Samsung proudly presents its second Galaxy high end smartphone known as Samsung Galaxy S II. This is one smartphone that has seen some massive and huge updates in terms of hardware, software and features as compared to its predecessor Samsung Galaxy S. Galaxy S II went on to win some international awards for the Korean ELECTRONIC giants and brought the much needed fame to Samsung.
Stylish and Sleek Design:
The Samsung Galaxy S II has an ultra slim yet stylish and elegant design. HyperSkin adds more decency and protection to the design with the metal look and non slip battery cover.
4.3” Super AMOLED Plus Display:
The display is indeed one of the bright sides of this smartphone as Super AMOLED Plus display provides truly vivid color and a very impressive contrast ratio. The fact that it has a big screen of 4.3 inches, it provides an amazing experience of gaming, videos and browsing and in fact browsing seems more like as you are browsing on a PC.
Dual Core Performance:
The Samsung has added a 1.2 GHz dual core processor that is as efficient as a desktop PC. Because of the dual core processor, you wont experience a single glitch while multi-tasking, gaming and high quality video playback on your Samsung Galaxy S II. A lot smoother UI, rather quick web page loading and quick reaction and response time are one of the key advantages that are only because of the dual core processor that Samsung has chosen.
Samsung L!ve Panel:
Samsung have added a new feature through which you can all have your favorite content, notes, news, games, SNS, email, videos and many other things on the main screen. This magazine like feature can be customized totally depending on what you want to have so that you get complete and quick access to the stuff you love the most.
Now you don’t have to buy a portable e-reader as Samsung Galaxy S II comes with a feature called Readers HUB, which is basically a plus point for reading lovers, that provides quick access to the e-book store where you can shop and read your favorite books, magazines and newspapers on the go.
Say N Go:
Say N Go is one of the coolest features of the Galaxy S II. Say N Go lets you control your smartphone by using voice command. You can do all the major actions on your smartphone by using voice command like calling, music, messaging, executing apps and several others.
Game HUB, as the name suggest, is a place where for gamers to challenge each other on different multiplayer games. This feature has simplified the gaming and includes some of the free and premium games to give you a start. This is indeed entertainment at its best.
Social HUB is again a feature by Samsung that allows you to share your tweets, status updates and much more via a simple click and through one medium. Social networking is rather simplified now and you don’t have to download the social networking app unless you are an addict as the Social HUB has almost everything that you need in order to stay in touch on social networks.
Samsung cannot simply forget the music lovers and that is why they have added a Music HUB as well through which you can shop, listen and customize your playlist and make the most of the virtual 5.1 channel sound.
Samsung’s very own TouchWiz will be the UI of the Galaxy S II though the 4.0 version of the UI is now much smooth, stable and eye catching.
Latest Android Support:
The smartphone comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread installed in it however it can later be updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
8 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash:
The camera is now a days considered to be one of the most essential features in a smartphone and that is why Samsung have opted to go for an 8 megapixel rear camera with LED Flash that takes some of the most amazing and sharp pictures. The smartphone is also capable of maintaining the same picture quality in outdoors as well as indoors in less light. The smartphone also features a 2 megapixel front camera that can take selfies and can also be used for video calling.
HD Recording & Playback:
With your Samsung Galaxy S II, you can record 1080p full HD videos using the rear camera just goes on to make sure that you don’t miss out on recording any of the precious moments. You can also enjoy the recorded or other HD videos on your big screen without even getting worried about a lag as the dual core processor is good enough to take care of all that.
|Platform||Android 2.3 (Gingerbread); upgradeable to 4.1 (Jelly Bean)|
|Wi-Fi||Yes 802.11 a/b/g/n Dual Band|
|Screen Size||4.3 inches|
|Camera Pixel||8 MP|
|Camera Flash||Yes LED|
|Processor Type||1.2 GHz dual core Cortex A9|
|Color Display||Yes 16 M colors|
|Resolution||480 x 800 pixels (217 ppi)|
|Bluetooth||Yes v 3.0|
|Video Recorder||Yes 1080p|
|Internal Memory||16 GB|
|Expandable Memory||Yes up to 32 GB|
|USB||Yes microUSB v 2.0|
|Talk Time||up to 18 hours 20 min|
|Standby Time||up to 710 hours|
|Dimension||125.3 x 66.1 x 8.5 mm|