Thursday, January 19, 2012

Samsung S2 Galaxy in UK

                                                         Samsung S2 Galaxy in UK

The Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for the Samsung S2 Galaxy in UK has already made its way to the device via ROM, but these recent Android 4.0 updates have not been issued officially by Samsung or Google and come with its own share of bugs.
Internet is overflowing with reports claiming that Samsung Galaxy SII HD will soon be launched in U.K. So let's have a look at some of the specification, which the Samsung Galaxy SII HD version can sport.

It may have a super AMOLED multi-touch screen display. Samsung Galaxy SII HD supposedly is working on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. People are expecting the HD version of Samsung Galaxy SII to be launched in the next month. For several months the Samsung Galaxy S2 has been known as the best smartphone leading most of the lists of top smartphones. Perhaps Samsung thought its Galaxy S2 was unreachable, but not so long ago Apple released the new iPhone 4S with a number of updated specs and features… and we all understood that the Galaxy S2’s position is now shaken.

So which phone is cooler – the Samsung Galaxy S2 or the Apple iPhone 4S? The resolution of the iPhone 4S’s screen is higher – 960 x 640. So… here the winner is the iPhone 4S with its super screen, though I personally like the display of the Samsung Galaxy S2, too.

The unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S2 costs £397.99 on Amazon, while the 16GB iPhone 4S is more expensive – £593.15. Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Apple iPhone 4S are both very good smartphones, no doubt, and both have their stronger and weaker sides. The Galaxy S2 is a bit faster thanks to its processor, while the iPhone 4S has a better display and Siri that has caught so much attention.

Other devices also expected to get the update include the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket on AT&T, the Galaxy R and all the Galaxy Tabs starting at 7.0 Plus.
Android 4.0, better known as Ice Cream Sandwich, officially launched on the Galaxy Nexus smartphone earlier this month. The Samsung Galaxy S2 was one of the first devices expected to receive the software, but not officially until next year.


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