Samsun Galaxy S 2 has HDMI output.
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
New standard first used in the Samsung Galaxy S2 to output HDMI and charge at the same time through the Micro-USB connector, it also allows for some data to be sent back from HDMI such as using the TVs standard remote control to also remote control the device.
You might say that it looks like the iPhone but apple can't make a phone that is as slim as my iPod touch 2g. I can't wait for this thing
Well... hard to say this but... SE Arc looks so outdated now... competition is great yeah!
samsung galaxy 9000 was best screen...if s2 betters it..amazing.If s2 has better sound n volume and strong reception...it would be unbeatable...i m waitg.
It seem samsung is leaping way ahead of apple, nokia and sony in display...be it mobile or TV.
samsung know visual is the most inportant aspect in electronics.
The galaxy 2 is a monster, not only is it bigger than the galaxy but also pricing seems to have gone over the boarder, Samsung think this phone is a iphone, which they have stated the retail pricing is US$1100. or if your in EU- 700 Euros. this phone is great but who pays even above 700 Dollars on a new generation phone, obviously it has to be affordable depending on the current generation of advanced electronics where it gets updated every 6-8 months. for your info the galaxy was released in june of 2010. which is technically 7 months ago. Pricing this phone near Iphone standards is utter-useless because this is not a Apple. it is a samsung.
Galaxy S2, 17 Feb 2011no one has yet answer my question! is the back still plasticy or they have changed that? ... moreStill plastic. But thankfully, not a shiny one. It looks more elegant than s1 actually.
Oligarch, 17 Feb 2011why are these kinds of samusung smartphones so ridiculously expensive? this phone will retail ... moreWhen they make Samsung Galaxy II unaffordable for common man, Sammy will fail!!! The success of Samsung Galaxy S is not only its features but value for money. Samsumg Omnia failed in all places precisely because of this. Galaxy Pad is a good example!
One wrong pricing can cause perpetual damage to Samsung which has started the year well and indeed performed well in 2010 as well. I don't think they will screw up.