At Digital Phone Company we believe the best way to give feedback on handsets is by gathering it from long term users of a device rather than just using it for a few days. Our next review is for the Phone of the Year, Samsung Galaxy S2. This handset has been reviewed by one of our own staff...
“The Next Generation smartphone”, “T3 Gadget awards winner 2011” and “Mobile choice awards winner 2011;” these are just a few reasons why you should buy this handset. Despite tough competition from the I-phone and the massively successful HTC range, this offering from Samsung stands tall and confident and simply outshines the rest.
The Galaxy S II’s absolutely incredible super amoled screen is what allows this handset to stand out from the crowd and makes other phones look out dated. It is one of the first phones to be introduced with a 1.2 GHz dual core processor which makes it the front runner for multi-tasking, quicker web page loading and high performance gaming! The S II leaves behind the irritating slow running processors from the older smart phones made with single core processors.
When recording special moments, the full 8.1 Mega Pixel camera and the HD 1080 recordings, really give you a great experience when using play back on the phone or through your television using the USB port. In my opinion this camera is the best I have seen on a phone. I believe that it is the super amoled screen which has a lot to do with this; when viewing pictures on the S II, the quality is simply undeniable. My other half uses this phone and has actually started using it as her main camera rather than her standard 7.2 mega pixel Canon digital camera!
Samsung moving from Bada to Android was a particularly smart move. Android gives phones a new experience, identity and allows you to personalise and create your perfect set up. The Galaxy S II has become the phone that people ask about when they come in to the store; even now after its release last May! This handset is an absolute triumph and I would recommend this if you’re thinking of upgrading. You won’t regret it!
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