If you’re looking for an Android phone and aren’t quite sure where to start, Samsung’s Galaxy S II is the Android phone against which all others should be judged.
T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II phone, the object of desire for Android users, was lent to me for my trip to Haiti in Janaury and let’s just say I’ve had some trouble giving it back. It’s a beautiful phone that sports a gigantic 4.52 inch screen and connects to T-Mobile’s 4G network. Samsung is one of the top manufacturers of Android phones and the Galaxy S II is their flagship model.
- I really like the Galaxy S II, but it won’t fit in the pocket of my skinny jeans.
- The screen is just too big and I don’t deserve nice things.
- It’s nice, but I absolutely want a keyboard.
- I don’t have the cash for it. Other phones are cheaper.
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For WiFi, the phone can connect to your WiFi at home/work/Starbucks. One feature that stands out on the Galaxy S II is that it is one of the first phones to support 802.11an, which lets your phone use WiFi at speeds of up to 300mbps using WiFi spectrum in the 5GHz range.
- Carriers are selling lots of these phones. That means that it’ll be easy to find attractive cases and accessories for the phone.
- As a high-volume product being sold at a premium price, users can and will expect a longer software update lifecycle than another Android model that flopped and sold very few phones. If you have a problem with something on the phone, or you want to customize something, the web is already brimming with web pages and forums dedicated to Samsung Galaxy S II users who have nothing but free time to post tricks and tips for the phone. You can benefit from someone else’s free time.
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