About Samsung Galaxy S2

The Samsung Galaxy S2 phone was released in 2011 and was the successor to the Galaxy S phone, before eventually being succeeded by the SIII in May 2012. The phone runs on the Android operating system and has used many different versions of that OS in its lifetime, including Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Jelly Bean. At its launch the Samsung Galaxy S2 was one of the slimmest phones available with a maximum thickness of 9.91 mm at its biggest parts, making it perfect for pocket storage. The phone has a great raft of features for its time and even today still packs quite a punch. This Samsung smartphone is fitted with a 1.2 GHz dual core processor and an impressive 1 GB of RAM. The screen, a 4.3 inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display, is one of its best features. The , while the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S2 isn’t anything to be sniffed at either, with an 8-MP version installed, as well as a flash and the ability to record full HD video at 1080p. Unlike some of its rivals, such as the iPhone, the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S2 can be replaced should the need arise. You can draw ten hours of heavy use from a single battery charge, or up to two days of lighter use. As applications from the Google Play store can be installed on the phone, thanks to the use of the Android operating system, owning this phone allows you to reproduce many of the tasks you might perform on a home computer, including playing games, using Skype, taking notes, and watching videos.