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New hardware ............................ >>>>July 2 2012 at 4:33 PM
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Leslie S (Login LES2900)
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I present you the Samsung Android i727 or Galaxy S II. Before this, I had the Samsung i896 aka Galaxy S which was an older model but still very good. Here are some pics of the new Samsung
Here are some of the features listed on the side of the box and I must ad that I`m prety impressed.
The usual thing to be found inside the box: manual, wall charger, USB cable, head phones and battery
The user replaceble battery size and capacity are increased from the older Galaxy S model from 1500 mAh to 1850 mAh. You may think this way the phone can stay on longer? you wish! Dual core 1.5 Ghz CPU and a larger screen plus apps running, will kill the battery in about 24 hours. Lucky there are "power manager" apps out there. The one that come installed its prety basic and doesn`t do a whole lot
Digital camera was increased from 5 MP to 8 MP and a LED flash added to the mix.
In this model, Samsung also included a 2 MP front facing camera. Next to the ear piece, can be seen a light sensor and a proximity sensor.
Again, Samsung made this almost impossibly thin design.
Comparing the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S II
The thickness is identical or there may be a small difference that is not even worth mentioning.
The Samsung Galaxy S II comes with an 13GB on board storage and with the option to ad a microSD card up to 32Gb.
The only rival, as we all know, its the iPhone. But what keeps them apart is the huge flexibility of the Android system and the price.
So there you have it... If in the near future you think about a cell phone (well, with the above mentioned capabilities this is a pocket size laptop) you may wanna take a look at this phone.
Thanks for reading
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