Sunday, July 3, 2011

Samsung Galaxy S2 Reviews

Samsung Galaxy S2 has started reaching countries like UK and South Korea and will soon be available in over 120 countries by the end of June. This Samsung Flagship smartphone is the recent Android superphone to reach market, with 1.2 GHz processor, 1GB RAM combined with Android 2.3.

But no phone is complete without Apps, especially an Android smartphone. Chances are that your telecom operator or Samsung will factory-install a number of most useful apps including the likes of Facebook, Twitter, e-book reader or more. But these aren’t all, with over 170,000 apps available in Android Market; you can always download more useful apps from Android Market.

We have compiled a list of some of the coolest and most useful apps for your phone available in Android Market right now. These are just 16 apps, so if you think we have missed some cool apps, which will be useful for others too, simply list them in the comments below or share your Appbrain lists.
The Galaxy S2 smartphone is expected to arrive on Verizon network as the “Function” phone in July, and Sprint may have it in September. Even AT&T will have its hands a version called “Attain.” There was no confirmation on any version going to T-Mobile, but a new rumored smartphone, known as the Samsung Hercules, has emerged out of the blue and is expected to be T-Mobile’s flagship phone.
Samsung recently announced that they would show off their new dual core Android smartphone at MWC 2011 next week, and now it looks like we have some possibly specifications on the Samsung Galaxy S2.

One online retailer, has listed some specifications for the Galaxy S2, which include a dual core 1.2GHz Samsung Orion processor, plus a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display.
Samsung's history in the smartphone game has been pretty quiet - a few budget offerings, some false starts with Windows Mobile and the popular Galaxy S is pretty much it.

With the Samsung Galaxy S2, the Korean firm has taken another step forward by putting all the best technology it can into a ridiculously thin mobile.

The Galaxy S2's main talking point is the Super AMOLED+ screen, featuring a whole host of new tech to make it far superior to even its predecessor.
# Adobe Reader: Best PDF Reader for your Galaxy S II.
# Google Docs: Access your Google Docs on the go with this official Android app. You can even open new documents/spreadsheets and more. Only downside is the requirement for data connection.

# Read It later: View or add to your reading list from any computer or mobile device. You can save articles from practically anywhere: your computer, browser, phone, mobile device and within over 130 applications that have Read It Later Support. Must have for anyone who spends time reading news/articles and other stuff on the web.
# Kindle/Nook for Android: No need for any introduction for these two. Read e-books directly on your Samsung Galaxy S II from your Kindle library or Nook library respectively. Both are official apps, so you can also track your accounts or buy new books.
# How Stuff Works: The HowStuffWorks Android app not only gives you instant access to a massive collection of articles and podcasts right on your Android device, but also gives you direct access to our famous podcasters and HowStuffWorks experts.

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