People have a lot of expectations from a company when it declares that a particular product is going to be the flagship product and in the mobile phone market that is highly competitive you cannot make such an announcement and expect the market to simply forget it. It is not only the customers who will be interested but it will also catch the attention of the other competitors who are eager to have their hands full of impressive market share. So when some time ago Samsung decided that they are coming out with their flagship handset in the form of the galaxy S series all the lime light was focused at this Korean firm and with the final results out they have done impressively well.
The best part must be the OS, and yes it is as expected, as the astounding android 4.0 has been upgraded to this phone and is really one of the most pleasing features of the Samsung galaxy s2. The age of the smart SIM free phones are passing by in a fast pace as the smarter phone is the new in thing. These devices are being packed with dual core processors and the big boys in the market are muscling tier way into the customers’ heart with quad core processors which provide one with an ultimate execution speed. The s2 has the 1.2 GHz cortex dual core processor and so the device will not hang up when you might be executing two to three functions at a time.
The exterior of the S2 is very sleek and attractive. It is quite light at 116 grams which fits well in the pocket as it is impossibly thin but it is just the protruding bump on the back of the phone which is a bit cranky for many. The back of the phone has the mesh pattern which does not allow you to have a lousy grip while the phone warms up during prolonged use. The 4.3 inches screen of the Samsung galaxy s2 is really hard to miss in the first glance which scores over the other SIM free phones on the shelf.