I have One question: Gorilla Glass for galaxy S2 will be Scratch-resistant surface or not?
sammy s2, 06 May 2011guys, today I went to phone 4u and hold the actual phone in my hand and played with it, every... moreI think back cover shd not b prob. You should check out the specs of this phone dude.... If you still belv back cover is important then i dont think u r worth using this phone... sorry dude dont want to offend u...but u comment is a dumb one.... are u a gal by any chance :-)
Kies software doesn't work which means that this phone is excessively expensive considering it cannot be connected to PC
sammy s2, 06 May 2011guys, today I went to phone 4u and hold the actual phone in my hand and played with it, every... moreWhat are you talking about the back cover on the sgs was like that everyone moaned about it but it was very strong if you buy phones for their back covet then your as sad as you sound.
vetti Koodhi, 06 May 2011The phone is fantastic. Had it for a week. My first Android phone (used an iPhone all along) a... moreThe phone The phone The phone The phone The phone wow!
I cannot post this without addressing outstanding issues so here goes.
If you pick a nickname that is a from a comedy franchise then you would think that would be an expression of you demeanour. NO ! first three lines just ords and those who read it, HE TURNED. Worst case of Galaxian fever SGS II strain I have ever come across. I will be posting stages of SGSII in the well known forum of wikipedia, and whilst I am on wikipedia it seems to me that Samsung are kinda sticking to those release date" I do know the antidote for SGS II is is to purchase an SGSII phone
So back to the above, every time I logged in "When is it going to come to country X?" so I posted and well there you go.
I would offer the hand of friendship to (?) but I actually need it.
The phone The phone The phone The phone The phone. Yes I have seen it, touched it, it's real. Circumstances are cousin holiday wanted phone before holiday I HAVE PLASTIC so ordered it O2 on his behalf and you know that phones are shipped to the billing address, It was the least I could do family.
Had it for over an hour I don't think you even need a manual it does everything! quick answers silenced when turned over. beefed up security, other people have mentioned HTC Sense wouldn't know but a security feature is linked to GPS which I think is like the HTC?
Did not get that far with security but there it is.
Icons do what they say, it just seems impossible to get lost using this phone allow list running apps! . I did everything WITHOUT looking at the manual once.
Thin for those who don't know what thin is the 3.5mm jack probably limits the phone from being any thinner or put another way did they build the phone around the jack? barely fits
I thought I knew everything about the SGS II, I only have stage 4 SGS II fever (BTW how is it spread?)
but this is no experience I have ever experienced (copy! oh come on now)
this is to put it mildly just a (highly contagious) dual core phone, the phone just does it after 5 minutes it just good (ratcheting expectations down) , too many words INTUITIVE
google search icon question answered,lag what lag. There is a reason why I waited i just thought I would be surprised at a few thing, I could not have been more wronger, you are all expecting that brilliant quote, "SGS II"
In a nutshell I wanted a Nokia or HTC that well bought us to LG 2X. Minding my own business singing my song "Gonna buy an LG 2X dual core phone baby , I'm so happy LG baby"
Then MWC SGS II announced at first I thought they got the specs wrong but they did not.
I don't really need to upgrade my phone and not being a snob you could not give me a single core phone!
Not being a snob I could not and would not settled for any dual core phone currently available or due for release, any premium phone whose specs were announced since September 2010 could give my current mobiles a lesson in telephony, the sad part is that I may have to buy another phone as my non-smart touch phone is "resistive" and I literally could not get it to work after the SGS II.
you want the above in 3 words "IT'S NOT HYPE"
now stage 6 SGS II fever
sammy s2, 06 May 2011guys, today I went to phone 4u and hold the actual phone in my hand and played with it, every... moreNotice how you were ok with the feel until you actually saw and felt the back cover? Yes it is real thin, but that was only to reserve the fact that this is the thinnest smart phone and to keep it weight and cost efficient. And it is surprisingly sturdy for itself. Like you said. You had no problem until you knew about the back cover. It has a good feel, it stays in place, it's slip resistant, and it keeps the phone very very slender. If they had figured out a way to do all that with a sturdier one it would have been great, but all in all this one does it;s job.
if i had 550 euros, i wouldn't spend it on anything else but this amazing gorgeous phone! thumbs up Samsung! Good job!
your all missing the point in the crappy thin back cover its supposed to be super thin super light and soft touch how often do you have the back of your phone off its any longer than 5 minutes then your a sad sod
guys, today I went to phone 4u and hold the actual phone in my hand and played with it,
everything about it was beyond this world till the seller took the back cover out, which almost gave me a heart attack, its thin, flimsy, bendy, cheap, and not stylish, I was truly shocked that samsung selling this phone for £500 with such a low quality back cover, it felt so cheap and so disapointing to the point that I now changed my mind buying this phone, they should do better than this if they want to stay in competetion, I am not touching this till they come up with the proper solid back cover!!
I think its a joke that they selling this for £500, peace of plastic which feels so cheap in hand.
any other views and comments very welcome
The phone is fantastic. Had it for a week. My first Android phone (used an iPhone all along) and I just love it. The interface is slick and the customising options are great (didnt get that in the iphone :(
Bing Google, 06 May 2011This really makes me angry. Having commented on this very topic myself there was an excellent ... moreThe poster was asking what Burn In is...not whether there is burn-in in Galaxy S or SII. I think you should read the query before jumping all over the place with your conclusions!
I had the samsung galaxy S felt it wasn't the finished article, too much lag, forced closing of applications not accurate gps and poor battery life. Samsung S2 works like a dream phone a must.
PinkPanther, 06 May 2011Friends wat does brun in means ?? i read that there is burn in the samsung galaxy s1 when tur... moreThis really makes me angry. Having commented on this very topic myself there was an excellent post by Joonius again this topic is raised. The short answer is if there was a problem in the Galaxy 1 it is to be resolved in the galaxy 1 forum, not here SGSII forum search there & post there, and not here, again you are asking all types of questions will it be Atrix, Arc next. I don't know when you read it but when we posted there was NOT ONE complaint of screen burn in the Galaxy I forum o.k. Do you know where the Galaxy 1 forum is? You simply do not know the havoc that was created the last time this 'debate' was started so read then post. That I hope ends it.
PinkPanther, 06 May 2011Friends wat does brun in means ?? i read that there is burn in the samsung galaxy s1 when tur... moreits nothing to worry about, to burn teh image into the screen you would need to leave a static image on screen for over ten hours a day 365 days a year, the average user would not do this at all, only display models are likely to suffer from this