 1080p, Wi-Fi 802.11 (a/b/g/n), USB 2.0, Bluetooth v3.0 + 8GB microSD
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Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB Single SIM Black:
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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, today announced the Samsung Galaxy S II (Model: GT-I9100), a thin (8.49mm), lightweight (116g), dual-core smartphone that combines an incredible viewing experience with fantastic performance. Running on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), the Galaxy S II integrates Samsung’s four content and entertainment hubs, for instant access to music, games, books, magazines and social networking services.

Simon Stanford, Managing Director, Mobile, Samsung UK and Ireland said: "Following the huge success of our first Galaxy S handset last year, which sold in excess of 10 million units, we’re aiming for its successor to become the ultimate smartphone. Featuring the fastest dual-core hardware, running on the quickest Android OS, with the most advanced screen on the market, we’re providing our customers with a handset that will be unmatched in terms of both its hardware and content, thanks to our innovative content hubs.”

Andy Rubin, Vice President of Engineering at Google, said: "We're pleased to see Samsung bring another Android-powered device to market to help grow the Android ecosystem."

Featuring a dual-core processor, the Samsung Galaxy S II allows people to easily switch between applications and load popular web pages including Google, Yahoo and YouTube instantly, whilst superior 3D hardware means games and videos can be loaded quickly and smoothly. Super-fast HSPA + (21Mbps) connectivity and WiFi means increased download speeds on the device whilst BlueTooth 3.0 + HS considerably reduces data transfer times, the result being that people have immediate access to the content, people and services that are important to them. For anyone wanting to create their own content, the Galaxy S II features an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording and playback, and Samsung’s patented AllShare technology lets them capture, create and then share their experiences.

The Samsung Galaxy S II features Samsung’s new crystal-clear 4.27” Super AMOLED Plus screen which uses RealStripe technology so images look sharper and more detailed than before, making it an ideal mobile device for enjoying films and games. And, a significant reduction in power consumption means the device is more energy-efficient than other comparably-sized devices.

The Galaxy S II features Samsung Hubs which provide people with a huge range of entertainment content, advanced mobile games and the ability to manage their online social life.

- Social Hub Premium: People can talk to who they want, how they want, all from one place. From here, people can sync their phonebook with their social networks, Instant Messenger and email accounts, and access all of their messages (push e-mail, text, VM and SNS) and respond directly without having to log into individual applications.
- Readers Hub: Through strategic partnerships, Samsung’s Reader’s Hub provides over 2.2 million books and novels, 2000 global and local newspapers in 49 languages and 2300 popular magazines in 22 languages.
- Game Hub: Featuring a 3-axis gyroscopic sensor, the Samsung Galaxy S is the perfect device for gaming fans. They can try new games for free, download premium titles from partners including Gameloft, play with friends using other devices and chat in-game with Social Network Games (SNG).
- Music Hub: Access over 12 million tracks provided by 7digital, search for artists, get recommendations on new acts, and sample 30 or 60 second previews for free.

With the Samsung Galaxy S II, people can personalise their smartphone experience using the new Live Panel, a service that aggregates live web and application contents to a single customisable home-screen. Owners of the new handset can design the lay-out of their own Live Panel, whilst social networking feeds and applications can be embedded and accessed instantly through a magazine-like layout.

New voice services on the Galaxy S II convert SMS texts to audio, whilst a Customised Voice Translation application makes the device perfect for taking on holiday, as it translates voice or text to – and from – a range of languages: just speak a word or phrase into the handset and it will instantly translate it, with audio and text output.

In addition, Samsung’s new Kies Air lets people manage their smartphone contents from their PC via local WiFi connections. Download photos taken on the handset’s built-in camera, listen to music stored on the phone, check missed calls and send messages in the web browser on their PC. WiFi Direct also allows them to connect to wireless-enabled PCs and printers without the need for wireless access points.
Short summary description Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB Single SIM Black:
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Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB, 10.8 cm (4.27"), 480 x 800 pixels, 1.2 GHz, Android, 2.3, Black
Long summary description Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB Single SIM Black :

Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB. Display diagonal: 10.8 cm (4.27"), Display resolution: 480 x 800 pixels. Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: Android, Operating system version: 2.3. Battery capacity: 1650 mAh. Colour of product: Black. Weight: 116 g

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Display
Display diagonal *
Size of the display for this product, measured diagonally, usually in inches.
10.8 cm (4.27")
Display resolution *
The number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. It is usually quoted as width × height, with the units in pixels: for example, "1024 × 768" means the width is 1024 pixels and the height is 768 pixels. The higher the number of pixels, the sharper the image.
480 x 800 pixels
Touchscreen *
A screen of a laptop, smartphone, etc., that responds to touch so you can control the interface using your fingers.
Yes
External display
The LED/LCD display at the front of the device.
No
Processor
Processor frequency *
The speed that the microprocessor executes each instruction or each vibration of the clock. The CPU requires a fixed number of clock ticks, or cycles, to execute each instruction. The faster the clocks rate, the faster the CPU, or the faster it can execute instructions. Clock Speeds are usually determined in MHz, 1 MHz representing 1 million cycles per second, or in GHz, 1 GHz representing 1 thousand million cycles per second. The higher the CPU speed, the better a computer will perform.
1.2 GHz
Storage
Maximum memory card size
The maximum size of memory card that can be used with this device.
32 GB
Internal memory
The amount of memory, usually measured in bytes (e.g. MB, GB), which is installed in the system's hardware.
16384 MB
Camera
Auto focus *
Device focusing a camera or other piece of equipment automatically.
Yes
Built-in flash *
The product has an internal flash. A flash produces a brief very bright light, used for taking photographs in poor light.
Yes
Front camera *
Camera at the front of the product.
Yes
Digital zoom
Indicates the digital zoom capacity, the number of times that the picture is enlarged thanks to digital technology.
4x
Flash type
LED
Video capture resolution (max)
1920 x 1080 pixels
Built-in camera
The product has an integrated camera.
Yes
Networking
SIM card capability *
Single SIM
3G *
Third generation of mobile telecommunications technology, 3G finds application in wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV.
Yes
Wi-Fi *
Popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data or connect to the internet wirelessly using radio waves.
Yes
2G standards *
EDGE,GSM
3G standards *
HSDPA,HSUPA
Bluetooth *
Bluetooth is a low-power radio technology developed to replace the cables and wires currently used to link or connect electronic devices such as personal computers, printers, and a wide variety of handheld devices including mobile phones. Because it uses radio-wave connectivity, a Bluetooth-enabled device has a constant, established connection to whatever browser it uses. This saves the user the trouble of logging on to check for emails or news updates, for example.
Yes
Data network
Telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data.
3G
Bluetooth version
The type of bluetooth technology in the product e.g. Bluetooth Smart (v4.0).
3.0+HS
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is the first global standard for Internet services over mobile phone networks. It is capable of displaying "mini websites", which look simple when compared with normal websites but which already provide a variety of powerful services, including banking, ticket purchase, news updates and more.
Yes
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity
Number of USB 2.0 ports (connecting interfaces) in the device. USB 2.0 was released in April 2000 (now called "Hi-Speed"), adding higher maximum signaling rate of 480 Mbit/s (effective throughput up to 35 MB/s or 280 Mbit/s), USB 2.0 ports are usually black.
1
Headphone connectivity
How headphones connect to a device e.g. wirelessly or via a cable and connector.
3.5 mm
Messaging
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a new standard that is being defined for use in advanced wireless terminals. The service allows for non-real-time transmission of various kinds of multimedia contents like images, audio, video clips, etc.
Yes
Design
Form factor *
The shape or design of the product.
Bar
Colour of product *
The colour e.g. red, blue, green, black, white.
Black
Performance
Video call *
Simultaneous video and audio signals to enable people to talk to and see each other in real time.
Yes
Personal info management (PIM)
You can use your device to manage your information and your time.
Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Countdown timer, Notes, Stopwatch, To-do list
Navigation
Position location *
Yes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS) *
Assisted GPS, generally abbreviated as A-GPS, enhances the startup performance of a GPS satellite-based positioning system. It is used extensively with GPS-capable cellular phones as its development was accelerated by the U.S. FCC's 911 mandate making the location of a cell phone available to emergency call dispatchers.
