flaky source last month, so seeing what could be an actual internal document here makes me feel much better. Head on below for all the juicy details on this 1.8 GHz dual-core powerhouse smartphone.
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hands-on coverage here. We've also fully reviewed the AT&T Galaxy S II and that can be seen here. Today, just for a comparison we have a few screenshots of both running the popular benchmark Quadrant for everyone to enjoy, results can be seen below but lets just say this is one fast smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S II. With its awesome 4.52" AMOLED display, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor it surely will rule the T-Mobile streets for a few weeks. This being the third Galaxy S II available in the US -- first being the Epic 4G Touch, second being the AT&T Galaxy S II I'm excited to show everyone this top contender for Galaxy S II supremacy so check out our unboxing video and pictures below.
Samsung Galaxy S II for their network. Codenamed the Hercules it will come to market as just the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile. Officially announced a few weeks back, the T-Mobile branded version of one of the best phones around will be available come October 12th. It appears T-Mobile stores are already starting to receive tons of stock, gearing for a big launch.
Galaxy S II hands down is just one awesome smartphone. After all the iPhone 4S news settled down yesterday (and quick), Samsung was nice enough to present us with a very informative spec sheet that should help anyone on the fence decide what smartphone is right for them. What we have is the ultimate Galaxy S II vs iPhone 4S comparison chart in the gallery below.
HTC Amaze 4G and Galaxy S II, both set to launch on October 12th and now T-Mobile is sending out invites for everyone to check them out and celebrate with T-Mobile. Just in time to fight the new iPhone 4S that T-Mobile won't be getting, I'd choose the Galaxy S II either way so I'm not too worried.
slightly improved iPhone 4S. While much of the focus of the keynote address was on new features in iOS 5, there are some definite hardware and software upgrades to the top-tier iPhone model to consider. To see how the iPhone 4S stacks up against the competition, we pitted the flagship phones from Samsung, Motorola, HTC and LG against it in a hardware showdown. Here's how the Galaxy S II, DROID BIONIC, Sensation 4G and G2x compare:
for just $199 and as always others are trying to capitalize on the release. Like usual those include Amazon, Walmart and others all offering lower prices than if you were to over to AT&T themselves. We've been enjoying the Galaxy S II and here is our full review.
Samsung Galaxy S II has at least one dull spot. There's an easy work-around that will let anyone access your phone if you've implemented Android's unique pattern-based or PIN lock screen. Don't worry, though, an industrious early adopter has already found a way to secure the Galaxy S II while keeping the lock screen in place.