Samsung Galaxy S2 4G

Last updated: Apr 25th, 2012.

The Galaxy S2 (sometimes known as the Galaxy S II) is the follow up to Samsung's widely successful Galaxy S lineup. This time, the Galaxy S2 raises all the stakes and Samsung has found a way to double almost every spec in a true, one of a kind sequel.

With a 4.3-inch SAMOLED Plus screen (no more Pentile Matrix display), 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos processor, 8MP rear camera/ 2MP front-facing camera, both 1080p recording and playback, NFC capabilities, great battery life and one of the thinnest phones on the globe, the Galaxy S2 is a welcome update to the Galaxy family. Superphones don't get much better than this.

Many have heralded the S II as being the best smartphone to come out yet, with some reviewers saying that even the iPhone 4 can't beat it. It has Samsung's overlay, TouchWiz 4.0, which is said to be leaps and bounds better than 3.0.

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White Samsung Galaxy S II’s Now Available At T-Mobile Retail Stores

The white Galaxy S II has been available for quite sometime via T-Mobile’s site, but unfortunately these pale devices were sold exclusively online only. Well, today, TMoNews caught wind that brick and mortar stores had begun receiving shipments of the white GSII, and that they will officially go on sale tomorrow. So, if for some …

T-Mobile’s White Samsung Galaxy S II Now Available Online for $230

Following news that the T-Mobile Galaxy S II would be getting a software upgrade to add WiFi calling, the white version of that very phone is  now available online (or through telesales and customer care). It’s a 4.5 inch Super AMOLED Plus gem with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and HSPA+ radios. It can be yours …

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Software Upgrade Goes Out Today

The HTC Amaze 4G isn’t the only T-Mobile Android phone getting some upgrade love. The Samsung Galaxy S II is also getting an upgrade over the air and via Kies Mini. Like the Amaze 4G’s upgrade it’s also getting WiFi calling and numerous fixes and enhancements for battery and caller ID features. Be on the …

T-Mobile Confirms White Samsung Galaxy S II To Make Its Debut Next Week

Today, T-Mobile let the world know via Twitter, that the all new white version of their Galaxy S II superphone will be making its debut next Wednesday, December 14th. The new paler looking GS2 will only be available online so don’t bother getting dressed and into your T-Mobile store if you were looking to get …

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Successfully Rooted

I have some good news for all you ROM and flashing addicts out there. The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II has been successfully rooted and the process is almost scary easy. Now, I don’t think there are any custom/modified ROMs just yet but this should give GS2 users the ability to remove any and all …

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Source Code Released

While Samsung may not have the best track record when it comes to updating their device’s to the latest version of Android — they don’t mess around with that source code. The T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S II found its kernel source exposed for all to see today via Samsung’s official site. Although …

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II Now Available

Alongside today’s availability of the HTC Amaze 4G, T-Mobile’s now offering their version of the Samsung Galaxy S II. As you may know, their version differs in processor type from the other carriers’ – they opted to go with a Qualcomm 1.5GHz dual-core processor instead of Samsung’s Exynos in order to provide speeds up to …

Hands On: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II (Hercules)

Blogging to you live from beautiful San Diego, CA for the 2011 CTIA conference, Rob and I went hands on with the T-Mobile Galaxy S II — previously known as the Hercules — to give you our initial impressions with the device.From all the pictures and videos I’ve seen of the Canadian version of this …

T-Mobile USA Samsung Galaxy S II Presales Begin Today for $230

T-Mobile’s opened up the floodgates for all of you hoping to get in on the Galaxy S II fun. For $230 you can claim your own unit of the 4.5 inch device that is still considered to be one of the best smartphones in the game today. T-Mobile’s version varies a bit from everyone else’s …