Yes
GPS (satellite)
Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. The system provides critical capabilities to military, civil and commercial users around the world. It is maintained by the United States government and is freely accessible to anyone with a GPS receiver.
Yes
Multimedia
FM radio *
Frequency-modulated (FM) radio gives the clearest reception of any radio band. When used with a headset, it delivers stereo-like sound.
Yes
Call management
Conference call
Yes
Vibrating alert
Yes
Voice commands
Yes
Call timer
Yes
Software
Operating system installed *
Type of operating system on a device e.g. IOS on Apple devices, Android for mobile devices.
Android
Operating system version *
The version of the operating system used e.g. 4.1, 4.2 for Android.
2.3
Battery
Battery capacity *
A measure of the charge stored by the battery. Determined by the mass of active material contained in the battery.
1650 mAh
Talk time (2G)
The time a GSM (smartphone) with a fully-charged battery is expected to last under perfect conditions.
8.67 h
Standby time (2G)
The officially quoted longest time that a single battery charge will last when the smartphone is constantly connected to the GSM network but is not in active use.
610 h
Weight & dimensions
Weight *
Weight of the product without packaging (net weight). If possible, the net weight is given including standard accessories and supplies. Please note that sometimes the manufacturer leaves out the weight of accessories and/or supplies.
116 g
Width *
The measurement or extent of something from side to side.
66.1 mm
Depth *
The distance from the front to the back of something.
8.49 mm
Height *
The measurement of the product from head to foot or from base to top.
125.3 mm
Other features
Music player
Yes
Ringer type
The category of ringer which indicates when someone is phoning you.
Polyphonic
Java technology
Yes
Voice recording
Yes
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-31
Testseek has collected 573 expert reviews for Samsung Galaxy S II + 8GB Svart and the average expert rating is 89 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
89%
Source Review comments Score
whathifi.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Galaxy S has a formidable features list, especially suited to those who enjoy gathering their content from various sources, in various formats. On the audio side, file compatibility includes the likes of AAC+, MP3, OGG, WMA, and FLACs, while it's q...
Good Price, large screen, superb video playback, 'phones sound decent, expandable memory...
Bad Lacks an iTunes equivalent music and movie service...
100%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Samsung Galaxy S makes it into our phones of the year list - it's one of the most powerful smartphones we've seen, and the screen is stunning. Its design is not its strongest point, but it's good-looking enough, and the web browsing experience mor...
Good The Samsung Galaxy S has one of the most vibrant displays we've seen. The Super AMOLED display enhances every aspect of the phone.
Bad Gaining a GPS fix was not as quick as we had hoped.
100%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-05
It’s not often that a gadget comes into the Test Centre and blows away my expectations, but the Galaxy S2 did exactly that.I’d expected a standout phone, but the Galaxy S2 is so much more. I want to tie my hands together to stop myself writing superlat...
100%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is the phone the Korean firm deems a worthy successor to its best smartphone so far – with a 1.2GHz processor, super-slim chassis and feather-light innards, it's easy to see why.The Samsung Galaxy S was an award-winning smartphone...
Good Super-fast reaction times, Slim design, Ridiculously clear screen, Clear call quality, 1080p video recording...
Bad Flimsy back cover, Poor keyboard layout, Samsung Apps portal...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S2 is the phone the Korean firm deems a worthy successor to its best smartphone so far – with a 1.2GHz processor, super-slim chassis and feather-light innards, it's easy to see why.The Samsung Galaxy S was an award-winning smartphone...
100%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S 2 has the weight of expectation crushing down on its skinny 8.49mm deep frame – and with an iPhone 5 possibly still half a year away, that’s a lot for one handset to bear. So does this Android 2.3, dual-core handset live up to...
Good Gorgeous slice of Super AMOLED, stunningly fast...
Bad Succeeds in spite of Samsung's software hubs, not because of...
Bottom line Samsung has triumphed again with the Samsung Galaxy S 2, almost in spite of itself. Its software hubs are deathly dull compared to the movie service on the upcoming HTC Sensation, but they still don’t hamper an otherwise class act.From the internals to...
100%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-07
The Samsung Galaxy S 2 has a tough act to follow. The South Korean gadget giant has managed to sell more than 10 million original Galaxy S Android phones worldwide – can a thinner sequel with a dual-core CPU get people to shell out all over again? Let’...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S 2 is an astonishingly thin, astonishingly fast smartphone. There are very few reasons this shouldn’t be in your pocket...
100%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Galaxy S has plenty of connectivity options, with 3G+, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 for transferring files and photos to and from compatible devices. We didn't have any network reception issues with this phone. Calls were handled well and voices sounded...
Good Quality of the Super AMOLED screen: contrast, sensitivity, responsiveness, Generally responsive phone / Stable OS / Wellintegrated Samsung user interface, Decent battery life for a smartphone with so many functions, Web browsing / DivX compatibility, FM radio with RDS / Standard audio output / Android Market...
Bad Made entirely from plastic, Android's copy and paste issues, Some slight slowdowns while navigating through the phone's interface, Bugs and crashes frequent when downloading applications from Android Market, Quality of recorded sound (when filming videos) / Location and quality of speaker / Photo quality could be better...
Bottom line The Galaxy S will make a good all-in-one pocket companion, especially for multimedia (even if the photo mode could be better). This is mainly thanks to its high-quality 4-inch touchscreen with particularly impressive contrast! We found the TouchWiz use...
100%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Samsung has quite a range of smartphones in its portfolio. Some run its own operating system, Bada, some run Windows Phone - but by far the greatest number run Android. And, quite frankly, when Samsung can do what it has done with the Samsung Galaxy...
Good Stunning combination of topnotch features...
Bad Plasticky build; flimsy backplate.
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is the most exciting smartphone we've seen for a long time. Expensive, yes - but it sits right at the top of the specifications tree. If we had the cash to hand, we'd buy one in a jiffy...
100%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
MORE: click here to watch our video review of the Samsung Galaxy SIt’s impossible to avoid: most ‘smartphones’ are fighting a battle to imitate the undoubted market leader, the Apple iPhone series.The Samsung Galaxy S is a case in point, mimicking some...
Good Swype text entry works well; great screen; fast...
Bad Not as well built as the iPhone...
Bottom line An impressive phone, and good value too...
100%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
MORE: click here to watch our video review of the Samsung Galaxy SIt’s impossible to avoid: most ‘smartphones’ are fighting a battle to imitate the undoubted market leader, the Apple iPhone series...
Good Swype text entry works well; great screen; fast...
Bad Not as well built as the iPhone...
Bottom line An impressive phone, and good value too Good points Swype text entry works well; great screen; fast Bad points Not as well built as the iPhone...
100%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II follows the trend adopted by most high-end mobiles and merges contacts from your phonebook, e-mails, text messages and social networks into a single display. Like with the Motorola Atrix, you can also add shortcuts for your favo...
Good Dazzling screen but still very usable/Great camera, Generally respsonive with very smooth navigation, Fullyfeatured media player/Amazing mobile web experience, TouchWiz 4 interface adds a lot to Android 2.3, Thin, light and powerful / Kies Air app...
Bad Screen not very bright and doesn't reproduce colours accurately, MHL convertor for HDMI ports not included, Still entirely plastic, Yet another iPhone clone, TouchWiz not for everybody...
Bottom line The Galaxy S already had a lot going for it, but Samsung's second generation of the smartphone is very much a product of its time. The Galaxy S II is incredibly powerful but surprisingly thin and light at the same time. Our biggest disappointment was t...
100%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Bottom line Although it would benefit from a build quality that befits its premium price, that’s the only real complaint we can level at the Samsung Galaxy S II. This is by far the best Android smartphone we’ve seen and anyone currently eyeing up an iPhone 4 shoul...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2015-03-24
Samsung continues to go from strength to strength with its first dual-core phone - the Android 2.3.3-equipped successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S. Its impressive specification includes a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 Super AMOLED plus display, 8-megapixel came...
Bottom line Once the best Android handset to own, there are now much better smartphones available for around the same money as a second-hand example...
100%
crn.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
We recently looked at Motorola's Atrix smartphone and said that we were interested in seeing how the other soon-to-arrive dual-core offerings would stack up. Well we've now seen two of them and the results have been eye-opening.Copyright © PC Pro, Dennis...
