Galaxy S II Samsung

  • I9100
    • I777
    • I9100
    • I9100G
    • T989
  • clock speed
    1.2
    GHz
  • RAM
    1
    GB
  • size
    4.3
    inches
  • resolution
    216
    ppi

Review Breakdown

Samsung Galaxy S II

Display

PPI, brightness, contrast ratio in sunlight and contrast ratio
8.2

Processing power

linpack, quadrant and sunspider
5.6

Camera

sensor size and aperture
5.6

Battery life

3g talk time, web vrowsing and video playback
6.8

Music

voice volume and music volume
9.3

Geekaphone Score

7.1

Detailed Comparison

display

Size
4.3"
Resolution
800 x 480 (216 ppi)
Panel
Super AMOLED Plus (RGB Matrix)
Brightness
362 cd/m²
Contrast in sunlight
2.832
Surface
Gorilla Glass
Video out
1080p (Micro HDMI)

processor

System on a chip
Samsung Exynos 4 (Dual 4210)
CPU
1.2 GHz, ARM Cortex A9
Architecture
Dual core
Linpack
47
Quadrant
3,467
GPU
266 MHz, ARM Mali-400
Architecture
Quad core
GL benchmark 2.5
--
Epic citadel
--
Basemark x
--
RAM
1 GB

camera

Lens
f/2.0, 4 mm (30 mm equiv.)
Resolution
8 MP (3264 x 2448)
Sensor
1/3" (4.8 mm × 3.6 mm)
Light sensitivity
--
Flash
LED
Autofocus
Yes
Image stabilization
Digital
Panorama
Yes
Continuous shooting
Yes
Aperture
f/2.0
Secondary camera
2 MP

video

Video resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps
Video file format
MP4 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
Maximum bitrate
20 Mbps
Video light
Yes

battery

Type
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Capacity
1,650 mA·h
Talk time
515 min
Standby time
10,020 min
Tested
3G talk time
515 min
Web browsing
264 min
Video playback
480 min

music

Speaker
Mono (Back)
Frequency response
+0.04, -0.09
Noise level
-91.4 dB
Headphone
3.5 mm
Frequency response
+1.05, -0.22
Noise level
-90 dB
FM radio
Receive

form factor

Size
66.1 x 125.3 x 8.5 mm
Weight
116 g
Body
Plastic
Keyboard
None
Buttons
Home, Volume, Back, Multitask

software

Operating system
Android 2.3.4
Upgradable to
Android 4.1.2
Custom UI
--
Onscreen keyboards
  1. Standard (predictive)
  2. Swype (predictive)
Sunspider
3,385 ms

connectivity

Network
3.5G, HSDPA (21.1 Mb/s)
WiFi
802.11a/b/g/n (Hotspot, WiFi Direct)
NFC
No
Bluetooth
3.0
USB On-the-Go
Yes

features

Internal storage
16 GB, 32 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
Included accessories
Charger
SIM card
Mini-SIM
Speaker volume (Voice)
70 dB
Speaker volume (Music)
66.6 dB
Special-features

sensors

Location
A-GPS, GLONASS
Gyroscope
Yes
Accelerometer
Yes
Light sensor
Yes
Proximity sensor
Yes
Compass
Yes
Thermometer
No
Barometer
No
Hygrometer
No
Showing 23 comments.
Amazing phone for the price but you should get nokia lumia 520 better price close comparisim
Iphones can do better than that!!!!.....
Should i buy it now?
What about SGH-I9100 S II G ?
Nexus
Samsung Has an old foolish Designer and every time they fail with design , But its really a good phone :) i like it
hi every one i have to ask u all tha if i put scratch gaurd on my sII and after some time it is showing scratches so t is possible that the screen might also have been scratch oronly the gaurd  ?
Am gonna buy it but I want to ask what about the battery and the speakers??        Thanks
Do any one know if the galaxy sII battery and speakers are good or not?
it looks very goood phone :) , it can beat xperia ray and nokia N8,700
There is no solid info about this phone having nfc in the website of the samsung. this is a little bit ambiguous. while buying this phone, be careful about this.
I don't think so... Even if I really love the nexus and it is my telephone I have 2 admit that the SGS II is so much better than it.. And the nexus beats the note so it goes like that: galaxy S II>galaxy nexus>galaxy note all of them are fantastic but trough years only the galaxy S II will never lose its value
samsung phones are nice but their input method is awkward....a time comes when touch input no longer works.
Only galaxy Note I717 and Nexus can beat this beast..
Nexus?
yes there is....nokia 1100
Is their any phone to beat it..
The features are no hype.  It's actually as good as is shown by GeekaPhone magic elves. I have owned the Galaxy S, (T-mobile Vibrant) since the day it came out and have truly appreciated the ingenuity expressed by Samsung.  They've out done themselves with the Galaxy S II.  The phone actually feels lighter and yet it's quite a bit larger.  The speed and performance of the screen shifting and app downloading/ installation is superb.   The responsiveness of the screen is better than the SGS1 and I'd never had trouble with it.  The screen is bright and clear, even when using the lower brightness settings.  Android 2.3.5 in conjunction with the SGS2 is awesome.  
The Full Android Experience , with great screen , speed and cam
有点贵
This is my best phone ever!! *my presshhhoooouuuusss*
lol, and FIRST COMMENT!!!
I want this phone!! Is it ever going to be officially released in the us? Has it already?