Friday, December 30, 2011

The Galaxy S2, Evolved

There is a rumor circulating among tech circles that the faster and better version of the Samsung Galaxy S2 will also arrive in the US. Dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy S2 HD LTE, it was recently released exclusively in South Korea. But until Samsung confirms its release in the US, Galaxy fans in other countries may have to sulk at not being able to get the first hands on it. The following is a quick over view of the Samsung Galaxy S2 HD LTE.

The Samsung Galaxy S2 HD LTE is one of the first few smart-phones in the world to have used the HD Super AMOLED display. With thousands of colors, it gives off jaw-dropping and eye-popping visuals. This will be an extreme delight for those with meticulous aesthetic standards. And speaking of design, it is slightly slimmer and thinner than its predecessor, measuring 9.5 mm thick and 4.6 oz light.

As for the cameras, the Samsung Galaxy S2 HD LTE features an 8-megapixel at the back and a 2-megapixel on the front.

The Samsung Galaxy S2 HD LTE carries a monster of a processor – a 1.5 GHz dual-core QualComm processor and an Adreno 220 GPU. It runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Moreover, it packs a 16 gigabyte internal storage, expandable up to 32 gigabyte, with 1 gigabyte of RAM.

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