100%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
There’s been such hype surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone since we first spied it earlier this year, we were worried we might have expected too much of it. The specifications were tantalising, our first hands-on was all-too brief;would it...
Bottom line A superlative smartphone from Samsung, with a fabulous screen, oodles of power and a cracking camera to match...
100%
artiss.co.uk
Updated:
2014-03-20
The Samsung Galaxy S2 has been out now for a few months ago and it's been reviewed to death. For that reason I'll keep it shortMy HTC Hero (or T-Mobile G2 Touch in my case) has got to the end of its 18 month contract and has served me well. But the Androi...
Bottom line It's fast, slim and has an excellent screen. Because of its slimness it gets away with that large screen (and remains pocketable). I'd highly recommend it – particularly if you can get it for a good price !...
100%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the latest smartphones on the market, running Android and boasting a stunningly thin design. It's packed with features and offers a fantastic screen. It's also the best smartphone on the market. The goodThe Samsung Gal...
Good The Samsung Galaxy S II features one of the best screens available on a smartphone. At 4.2 inches, it's large enough to consume media content with ease, and it's also pin-sharp. Samsung has used AMOLED technology to produce stunning colour reproduction, with vivid hues and deep blacks on offer. The Galaxy S II is also the fastest smartphone we've had the pleasure of using, with the Gingerbread ve...
Bad There's very little to dislike about the Samsung Galaxy S II. The huge screen and skinny casing can make it slightly awkward to hold, and the Android OS gets some slightly useless additions from Samsung, but both of these points are minor niggles.
Bottom line In short, we love the Samsung Galaxy S II. With an excellent OS, and even better hardware, it's the best smartphone in the world right now. Best offers for the Samsung Galaxy S IIAmazon Marketplace £469.99 eBay.co.uk £498.27 Samsung Galaxy S II is tagg...
100%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
We rated highly, so much so that we gave it an Award last year – ahead, it should be noted, of its deadly rival, the .So if we thought the Galaxy S was a better buy than the iPhone, what of its replacement?No point beating about the bush: it’s stunnin...
Good Exceptional picture and sound, brilliant web and social features, astonishing speed...
Bad It’s not an iPhone, if that bothers you...
100%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
ShareHad the Samsung Galaxy S come out last month, its massive Super AMOLED screen would have wiped the floor with all the competition, without breaking a sweat, or garnering a fingerprint. Then the iPhone 4 came along an redefined just how sharp a...
Good Beautiful colours to put Autumn to shame...
Bad Still squintalicious when outdoors...
Bottom line The only screen that can match the iPhone 4’s...
100%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-12-16
The Samsung Galaxy S II is a thin, light and fast smartphone. Of all the Android phones we've reviewed, the S II is up there with the best in terms of both looks and performance.The 4.3in screen was one of the most impressive we've looked at – it was b...
Good Fast, slim and lightweight; great screen...
Bad Unnecessary software...
Bottom line One of the best Android phones available, with a great screen and fast processor...
100%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Samsung Galaxy S is an Android 2.1-powered smartphone that sports Samsung's TouchWiz interface that gives it some sweet widget touches. The other big selling point is the gorgeous 4-inch AMOLED screen.The goodWith a 1GHz processor the Galaxy S offe...
Good With a 1GHz processor the Galaxy S offers speedy browsing through its menus and the beautiful 4-inch screen is a real gadget crowd-pleaser. Because it's AMOLED it's better, brighter and slimmer than many of its peers.To make good use of this screen, the Samsung Galaxy S has excellent video playback. Where most Androids can play H.264, H.263 and WMV files, the Samsung Galaxy S can play just about...
Bad The plasticy build lets the Galaxy S down slightly. It means that the Galaxy S is lighter than any of its main rivals, but it makes the phone feel less of a premium contender in the Android market. This phone isn’t cheap, in price or in the quality of its features so it'd be nice if the build reflected that.
Bottom line Minor niggles aside, the Samsung Galaxy S outperforms most Androids in several areas, especially in video capability.Best offers for the Samsung Galaxy SAmazon Marketplace £429.99 Amazon UK £438.57 eBay.co.uk £469.99 Samsung Galaxy S is tagged with Sam...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
If the history of Android smartphones is viewed as a race to emulate Apple's iPhone, then the Samsung Galaxy S is the crowning achievement; looking remarkably like the iPhone 3G, with its rounded edges and single, central button beneath the screen. It...
Bottom line Slim, light, with a gorgeous AMOLED screen, fast processor and Android's easy-to-use interface and wealth of apps, the Galaxy S sets the benchmark for Android hardware...
100%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II follows the trend adopted by most high-end mobiles and merges contacts from your phonebook, e-mails, text messages and social networks into a single display. Like with the Motorola Atrix, you can also add shortcuts for your favo...
Good Dazzling screen but still very usable/Great camera, Generally respsonive with very smooth navigation, Fullyfeatured media player/Amazing mobile web experience, TouchWiz 4 interface adds a lot to Android 2.3, Thin, light and powerful / Kies Air app...
Bad Screen not very bright and doesn't reproduce colours accurately, MHL convertor for HDMI ports not included, Still entirely plastic, Yet another iPhone clone, TouchWiz not for everybody...
Bottom line The Galaxy S already had a lot going for it, but Samsung's second generation of the smartphone is very much a product of its time. The Galaxy S II is incredibly powerful but surprisingly thin and light at the same time. Our biggest disappointment was t...
100%
channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-21
It's thin, it's gorgeous, but can Samsung's much-anticipated Galaxy S II finally knock the iPhone 4 from its A-List perch? There’s been such hype surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone since we first spied it earlier this year, we were worried...
Bottom line There’s plenty more in terms of software we could go into, from the excellent contact linking to the integrated task killer and the dead-easy DLNA sharing software, AllShare, but what you really want to read is our final verdict on the Samsung Galaxy S...
100%
tech.uk.msn.com
Updated:
2013-11-06
Verdict Frankly, there's very little we can fault about the Samsung Galaxy S2. Media-wise it's one of the best phones out there at the moment; the screen feels purposefully designed to make movies and feature-rich websites look stunning. And somehow all t...
Bottom line The Galaxy S2 is an exceptional phone that blows the competition away. Review The Samsung Galaxy is a massively popular phone, and Samsung are hoping to pull off the same trick with their follow-up, the Samsung Galaxy S2. And based on our experiences wit...
100%
littlegreenrobot.co.uk
Updated:
2014-05-07
HTC and Samsung have been duelling for the top position in Android phones for the last year or more. With the Galaxy S II, its first dual-core smartphone, Samsung has set the bar very high indeed.Before you even switch it on, the S II looks like a winner...
100%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-03-26
Samsung’s new flagship phone, the Galaxy S2, picks up the flagship smartphone crown from its one-year-old brother, the original Galaxy S.It’s grown up, yet also slimmed down, if that makes sense; they’ve managed to cram a dual-core processor, DLNA, an...
Bottom line It’s a fantastic phone that's has been cleverly created to age as well as a smartphone can, with a high-speed dual-core processor, wireless syncing to your computer and the very latest version of Android.That luscious screen stands alongside the iPhone...
100%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
How many more high-end Androids can 2010 bring? With the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and HTC Desire having won our affections, will the Samsung Galaxy S do the same? We got hold of a pre-production model to find out...
Good Fab screen, loads of storage, speedy...
Bad Plasticy build… this phone deserves luxury...
Bottom line Beating the best Androids in several respects, this is one seriously powerful Android...
100%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
We can’t speak highly enough about the Samsung Galaxy S II. If we had to describe it in just one word, we’d choose ‘brilliant’. While we have pointed out a couple of shortcomings, there is nothing that would dissuade us from buying this phone for ou...
Good The phone is super speedy thanks to that dualcore processor...
Bad Keen photographers will miss a dedicated shutter key...
100%
fwd.five.tv
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the latest smartphones on the market, running Android and boasting a stunningly thin design. It's packed with features and offers a fantastic screen. It's also the best smartphone on the market. The goodThe Samsung Gal...
