Samsung Galaxy S II Review and Specs

On November 25, 2011

Samsung Galaxy S IIAlong with iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S II is the most wanted phone in smartphone market. It is obvious that the beautiful design and premium features are the combination that boost this phone. With 125.3 x 66.1 x 8.5mm dimension, Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the thinnest phone in the market, rivaling iPhone 4S and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S. Even though the cover is made of plastic, you won’t recognize it since it fits perfectly with contoured chassis. Striking 4.3 inches Super AMOLED display made of Gorilla Glass looks amazingly beautiful. Android 2.3.3 is planted inside Samsung Galaxy S II which match well with dual-core 1.2GHz Samsung Orion processor.

The Samsung Galaxy S II offers 8 megapixel camera with single LED flash and multitude shooting options. It makes the photo and the video taken has relatively good quality. Wi-Fi, USB on the go, NFC and HDMI mirroring is provided to give you high connectivity. Other interesting features of Samsung Galaxy S II are the Kies and TouchWiz 4.0. Kies is PC software under Samsung’s License. It’s used for file management for Samsung’s gadget. Social, Games, Reader and Music Hubs are provided to give you full satisfaction. Along with premium entertainment features, Samsung Galaxy is also completed with excellent navigation tools. The new 5.0+ Google Maps with better performance give fast and impressive navigation experience.

With those features, Samsung Galaxy S II is rated on £519.99 SIM-free. It cannot be considered as pricey but it fits with the whole premium services. In conclusion, Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the best smartphone in the market. All of the features are in the best of each class. It’s a perfect combination of outstanding design and impressive performance. Some phone in a row with Samsung Galaxy S II are iPhone 4S, LG Optimus 2x and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S. There might be upgrades in the future, but right now Samsung  Galaxy S II is a hit.

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