Just Top Mobiles, 12 Apr 2012G M (: SGS2 Fans Does any one get ics in ( U.A.E ) ?! i haven't got yet
How can I install free apps on the S2 like how the intallous works for iPhone?
samy, 12 Apr 2012i had iphone 4 before.but this is something else.it s much better than that.just touch is a li... moreExactly no need to put any screen on SII. I removed on 2nd day and even after 11 months it is as good as new and scratch less too. This beauty is better without any veil.
i had iphone 4 before.but this is something else.it s much better than that.just touch is a little weak.i don t know is it scratchless or not?should i remove screen protector or not?help me plz
I just flashed my sgs2 to ics4.0(united kingdom version)and iam in india...Guys dont worry i hav been using ics4.0(UK) for a month....And i dont care whether samsung will release ics in india or not...because iam already using it...
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Excellent phone and really improved software... a complete phone in all respects... handiness, powerful hardware, reliable software, strong specifications and the screen resolution and glass quality are fantastic
it is waste plz dont buy it i have buyied s2 it is hanging and in have exchanged with another s2 it is not charging although it is waroust
AMAZING PHONE. TRUE FREE Phone, unlike iPhone is all kinds of locked and uncustomization.
sehar, 11 Apr 2012month ago ICS relesed and still no update for Asia.this is not true. some asian countries have recvd updates like nepal, taiwan, bangladesh...
i changed my csc to nepal and installed nepalease update on my s2. i m in india and know that it will be months before the update is made available here. decided not to wait.
gt my S2 today, still new didnt use tht much... I am new to Android... It looks ok for me as of today... Will be waiting fr the better xperience tomrw...
best phone so far.will overheat if play hard..but still best even compare to iphone
Looks nice, easy to use, intuitive interface. I've never used a touchscreen device until now. It took perhaps five minutes to learn the most important features. However, there are some arcane functions buried not very deep in the secret innards which functions I don't use because I have absolutely no idea what they do. The manual explains how to use them, but since I don't know what the terms mean or why they are wonderful things, the manual is of no use to me.
The battery does not last long enough.
The next section deals with physical layout, not functional quality. This not a gripe about whether the machine works; it is me whining about where things are. The USB port should be on the top of the machine rather than the bottom. No matter to what I am connected, one or more of three inconvenient things can happen; I must read upside down, the cord drapes over the face of the screen or, if I have rolled the cord, the lump gets in the way of everything else.
My take? Nice gizmo, but needs some tweaks.
John (that Alaska guy)