Good The Samsung Galaxy S II features one of the best screens available on a smartphone. At 4.2 inches, it's large enough to consume media content with ease, and it's also pin-sharp. Samsung has used AMOLED technology to produce stunning colour reproduction, with vivid hues and deep blacks on offer. The Galaxy S II is also the fastest smartphone we've had the pleasure of using, with the Gingerbread ve...
Bad There's very little to dislike about the Samsung Galaxy S II. The huge screen and skinny casing can make it slightly awkward to hold, and the Android OS gets some slightly useless additions from Samsung, but both of these points are minor niggles.
Bottom line In short, we love the Samsung Galaxy S II. With an excellent OS, and even better hardware, it's the best smartphone in the world right now. Best offers for the Samsung Galaxy S IIAmazon Marketplace£469.99 eBay.co.uk£498.27 Samsung Galaxy S II is tagg...
100%
techdigest.tv
Updated:
2011-07-31
Name: Type: Specifications: Upon first picking up the Samsung Galaxy S II, you'd be forgiven for thinking that you're merely lifting some dummy model, or an empty chassis; it's that light. Its 116 gram weight is complimented by its remarkably slim des...
100%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
There's been such hype surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone since we first spied it earlier this year, we were worried we might have expected too much of it. The specifications were tantalising, our first hands-on was all-too brief; would it be...
Bottom line A superlative smartphone from Samsung, with a fabulous screen, oodles of power and a cracking camera to match...
100%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
We rated highly, so much so that we gave it an Award last year–ahead, it should be noted, of its deadly rival, the .So if we thought the Galaxy S was a better buy than the iPhone, what of its replacement?No point beating about the bush: it’s stunnin...
Good Exceptional picture and sound, brilliant web and social features, astonishing speed...
Bad It’s not an iPhone, if that bothers you...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-22
There’s no two ways about it – Sammy’s new mobile looks like a hacked iPhone running Android. Throw in a 4in Super AMOLED sceen and for many, this will sound like a dream device – but the question is whether Samsung can pull it off. At 118g, it’s no li...
Good Awesome 4in Super AMOLED screen. Great for HD video. Speedy 1GHz Hummingbird processor. Promise of Android update...
Bad Flimsy back casing. No pinch-to-zoom. Browser uninspiring...
Bottom line It’s not the most original design, but all sins are forgiven the moment you fire up that glorious screen...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-12
Samsung has pulled out all the stops with the Galaxy S II i9100. It’s squeezed its best-quality 4.3-inch screen, an 8MP camera and a super-fast dual-core processor into a surprisingly slim case. In fact, at 8.49mm at its thinnest point, Samsung c...
Bottom line Fast, powerful, with dazzling design and great battery life, the Galaxy S II is an irresistible Android handset...
100%
itreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Samsung has quite a range of smartphones in its portfolio. Some run its own operating system, Bada, some run Windows Phone-but by far the greatest number run Android. And, quite frankly, when Samsung can do what it has done with the Samsung Galaxy...
Good Stunning combination of topnotch features...
Bad Plasticky build;flimsy backplate.
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is the most exciting smartphone we've seen for a long time. Expensive, yes-but it sits right at the top of the specifications tree. If we had the cash to hand, we'd buy one in a jiffy...
100%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-04-15
Design-wise, the Samsung Galaxy S could almost be mistaken for an iPhone 3GS, except for the huge 4in display. Despite acres of screen real estate, the phone is barely bigger than its peers. The Super AMOLED display delivers great battery life, even al...
Bottom line Samsung’s Galaxy S is large and in charge...
100%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
The Samsung Galaxy S II is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and this means one thing: it's fast. Very fast. This is most evident when browsing the Web: the Galaxy S II loads pages much faster than the iPhone 4 when connected to the same Wi-Fi n...
Good Excellent performance and brilliant display Ultra-thin and light design Great multimedia features...
Bad Text hard to read when zoomed out in browser Plastic battery cover and no camera button Volume on earpiece could be louder...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is without doubt the best Android phone on the market, and may also be the best smartphone on the market, period. The Galaxy S II combines one of the biggest and best screens on the market, with blazing performance, functional...
95%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
The Samsung Galaxy S II is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and this means one thing: it's fast. Very fast. This is most evident when browsing the Web: the Galaxy S II loads pages much faster than the iPhone 4 when connected to the same Wi-Fi n...
Good Excellent performance and brilliant display Ultra-thin and light design Great multimedia features...
Bad Text hard to read when zoomed out in browser Plastic battery cover and no camera button Volume on earpiece could be louder...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is without doubt the best Android phone on the market, and may also be the best smartphone on the market, period. The Galaxy S II combines one of the biggest and best screens on the market, with blazing performance, functional...
95%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2011-10-14
D uring the Mobile World Congress, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S2 (i9100) as a successor to the popular Galaxy S smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is a stylish, slim and light smartphone with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and a large, clear Super AMO...
92%
letsgomobile.org
Updated:
2011-10-14
D uring the Mobile World Congress, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S2 (i9100) as a successor to the popular Galaxy S smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is a stylish, slim and light smartphone with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and a large, clear Super AMO...
92%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
Samsung’s second attempt to dethrone the smartphone king – Apple’s iPhone – has finally arrived. Talked about for months and previewed with much fanfare, Samsung’s S2 is thin, spec’d up, and the flagship of Samsung’s range this year. Is it enough to t...
Good Samsung's overlay to Android has some very interesting features this time around; Latest version of Android (Android 2.3 Gingerbread); One of the thinnest and lightest phones we've ever felt...
Bad Plastic casing makes it feel a little cheap; Software can be buggy...
Bottom line Samsung’s second effort to topple the juggernaut iPhone comes out a success, a worthy competitor that manages to do some things even Apple hasn’t thought of. It’s not perfect – nothing ever is – but it’s easily one of the better examples of an Android...
90%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
Key Features * 1.2GHz dual core processor * 4.3in Super AMOLED Plus display * 8 megapixel camera * Android 2.3 Operating SystemDual-core smartphones are coming thick and fast now and one of the most lauded contenders is the Samsung Galaxy S...
Good Incredibly fast; Dazzling 4.3 inch screen; Excellent video playback; Web browser supports Flash; Light for its size...
Bad Too large for some; Plastic build doesn't feel premium; Poor call quality...
90%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2011-11-02
Samsung's Galaxy S2 has been in the market for a few months now and there are good deals to be had in every region so what better time to look at the model below the Nexus, the Galaxy S2 which will likely get its own upgrade to Android 4.0 in the comin...
Bottom line we realised that there is a lot to love about the Galaxy S2, especially the excellent call quality.Thinking back our instant dislike was perhaps inspired by the fact that Samsung have traded the premium feel of an all-metal chassis for a super lightw...
90%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaWith a shape that’s very similar to a larger, thinner iPhone 3GS, the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate ($50.00 om a 3-year plan from Telus, $530 outright) is one of the lightest smartphones we’ve tested and also has one of the best s...
90%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2013-04-15
Available plans 45 plans available starting from $34 to $129 As a platform-agnostic manufacturer, Samsung's most recent smartphone efforts have been a mixed bag. Last year's Icon range featured a Windows Mobile phone and a Symbian phone alongside...
Bottom line Sure it looks like an iPhone, but on the inside the Galaxy S is a web-browsing, media-playing beast of a smartphone, and one of the best Android phones in Australia today.
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
Product Code: 1990808 The T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S line of super Google Android phones, also known as the Samsung Vibrant, enjoys stellar media features. Samsung Galaxy S: Lightweight Design, Gorgeous Display The Samsung Galaxy S rese...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S boasts a gorgeous Super AMOLED display and a bevvy of multimedia features, but some users might be disappointed by the absence of a flash on its camera. Ginny Mies, PCWorld.com...
90%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2014-08-07
The most striking feature of the Galaxy S II X next to its impressive screen size, is its fit and finish. Not that previous Samsung smartphones were flimsy or felt cheap, but the S II X feels really solid and premium and a bit better than what we are used...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Dual-core smartphones are coming thick and fast now and one of the most lauded contenders is the Samsung Galaxy S II (or Samsung Galaxy S 2 if you like). Following in the footsteps of its exceedingly popular predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S, the new m...
Good Incredibly fast, Dazzling 4.3in screen, Excellent video playback, Web browser supports Flash, Light for its size...
