The Samsung Galaxy S2 is the new phone that Koreans think would be the successor to their smartphone. This Galaxy S2 has 1.2GHz processor, a very slim framework and feather-light entrails. This dual core power is considerably going to be a hit in the next few months, what with the previously released LG Optimus 2X, the HTC Sensation and iPhone 5 or 4S also going to market soon.
The price of Galaxy S2 is £35 a month and if it’s SIM-free then one can have it for £519.99. Just because it’s cheaper than the rest of the other newer devices, it does not mean that it won’t catch up with the performances of all the other more expensive phones.
What are the dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S2? If you’re into thin devices then Samsung Galaxy S2 will be something to consider. It’s very thin with the dimensions of 125.3×66.1×8.5 mm only. Given this, it is deemed as one of the thinnest smartphones that are currently sold in the market, only rivalling the devices iPhone 4 and Sony Ericssob Xperia Arc so far for the title.
Aside from its thin dimensions, it’s very light even if it has several technologies rammed into it. The weight of Samsung Galaxy S2 is only about 100 grams, or 116 grams to be more accurate. What make it light are the pretty flimsy plastic coverings The company, instead of using the usual all metal chassis, decided to have a plastic battery cover for Samsung Galaxy S2.
But there should be no worries with regards to the feel of the phone because although it may be plastic it really looks like metal. What is good about it is the fact too that the mesh feel on the rear helps in keeping out warmness that would result from holding the device for a long time. A plus however is the 4.3 inches screen that reflects an AMOLDED plus technology once it’s turned on. It also has an 8.1MP camera with single LED flash on the rear – thus it can take very clear images. Samsung Galaxy S2 is now termed as the best phone in the market that can be for media use.