Lunks, 16 Jun 2011Dear Friends,
My Galaxy S2's upper part gets heated up very fast on the use of Wifi or GPRS... moreyup.mine does that too. even my playbook heats up occasionally. i'm wondering if it's the processor?
This phone should really allow the front camera to record and take videos and pictures.Seriously this buggs me
Lunks, 16 Jun 2011Dear Friends, My Galaxy S2's upper part gets heated up very fast on the use of Wifi or GPRS... moredont worry boss, me to feels the same problem and my battery backup is too low. even i didnt even get for complete day. wat abt your's
Help, I am using quadrant advanced edition to benchmark my Galaxy S II, System information shows the following: model; GT-I9100, fingerprint; ends with XWKE7, os; 2.3.3, now the problems, 1- cpu 2- req. 800 MHZ, max; 1200, min 200 MHZ, 3- cores; 1. why slow clock speed & single core? how to get it to read dual cores at the 1.2 GHZ freq? can anybody explain???
my lockscreen was freezen.i put the battery out and again in.now works ok.what do you think i could be the problem
hey my mates..
i am the proud owner of this beast gals2.its awesome...i m the first person to own it in Australia.cool in'nt? Anyways this phone is Awesome.better than my laptop lol.quick,fast,smooth,bright,wat else /./?
Camera man Its AWESOME...Its great to be with Galaxy!!!!God Bless SAMSUNG!!!
Hi Galaxy S 2 owners! Happy with your phone? I am =) Does anyone know how to assign your own mp3's as message alerts? I cant seem to find the option either by going into my alerts section or selecting the mp3 through the music menu and selecting 'set as'.
My Galaxy S2's upper part gets heated up very fast on the use of Wifi or GPRS, does anyone is facing this issue.
My i9000 uses the lock button for shooting pictures. Have u tried that on the i9100?
Well, after a good day of tinkering with the phone...
Here are my thoughts...
Bearing in mind I had a Galaxy S before the GS2...
Firstly, I was worried about getting something so similar, I never use Touchwiz (I use ADW or SPB, actually changing every so often just to keep it fresh) so that wasn't the issue...
It was just, a lot of people are saying how good the screen is, but after having a GS1 - you kind of take that for granted... as reviews say it is very similar.
I can tell you having them side by side - the GS2 looks sharper and brighter and just a LOT more impressive...
The real difference is the shape / weight... the GS1 appears cheaper and chunkier than the GS2 (and it's not either!) but somehow the GS2 just makes it look like a poor man's copy...
I'm not going to go into too much depth, but suffice to say...
Major stand-out points..
The camera is just AMAZING - fantastic flash (even though not xenon) and great pictures... and it's soooo quick in starting up and taking photos (really impressive)
And speed is the main key here - my GS1 would crash quite often, it'd certainly lag and stutter, and just trying games like bejeweled 2 and RUA - the performance difference is REALLY noticeable... flowing between screens using different UIs is just brilliant, it really does set the benchmark - and the screen feels closer to the finger - which sounds strange but makes it feel really great to touch...
Sound-wise - much louder speaker (I found the GS1 a little too quiet) - but still easily coverable with your finger should it go off by accident...
Finally (and normally the biggest issue) - battery...
Well, it's only a day old, and I know batteries can take up to a week to get into their stride...
I'd say it was 1.5x better than GS1 - but obviously this varies on the widgets / data you use (I have quite a few which does suck the battery - time to reduce the frequency of updating them I think!)
Am I happy? Very.
I was worried that it wasn't different enough to warrant sticking with Samsung (I don't have a particular preference in company) - but I'm glad I did, it's simply the best phone on the market bar none - and it's going to take a heck of a lot to beat it...
Did I mention just how good the camera is??!
Can anyone tell me if NFC will be supported on SGS2 with a software updatte ? or does this require hardware changes ?
Well.. after much deliberation, watching of videos / reviews / comparisons / phones coming out in the next 6 months...
I've gone and ordered a GS2... and that's after having a G1...
Review to follow! :)
(toughest decision on a phone I've made for a looooong time)
docmartsin, 29 May 2011methinks the nokia was detroyed by the android uprising.... even local manufacturers like micr... moreI wouldn't go so far as to say quality, maybe a decade ago, not anymore.
This will hurt them in the long run.
Android is going to dominate, ~1/3 share will become 1/2 by 2015, maybe more.
I don’t know if you guys have noticed this or not…but when the SGS II first came out and was showcased at MWC the icons for Messages and Contacts were different... and now the retail version shows them to be exactly like how they used to be in TW 3.0..Why is that? Even in this review you guys can notice that in some pictures it’s exactly the same as MWC and in some picture it’s different! Why is that so? Can somebody please explain? Or is it because we get an option to change them..
John Doe, 17 May 2011Bro u need a reality check. Calling iPhone fashionable. Comeon Apple is the single force da... moremethinks the nokia was detroyed by the android uprising.... even local manufacturers like micromax has android devices.also androis appsmarket has almost all the apps that ios has... apple is quality but is it a value for money??????
There is a semi fix to the battery issues
Companies should just start using lithium polymer batteries!
There are smaller and lighter in weight with higher capacities.
So virtually in the Gs2 you could say maybe they could've put a 2,200Mah in and possibly it would've been the same size.(That is a guestament on the MAH)