Bad Too large for some, Plastic build doesn't feel premium, Poor call quality, Recommended by TR...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is clearly the smartphone of choice for those who simply want the most power. Its 1.2GHz dual core processor and bold-and-brash 4.3in screen really combine well to create a truly captivating, fast and eye-popping smartphone expe...
90%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2013-04-15
Samsung’s Galaxy S boasts a gorgeous Super AMOLED display and a bevvy of multimedia features, but its TouchWiz interface isn’t for everybody, and in my tests the phone was a bit sluggish at times. In appearance the Galaxy S closely resembles an iPhone...
90%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-04-13
Update: We've updated our review to reflect the software update on the Samsung Galaxy S2 to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich - and to include the changes found in the recent 4.0.4 update as well.The Samsung Galaxy S2 - or Samsung Galaxy S II, as it's also...
Good Superfast reaction times, Slim design, Ridiculously clear screen, Clear call quality, 1080p video recording...
Bad Flimsy back cover, Poor keyboard layout, Samsung Apps portal...
Bottom line And so we come to the end of our epic Samsung Galaxy S2 review – and we know some of you might have jumped straight here to see what we think. However, if you're considering purchasing this phone, we recommend you take a look through our review, as there'...
90%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
Key Features * 1.2GHz dual core processor * 4.3in Super AMOLED Plus display * 8 megapixel camera * Android 2.3 Operating SystemDual-core smartphones are coming thick and fast now and one of the most lauded contenders is the Samsung Galaxy S...
Good Incredibly fast;Dazzling 4.3 inch screen;Excellent video playback;Web browser supports Flash;Light for its size...
Bad Too large for some;Plastic build doesn't feel premium;Poor call quality...
90%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas SevillaBeing a conglomerate and consumer electronics giant puts Samsung in a unique position when it comes to the smartphone sector. Samsung has the distinct advantage of being able to cater to Windows Phone, Google An...
90%
lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II is a serious smartphone. It has everything, at least on paper. But just because a phone comes fitted with the latest version of the Android operating system, a dual core processor and a size of screen you could you could pop on...
Good Hugely powerful, TouchWiz 4 doesn't spoil the Android experience, lightweight, fantastic display...
Bad Not much unless you are really picky...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is better than any other Android smartphone to have hit the market so far. It has everything you could want and will need and each of those functions it more or less excels at. It’s fast, it’s bright, it’s clear and, joy of joys...
90%
tech-reviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-30
Once again we have an extremely powerful smartphone in our possession, the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Galaxy S II is probably one of the most popular devices this year thanks to its large, extremely high quality 4.3-inch display, dual-core processor and...
Good Fast and smooth UI, Audio quality, Brilliant 4.3inch display, Still photo quality and 1080p video quality, Battery life, Sleek and attractive design...
Bottom line Overall, I was absolutely blown away with the Samsung Galaxy S II’s performance whilst we were in our testing phase. And even though I’m a pretty much an Apple Fanboy, I’d opt for the Samsung Galaxy S II over the iPhone 4S in a heartbeat.With an extrem...
90%
channelnews.com.au
Updated:
2013-04-15
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Icon launched last year, the Galaxy S now has a customised version of Android that makes it a joy to use. Sure, the handset may look and feel like an Apple iPhone because of its physical specifications and interface, but the c...
Good Huge and bright screen; Great user interface; Swype feature makes text messaging easier; Slim; Light; Responsive; 16GB internal memory...
Bad Plastic build; No flash or camera hotkey; Users can accidentally hit the touch sensitive buttons at the bottom of the screen...
90%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2011-11-02
Samsung's Galaxy S2 has been in the market for a few months now and there are good deals to be had in every region so what better time to look at the model below the Nexus, the Galaxy S2 which will likely get its own upgrade to Android 4.0 in the comin...
Bottom line we realised that there is a lot to love about the Galaxy S2, especially the excellent call quality.Thinking back our instant dislike was perhaps inspired by the fact that Samsung have traded the premium feel of an all-metal chassis for a super lightw...
90%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II is a serious smartphone. It has everything, at least on paper. But just because a phone comes fitted with the latest version of the Android operating system, a dual core processor and a size of screen you could you could pop on...
Good Hugely powerful, TouchWiz 4 doesn't spoil the Android experience, lightweight, fantastic display...
Bad Not much unless you are really picky...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is better than any other Android smartphone to have hit the market so far. It has everything you could want and will need and each of those functions it more or less excels at. It’s fast, it’s bright, it’s clear and, joy of joys...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Dual-core smartphones are coming thick and fast now and one of the most lauded contenders is the Samsung Galaxy S2 (or Samsung Galaxy SII i9100 to give it its full name). Following in the footsteps of its exceedingly popular predecessor, the Samsung Galax...
Good Incredibly fast, Dazzling 4.3in screen, Excellent video playback, Web browser supports Flash, Light for its size...
Bad Too large for some, Plastic build doesn't feel premium, Poor call quality...
90%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Samsung Galaxy S is meant to be the Korean firm's big assault on the smartphone market - packing oodles of top end technology into a handset it thinks can take on the iPhone 4.There's more than just top end technology in here to beat the iPhone – t...
Good Superb screen, Fast processor, Slim chassis, Great audio quality, HD video recording...
Bad Poor contacts menu, Slight freezing at times, Plasticky, iPhone-like design, Wi-Fi not too strong, No camera flash...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S is meant to be the Korean firm's big assault on the smartphone market - packing oodles of top end technology into a handset it thinks can take on the iPhone 4.There's more than just top end technology in here to beat the iPhone – t...
90%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
Samsung is fighting its way into the Android superphone field with the Galaxy S. With a whopping 4-inch Super AMOLED display, it's one of the biggest phones on the market. Can Samsung take on HTC in the Android market that its done so much to define?...
Good Screen is sensational, HD video capture, HD video playback...
Bad Some software refinement needed, no sign of online video support (yet)...
Bottom line As it is, the Samsung Galaxy S is a welcome addition to the superphone category, proving to be a great multimedia handset that can only get better with updates. There is some space for software improvements from the review sample we tested, but as it i...
90%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2012-06-01
Samsung's Galaxy S2 has been in the market for a few months now and there are good deals to be had in every region so what better time to look at the model below the Nexus, the Galaxy S2 which will likely get its own upgrade to Android 4.0 in the comin...
Bottom line we realised that there is a lot to love about the Galaxy S2, especially the excellent call quality.Thinking back our instant dislike was perhaps inspired by the fact that Samsung have traded the premium feel of an all-metal chassis for a super lightw...
90%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
Tweet Design The response to the physical build of the Galaxy S last year was pretty dismal. Almost everyone we spoke to about the handset commented on its flimsy-feeling plastic construction, though this didn't stop Samsung selling over 20 milli...
Good Lightning fast performance, Super AMOLED Plus is fantastic, Camera is amongst the best we've seen, TouchWiz 4.0 has some neat shortcuts...
Bad Battery life is disappointing, Videoout requires a separate adapter...
Bottom line If it wasn't for its disappointing battery life, the Galaxy S II would be our favourite phone of the year to date. Samsung builds on the success of the original Galaxy with a really fast, attractive and fully featured phone, but one that requires a lot...
85%
reghardware.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Sometimes the Mark II versions of phones feel like they’ve had little more than a light skim with the update brush. Yet with the Samsung Galaxy S II, this is certainly not the case. While, the original Galaxy S was a fine handset, this latest refit inc...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is a significant improvement on its predecessor and a terrific Android phone. While the battery life isn't the greatest, its slim profile, powerful processor, 8Mp camera and (almost) all the latest treats Android has to offer...
85%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Galaxy S is Samsung's hero handset for 2010 and one the company clearly has high hopes for. It's the closest thing to an iPhone the Korean firm has yet produced, and packs in Android 2.1 OS, multi-touch screen, powerful 1GHz processor, 5Mp camera...
Bottom line The Galaxy S has a lot of great things going for it, not least that marvellous screen, the latest Android OS and wealth of apps, plus the quality and range of the 5Mp camera. But it's let down, if only a little, by a few inconsistencies. The camera's...
85%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Good 1.2GHz dualcore processor, 4.3in. Super AMOLED Plus screen, 8megapixel main camera, 2megapixel front camera, Good range of apps, Fair battery life...
