Samsung Galaxy S II 4G Android phone

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G review: 4G flies, but there are better phones on the horizon

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.00 / 5 (of 5 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 768.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Maree Maunder

3.0

1

Pros
Great sceen size for viewing photos
Cons
Short battery life.
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Whats the use of a smart phone that needs recharging twice a day when you are out and about and it goes flat you have lost the luxury of a smart phone. If you have to turn it off to be able to use it all day then it's not smart as people can't get hold of you with it turned off.

Miles A

2.5

2

Pros
4G is quick and available in more areas than expected. I find the thicker shell easier to hold than the paper thin one.
Cons
Battery life is terrible, would have liked ice cream on it also.
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I woke up this morning to my fully-charged SII4G, 6 hours later after watching a few low-res youtube vids, few texts, couple short emails, the battery was flat.

I use the phone for both personal/business, I am lucky enough to have access to power regularly throughout the day, if I didn't I would have already got rid of this phone.

I really wish these phone companies would concentrate on making smart-phones more energy efficient and make them with more powerful batteries. I don't care about super dooper resolution and screen size if I can only view it for an hour before the thing shuts down.

whizzkid

5.0

3

Pros
you
Cons
me
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NFC is available, picked one up today

soni talukdar

5.0

4

Pros
gud android
Cons
need more colour variation
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unanimous android

rakesh

5.0

5

Pros
Alagant design
Cons
12mp camera
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amazing technology

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