htc n sony r @ the top to provide best lookin device in this range.s2 is good but could b much better,how many f u think..??
I have had the phone half a year, and I always loved the camera, very vibrant colours and clear pictures.
Then suddenly all my camera images became very unclear, with a white layer of distortion or dirt over all images.
Anyone had the same problem and got it solved? It really bugs me because, after half a year the same problem appeared on my original galaxy s, which was the reason why I bought the S2!
I know this is a highly subjective question but I want to know what people think the most important features are when comparing Android phones. I'm guessing phones with the Tegra 2 or other dual core variations will appeal to power users while display enthusiasts will either go for a SAMOLED+ or qHD LCD. I believe hardcore Android nerds will say that the latest Nexus is the best because of its stock UI. Do you look for a durable aluminum enclosure? Or perhaps it's the camera that is a deciding...
Out of the box the phone works with ATT. Both bands for att are supported and you do get HSPA+. This phone has literally got to be the best phone I have ever used, nice slim profile, unbelievably light, nice bright crisp Super amoled plus screen and amazing battery life.
There does seem to be a bug where the Artist name from lossless M4A files isn't recognised.
core power. I'm thinking it's thin profile and light weight could lend itself perfectly to a moderately extended battery and finally mean great battery life. If what they say about the lower power consumption of the super amoled plus is true, we should see improved battery life over the original galaxy S even at the larger screen size.
It's funny how Motorola claimed that the Atrix was the most powerful phone, and just a few weeks later it's been topped.
Some have 4, some 2, some have 4 but in completely opposite positions! AHHHH, now this instead of staying with the previous samsung model on the Nexus S and Galaxy phones, they went and REadded a trackpad(which is old android imho) and removed two of the bottens, and this touchwiz CRAP should not be allowed on android either. I hope that when Android 3.0 comes to handsets, these layers are GONE and then google enforces a mandatory button configuration. I have a nexus s, and I am not buying any...