Bad Flimsy backplate, Screen may be too large for those with small hands, Screen resolution could be higher, MicroSD card slot is under the battery...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is the most advanced smartphone we've seen to date. The large Super AMOLED Plus screen and lightweight build are impressive, and there are some software highlights — notably the ability to create and edit office documents and Ki...
85%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Sometimes the Mark II versions of phones feel like they’ve had little more than a light skim with the update brush. Yet with the Samsung Galaxy S II, this is certainly not the case. While, the original Galaxy S was a fine handset, this latest refit inc...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is a significant improvement on its predecessor and a terrific Android phone. While the battery life isn't the greatest, its slim profile, powerful processor, 8Mp camera and (almost) all the latest treats Android has to offer...
85%
gadgetspeak.com
Updated:
2012-01-11
Adding to its range of handsets, Samsung has released its Galaxy S II handset to tempt you to part with your hard earned cash...
84%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2013-04-15
A ndroid is still Hot. This is not only due to the functionality that this operating system offers, but also the large supply on the market. Many cell phone manufacturers have introduced more Android phones onto the market. Samsung introduced the Momen...
Bottom line T he Samsung Galaxy S has everything that a cell phone needs nowadays. You can easily use all the multimedia on this cell phone. The large screen ensures for a great display and via the built-in speaker or headset, you can also enjoy your favorite m...
84%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
It takes a brave manufacturer to launch a flagship phone at the same time Apple unleashes its latest iPhone, but that’s exactly what Samsung has done. Not once, but twice. First with the Samsung Wave, featuring its own Bada OS, and now with its high-en...
Bottom line Cheaper than an iPhone 4 and almost as good, this is a great value alternative...
83%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
Bottom line Connectivity: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 900/2100Display: 480 x 800 pixels, 4.0in, Super AMOLEDOS: Google Android 2.2Camera: Five megapixels, 2592x1944 pixelsGPS: A-GPSProcessor: ARM Cortex A8 1GHz processorWi-Fi: 802.11bgnDimensions: 64.2x122.4x.9.9...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-05
We recently looked at Motorola’s Atrix smartphone and said that we were interested in seeing how the other soon-to-arrive dual-core offerings would stack up. Well we’ve now seen two of them and the results have been eye-opening. The Samsung Galaxy...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy SII brings some very big guns to the dual-core wars. Read our review to see why this phone is so highly regarded...
83%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-04-06
The Samsung Galaxy S II 4G runs the 2.3 "Gingerbread" version of Google's Android operating system. Telstra hasn't confirmed whether or not the phone will receive an upgrade to the latest Ice Cream Sandwich version. It has already started to delive...
Good Fast 4G speeds, 4.5in display, Slick performance...
Bad Limited 4G coverage, Screen resolution outdated, Thicker, heavier than 3G model...
Bottom line If you desperately need or want 4G connectivity on your phone and live or work in an area that's effectively serviced by Telstra's 4G network, the Galaxy S II 4G's fast data speeds will certainly impress you. However, newer phones like the HTC One X an...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is the follow-up to the high-end Galaxy S and is, as expected, bigger, faster and more user friendly. The device is available now, and customers can expect to pay around £475 for a SIM-free version or sign up to a contract startin...
Good Light as a feather, fast internet, great text input, clear screen, reasonable battery life...
Bad Expensive, fragile back cover...
Bottom line This Samsung Galaxy S II is an excellent device that builds on the strength of its predecessor. We think this is one of the best phones on the market and, despite its cost, it beats the HTC Sensation thanks to the hardware...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Mobile World Congress hasn't even started, but the next generation of super phones are already being unveiled. Samsung showed off its latest, the Samsung Galaxy S II, at its flashy Unpacked event in Barcelona. The Galaxy S II sports a 4.3in Super AMO...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is pleasingly thin and light, and looks great. It's also got a beautiful display. The specs look solid. Stay tuned for a full hands-on look at the Samsung Galaxy S II and more hot phone news out of Barcelona at the 2011 Mobile...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Samsung continues to go from strength to strength with its first dual-core phone - the Android 2.3.3-equipped successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S. Its impressive specification includes a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 Super AMOLED plus display, 8-megapixel c...
Bottom line The fastest and slickest Android phone we've seen - but its power is a strain on the battery...
80%
apcmag.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
So everyone talks about a phone being an iPhone killer. Which smartphone will be the one to topple Apple’s touchscreen wonder off the smartphone tower? The Samsung Galaxy S II is probably the closest we’re going to see this generation.The Samsung G...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
Best Smartphone There's been a lot of talk recently about Samsung's latest smartphones thanks to some fairly impressive specs and their supposedly superior Super AMOLED displays. We just looked at the Wave , which also adds a new operating system into the...
Good Vibrant AMOLED display, Fast processor, Customised interface works well...
Bad Less than perfect built quality, Mediocre battery life...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
We got some hands on time with the Samsung Galaxy S 4G at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow in Barcelona - and we were impressed with Samsung's latest superfast but good value smartphone handset. After hearing lots of talk about the new 4G phone fr...
Bottom line In a nutshell, I'm impressed with the Galaxy S 4G. It doesn't have the features or horsepower of its brother the Galaxy S II (launched here yesterday), but to get to a bargain price point you can't have the best of everything. Mark Sullivan, pcworld.c...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
Android phones have never been at the sharp edge of camera phone design, but they’re getting better. Does the Samsung Galaxy S join this merry band of progressive Android snappers? We took a look at a pre-retail Samsung Galaxy S to find out...
Good Fantastic media support, 720p recording and playback, good camera...
Bad Where’s the flash???...
Bottom line The best Android video player ever, including Archos models. Great camera too. Shame there’s no flash...
80%
stuff.co.nz
Updated:
2013-04-15
This is the second generation of Samsung's Galaxy series of Android smartphones and the Galaxy S is a good deal slicker than its predecessor after milking improvements from version 2.1 of Google's operating system. With a powerful 1Ghz processor, it jo...
80%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2013-04-15
This is the second generation of Samsung's Galaxy series of Android smartphones and the Galaxy S is a good deal slicker than its predecessor after milking improvements from version 2.1 of Google's operating system. With a powerful 1Ghz processor, it...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
After the excitement of the and the power of the , we’ve been waiting for one of the other big brands to step up to the plate, and Samsung has done just that with the Galaxy S. Featuring a 1GHz processor and a sumptuous 4-inch Super AMOLED screen...
Good The clear screen, The great video playback, Speedy UI, Slim chassis...
Bad Not being able to properly control the address book, A slightly plasticky frame...
Bottom line Despite some tiny niggles, the Galaxy S is still one of the smartphones of the year, so check it out before you run to Apple to snap up the latest iPhone...
80%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
Samsung€s Galaxy S II has remained faithful to the original, but despite the improvements under the hood, can such a simple design still ignite the same level of passion?From zero to four in a matter of months, there are already some very tough choices to...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
Android-based smartphones are making inroads in all sectors of the market, from top-end £400+ models to entry-level devices costing as little as £100. The Samsung Galaxy S sits at the apex, with its large high-resolution screen and top-notch internal s...
Good Large, responsive, bright, clear touchscreen, Thin and lightweight, Minimalist physical design, Fast, with plenty of internal storage, 3G sharing over WiFi, Front camera for video calling...
Bad Moderate battery life, Still running Android 2.1...
Bottom line The Galaxy S is Samsung's flagship Android smartphone for 2010, and it's certainly competitive with the best that's available elsewhere. The large screen is great for data-rich applications, and it accommodates sizeable on-screen keyboards in both port...
80%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Galaxy S is without doubt the highest specced device Samsung has produced to date. With it running Android 2.1 and with an expected upgrade to 2.2 in the coming months it is perfectly placed in a market where the Android platform is growing on a d...
Bottom line Overall the Samsung i9000 Galaxy S is a splendid device and worthy of being a flagship one. In terms of its competitors I suppose its main rivals are currently the HTC Desire and Apples iPhone 4. So how does it compare? HTC Desire: If you love HTCs Sen...
0%
siliconrepublic.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Bottom line One of the first things I noticed about the Samsung Galaxy S II when I picked it up was just how light it is. It weighs only 119g and is incredibly slim, at 8.49mm thick.This is pretty impressive, considering the spec of the phone. The Galaxy S II boas...
