Saturday, September 10, 2011

Advantages and Disadvantages of Samsung Galaxy S II LTE (Review)

Compared to the Galaxy II, which had been circulated, the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE has increased significantly, especially in terms of hardware. In accordance with the naming of a new Samsung handset, Galaxy S II features the LTE LTE (LTE = 4G) that will provide high-speed data access in areas that have been disupportnya course.

The most striking difference is support for faster processor and screen size is more relieved. Galaxy II LTE has a Dual-core processor 1.5 GHz (up from S Galaxy II 1.2 GHz) and the screen is now measuring 4.5 inches (4.3 inches at the Galaxy S II).

In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE is also equipped with a larger battery, Li-Ion 1850 mAh (up from 1650 mAh). While other features nothing has changed as 1GB of RAM, 16GB interbal memory (microSD slot up to 32GB), an 8 megapixel camera plus a front-resolution 2MP camera, WiFi, 3.5G/HSDPA, GPS and all the features of the Galaxy II also also present here.

Samsung Galaxy S II LTE is a device with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread (v4.0 update will likely get Ice Cream Sandwich), so that he can do any activity that could be done other Android devices. Galaxy II LTE-sized 10% larger and heavier than the standard version.

Samsung Galaxy S II LTE network running in that supports 2600/1800/800 MHz HSPA well, of course also 3G and 3.5 G connectivity it supports continue to run well, even very good.

Others, not really apparent difference between the two in terms of innate features and application support call Gorilla Glass screen, support for Adobe Flash Player, document viewer / editor and photo editing and video applications.

1. Gingerbread Android v2.3 + 1.5 GHz Dual-core CPU
2. Free 1GB RAM + 8GB microSD
3. Super Plus AMOLED display
4. 3G, 3.5G, 4G LTE network
5. 8MP Camera 2MP autofocus plus videcall
6. Video recording Full HD 1080p @ 30fps
7. Large-capacity battery 1850 mAh
8. Playback DivX / XviD built in.

1. No increase in screen resolution
2. Plastic materials seem cheap
3. Losing thinner than a standard S Galaxy II

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