Samsung Keeps Up Its Growth With Its New Galaxy SII

The wireless carriers usually come with certain deals on smartphones but in Samsung Galaxy SII (AT & T) they have made an exceptional arrangement. This device is now available on Sprint, AT &T and T-Mobile. A good number of features along with stylish design, that really highlights it out from the other versions of Galaxy. The design is something that Samsung has always boasted of and no wonder they have lived up to their expectations in this product too. The 4.3 inch AMOLED screen in case of AT & T is slightly smaller than 4.5 inches present in Sprint and T-Mobile, but more or less all looks the same. The size is slightly smaller too which makes it easier to handle.  The 5 inch height and weighing only 4.1 ounce it is really meeting up the requirements for easy transportation.

The textured back makes it easier to grip compared to iPhone4G and other similar handsets. In the top right you have the 3.5 mm headphone jack below which one can find the micro USB jack for charging. However, the one disadvantage is the lack of coordination between the backlight and the Android touch control keys. Samsung could have done a better job in this part. The 840 x 480 screen with AMOLED technology also provides clear and bright display to suite your purpose. When coming to the performance factor, Samsung galaxy SII has delivered a lot. With its 1.2 GHz Exynos C210 processor it can gear up a lot of speed and is rated highly by the experts. It can do the job for you perfectly when comes to opening, editing documents at will.

Graphic wise it is quite good and falls within the higher category of the similar smartphones found in the market. The storage capacity also gives this handset real boost. The 16GB on storage memory slot with an increase possible up to an additional 32 GB with a micro SD card is something that really proves a point or two about the set. The 8 mega pixel camera is also something that provides the best quality images. Detailed photos are very important and checking it out in low light condition gives great results. The exposure component is great along with its LED flash which is accompanied by clear images even at 4x zoom. The battery backup is fairly good with a continuous talk time up to 8 hours. It is quite a good buy for potential customers.