0%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2014-02-28
Published in Speed Magazine, August 2010 issue)The iPhone 4, with a fully revamped iOS4 and an aluminosilicate glass enclosure is still the top dog, especially now that it has the highest resolution...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2011-11-05
The is by far the most hyped device so far this year. I mean who wouldn’t get hyped up over a 4.3″ Super AMOLED + display, 1.2GHz Dual-Core CPU and Quadband 3G supporting every network in Australia at the proper HSPA+ speed of 21Mbit. The set the ben...
Good Insanely good 4.3″ Super AMOLED display, Snappy 1.2GHz dualcore CPU, Incredibly thin at 8.49mm, Ability to shoot semilegible 1080p video, Quadband HSPA (21Mbit/7.56Mbit) – Works on every Australian network...
Bad Kies syncing software for your PC, Fairly average loudspeaker, TouchWiz, even though it does the job, is too iPhoneish, No notification LED!!1! angry face, No native microHDMI connection...
Bottom line I’m going to be recommending the Galaxy S II to friends of mine who want an Android device. I mean if you look at its specs, it just boggles the mind. Sure, the price is steep moment, but everything is like that when it first launches and you’ll find...
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recombu.com
Updated:
2014-04-02
The Galaxy S appears to be Samsung's answer to the likes of the iPhone and the Google Nexus One. It has definitely taken more than a few design queues from Apple's ubiquitous smartphone, but running Android it has more in common with its Googly counter...
Bottom line It’s brilliant to see Samsung come out with a serious smartphone contender, and the Korean company has done a great job. It’s a handset we wouldn’t be ashamed to be seen with, and managed to keep up with us every step of the way. A definite contender f...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-09-22
Telstra has released a 4G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II Android smartphone . Currently one of the most popular Android phones on the market, the 4G version of the Galaxy S II is Telstra's second 4G capable smartphone following the launch of the HTC V...
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EISA.eu
Updated:
2013-04-15
Based on the Android operating system, the Galaxy S is a ‘jewel in the crown’ for demanding users wanting to be connected, entertained and updated on the move. It is equipped with a huge 4-inch (10.16 cm) AMOLED, 800x480 pixel touch screen providing an...
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theglobeandmail.com
Updated:
2014-02-28
From haute hardware to sexy software, Samsung’s new Galaxy S II is the best handset yet to run Google’s Android operating system. There are a couple of tiny chinks in its svelte armour of awesomeness, but those weaknesses all but disappear in the face...
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techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-02-28
Give the Galaxy SII, Samsung’s latest Android flagship, to anyone to play with and they’ll come back with one of two responses – either “My, it’s thin!” or “My, the screen’s big!” These two design concepts are part and parcel to the SII smartphone’s ap...
Good 1.2 GHz dualcore processor, 4.27" screen, 8.5 mm body enough said...
Bad TouchWiz 4.0 does not bring too much to the table, no mini HDMI out, speakerphone a bit soft.
Bottom line The three million customers who placed pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy SII certainly won’t be disappointed. It is one of the best smartphones currently available thanks to not only a wafer-thin design (8.5 mm), but also a 4.27” touch-screen that can...
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tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Samsung rocked the Android world last year with the original Galaxy S, which quickly became one of the biggest selling phones of 2010. But now the Korean giant has come out with a successor under the originally named moniker, the Galaxy S II. Samsung'...
Bottom line The Android space was dominated by the Galaxy S last year and I expect that this year the entire mobile space will be dominated by it's successor. The hardware on the Galaxy S II won't be beaten for quite some time (perhaps until this time next year) o...
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evogadget.com
Updated:
2015-01-23
Smartphones, like tablets, have known a boom in the past months, boom that was accentuated by the launch of new models at the CES 2012 earlier this month. If this is the first time you're buying such a device and need advice or your old one broke, we will...
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siliconrepublic.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
Bottom line This smartphone looks good, feels good and what's more, it's one of the most user-friendly models on the market.For starters, the screen is huge and high definition and at four inches wide it should suffice to say it is eye catching. With Samsung's ult...
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telegraph.co.uk
Updated:
2015-01-23
For a long time, if any technology writer was asked what phone they would recommend to most users, the answer was simple. Even for the least Apple-inclined, ‘Get an iPhone' was the only honest answer. It was not perfect, but it was the best on the mark...
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T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The original Galaxy S was famously skinny and light, and at just 8.5mm thick, the Galaxy S2 will be the thinnest smartphone on the market, effortlessly pinching the 9.3mm iPhone 4's crown. The Galaxy S2 will be familiar to those Sammy fans who pic...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-14
Expert video review...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-14
A comparison video of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and the HTC Vivid Android smartphones. These are AT&T's first 2 4G LTE Android smartphones. They both have 4.5″ displays, dual core CPUs, 8 megapixel cameras and run Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread with p...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-21
Here is the comparison of the Samsung Galaxy S II and HTC Amaze 4G, both on T-Mobile USA. To catch our review of the Samsung Galaxy S II on T-Mobile: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cIeG1EpTB4 and to check out our review of the HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile at...
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T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The original Galaxy S was famously skinny and light, and at just 8.5mm thick, the Galaxy S2 will be the thinnest smartphone on the market, effortlessly pinching the 9.3mm iPhone 4's crown. The Galaxy S2 will be familiar to those Sammy fans who pic...
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geeksquad.co.uk
Updated:
2014-03-21
Galaxy S II is a big step up from the original Galaxy S, with a larger, sharper Super Amoled screen, more storage and internal memory, plus a snappy 1.2GHz dual core Arm Cortex-A9 that makes multitasking easy.It may have been recently superseded by the Ga...
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hereshow.ca
Updated:
2013-04-15
The 4" Super AMOLED screen of Samsung's Galaxy S Vibrant delivers a visually heightened version of the Web, igniting Web pages, photographs, maps, and movies with all the intense vibrancy of a Las Vegas Casino. This is the Internet if it were made of n...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-06
Expert video review...
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techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-05
Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich! The best iteration so far to come out of Mountain View. It's already been out for a few months now so most devices coming out or that have been released recently will be able to run ICS. But what about those older devic...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-06
A video review of the Samsung Galaxy S II on T-Mobile. The Samsung Galaxy S II runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor at 1.5GHz dual core, Android 2.3.5 and features an 8 megapixel camera, a 4.52″ Super ALMOLED Plus screen and DLNA support. The phone...
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delimiter.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
Jenneth Orantia turned her back on a lucrative career in law to pursue her unhealthy obsession with consumer technology. She's known for having at least half a dozen of the latest gadgets on her person at a time, and once won a bottle of Dom Perignon for...
Bottom line The Galaxy S was designed to take on the iPhone 4, and despite its warts (sluggish performance, short battery life), it was one of the first real challengers to the Apple empire. We're guessing that Samsung had the impending iPhone 5 in mind when it buil...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-06
Expert video review...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-04-15
Good TouchWIZ 3 UI, 4in Super AMOLED screen, 1GHz processor, DivX and Xvid playback...
Bad An all-plastic body, menus lack the polished feel of HTC’s smartphones...
Bottom line You may have resisted buying an Android handset up until now, but the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S should definitely grab your attention...
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techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-08
Hi there and I hope you are all well and having a great weekend . As you may have guessed I have been busy with case reviews lately and here we have another one for you and it's probably my favourite one so far . It is the case-mate tough for the Samsung...
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crowdedbrain.co.uk
Updated:
2014-03-19
In some ways we have been privileged enough to have had use of the Samsung Galaxy S II for the past few months and this has given us enough experience to categorically say from the off that this is the best Android Smartphone we have ever used. A bold sta...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-09
Lisa Gade walks through a pre-release Samsung version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. ICS leaked out a bit early but is very useable and feature complete. Check out our video review of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyroc...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-09
Here are sample videos taken with the Samsung Galaxy S II on AT&T. The videos were taken in 1080p. Check out our video review of the phone at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33HzYWL_MRc Check out our full written review of the phone at: http://www.mobilet...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-09
Expert video review...
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tekgadg.com
Updated:
2014-08-09
When Samsung Galaxy S II was demoed at MWC in February, we couldn't believe what we were seeing. An Android phone running Gingerbread, 8.5mm thick, Super AMOLED Plus screen, running a dual-core processor? Is this real life? Fast forward half a year, and w...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2013-04-15
So I currently have my hands on a little device that goes by the name of ““. Now, this phone isn’t big news, besides the fact it’s one of the best phones that has made it’s way to our great country this year.This is my long awaited review with a Q&A po...
Bottom line If you’re not an Android Newbie, I hope you skipped to here.The Galaxy S is an amazing light weight device, with an extremely fast CPU & GPU that is let down only by the UI it runs. The UI, which is an iPhone clone, makes the phone feel ‘cartoonish’ an...
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itnews.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II is a genuinely remarkable smartphone, and it all starts with its most obvious asset: that huge 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen. It's very bright and, as OLED has no pervasive backlight (each pixel has its own light source), contr...
Bottom line It's a little hard to discuss the Galaxy S II without sound like a kool-aid drinker, but the phone is nothing short of remarkable. Its power is unrivalled, its 4.3-inch is wonderfully bright and colourful, call quality is great and the camera is simply su...
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itnews.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-31
The Samsung Galaxy S II operates on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and boasts a 1.2GHz dual-core application processor, 4G (HSPA+ 21) connectivity, 1024MB of RAM and a 4.27in Super AMOLED Plus display.Other noteworthy features include: full HD video recor...
Bottom line The Samsung Galaxy S II is everything you could hope for in an Android smartphone. It has a huge screen, excellent battery life, a suite of arresting software and it zips along at a blitzkrieg pace. Based on our first look, we'd call it one of the best sm...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2013-04-15
The & are the two best Android Devices out on the market at the moment, so we decided to put them up against each other to give you an idea of which is better at what. If you have anything you would like to know that isn’t covered in this brief post...
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reviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-30
Tweet Once again we have an extremely powerful smartphone in our possession, the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Galaxy S II is probably one of the most popular devices this year thanks to its large, extremely high quality 4.3-inch display, dual-core process...
Good Fast and smooth UI, Audio quality, Brilliant 4.3inch display, Still photo quality and 1080p video quality, Battery life, Sleek and attractive design...
Bad A fair amount of app bloatware...
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gadgetrepublic.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
The Galaxy S is a testament to how much time and innovation Samsung has pumped into its smartphones in the past year. It looks good, it feels good and what's more, it's one of the most user-friendly smartphones on the market.Usually, when you boot up a...
Bottom line A powerful multimedia phone in its own right, this phone also uses the Android operating system to full effect. If you haven't upgraded your phone in a while you'll be most impressed with how big and high definition the screen is.By Marie Boran Post a...
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androidaustralia.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-30
Let me start by saying… what a relief!When I upgraded from my HTC Desire HD to the Samsung Galaxy S2, I had no idea how much of an upgrade I was really getting. Sure, I knew the specs for these bad boys, but it's only now I own one that I fully understand...
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channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-15
Cheaper than an iPhone 4 and almost as good, this is a great value alternative. It takes a brave manufacturer to launch a flagship phone at the same time Apple unleashes its latest iPhone, but that’s exactly what Samsung has done. Not once, but twice...
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channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-21
A superlative smartphone from Samsung, with a fabulous screen, oodles of power and a cracking camera to match There’s been such hype surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone since we first spied it earlier this year, we were worried we might have...
Bottom line There’s plenty more in terms of software we could go into, from the excellent contact linking to the integrated task killer and the dead-easy DLNA sharing software, AllShare, but what you really want to read is our final verdict on the Samsung Galaxy S...
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itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2014-02-22
Looking for a new smartphone? Don't part with your money before checking our list of the five best smartphones we've reviewed so far...
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tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Samsung rocked the Android world last year with the original Galaxy S, which quickly became one of the biggest selling phones of 2010. But now the Korean giant has come out with a successor under the originally named moniker, the Galaxy S II. Samsung'...
Bottom line The Android space was dominated by the Galaxy S last year and I expect that this year the entire mobile space will be dominated by it's successor. The hardware on the Galaxy S II won't be beaten for quite some time (perhaps until this time next year) o...
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pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-06
The hotly anticipated ‘sequel' to the Samsung Galaxy S finally hit Australian stores last week, ushering in a new generation of Android 2.3, HSPA+ compatible smartphones. We've had a play with the device over the past few days and so far we've been very...
Bottom line The hotly anticipated ‘sequel' to the Samsung Galaxy S finally hit Australian stores last week, ushering in a new generation of Android 2.3, HSPA+ compatible smartphones. We've had a play with the device over the past few days and so far we've been very...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2014-05-29
I wouldn't usually put up a post detailing my first thoughts on a device, seeing as though I only just received the Samsung Galaxy S II this afternoon, but you guys are just too insistent that I supply my thoughts to you as quickly as possible. So hit the...
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itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-03-24
Samsung announced at Mobile World Congress the successor to their 10 million plus, best-selling Galaxy S mobile phone–the Samsung Galaxy S II. The new model is a lighter, thinner, more powerful version of the first handset with a bigger screen and all w...
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itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-03-24
One Mobile Ring has managed to obtain a video demonstration of the recently announced Samsung GT-I9100 Galaxy S II, with its dual-core processor, Android ‘Gingerbread' 2.3 OS and a 4.27-inch 480×800 WVGA Super AMOLED Plus screen. On-board is an 8 megapixe...
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digitalone.com.sg
Updated:
2013-04-15
iPhone users may want to check out this phone, as there is certainly life outside the iPhone universe.
Good The supersharp Amoled 4inch screen is better than any I have seen on other smartphones...
Bottom line iPhone users may want to check out this phone, as there is certainly life outside the iPhone universe...
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apcmag.com
Updated:
2014-03-22
Please install the flash playerOptus’ one month exclusive on Samsung’s latest high-end Android handset, the Galaxy S, is almost over. We had just enough time to review one.DesignThe Samsung Galaxy S is a curvaceous and slender Android-based handset tha...
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coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2014-03-22
So with the Galaxy S only just going on sale I have been very lucky to be able to get hold of a device to review for the site and test it out in real world use. This has been my only phone to use so had to put up with all my daily use of a phone. So...
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coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2014-03-12
A lot of people have seen me carrying the Samsung Galaxy S II around and they’re initially mentioning how similar it looks to the iPhone. The inevitable comparisons will be drawn to the iPhone and there’s lots of sites already calling this the “iPhone...
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knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2014-03-22
We've already given you an in depth preview of the Samsung Galaxy S - the latest Samsung Android super-phone, but that wasn't enough.The Galaxy S is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive handsets to emerge from CTIA. The 4-inch super-AMOLED dis...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2014-06-13
Since the iPhone 4S has just been announced by Apple, we thought we'd put it head to head against some of the leading Android devices currently available and the rumoured specs of the Nexus Prime. All of them are dual-core, all of them are sparkly, but so...
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evogadget.com
Updated:
2013-02-20
You've probably read news or watched reports on TV about the immense success Samsung had with its Galaxy S2 smartphone. The news according to which owners of this device would get its OS updated to Android's 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was enough to make owner...
Bottom line So yes, the upgrade from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich is one of the major pros brought by Google's Android 4.0. If it weren't for it, we wouldn't have had the opportunity to have so many fun experiences. Samsung's Galaxy S2 is among the first smartp...
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itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
Samsung’s Galaxy S is their latest and third Google OS Android handset, with the original i7500 ‘Galaxy’, and I5700 ‘Galaxy Portal’ all coming before hand and all running a vanilla version of the Google mobile OS. This new model arrives with a much larger...
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itreviews.com
Updated:
2013-04-15
Four inches is probably the largest a smartphone screen can go and remain viable for carrying and for making voice calls. Where it adds huge amounts is in its ability to display web pages and video content. As a flagship handset for the year, we'd say...
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whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
We put Samsung’s latest dual-core Android smartphone through its paces by benchmarking it with Quadrant.As you can see, the phone comes out on top of Quadrant’s built-in list with a score of 1498, but is still some way behind the LG Optimus 2X that scored...
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hereshow.ca
Updated:
2011-11-05
Samsung's Galaxy S II 4G, which will be available through Bell on July 21 for $170 on a three-year term or $600 outright, is one of the most hotly anticipated smartphones coming to market this year...
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