LTE download speeds
LTE (Long-Term Evolution) download speeds for lightning-fast downloads of movies, apps, games and web at speeds up to 4 times faster than 3G. The fastest wireless technology available today, LTE offers a superior experience for customers using highly interactive applications like multi-player games and rich multimedia communications. For more details on the LTE network, visit the Rogers website (rogers.com/lte).
1.5 GHz Dual Core Processor
Noticeably higher data transfer speeds for faster webpage loading, softer UI transitions and ultrafast power-up and power-down. 1.5 GHz Dual Core processor provides incredibly smooth full HD 1080p video capture and playback at 30fps. Great graphic performance and fast data processing—perfect for using multiple applications simultaneously. Plus, the Adobe® Flash® Technology allows for seamless web browsing.
- Android™ 2.3 Operating System
- Android Browser Supports xHTML, xHTML-MP, cHTML, HTML 4.0, Large Format HTML Rendering, AJAX, CSS 1.0, CSS 2.1
- 130.9 x 69.9 x 9.39 mm Device Size
- 2G Talk Time 5.5 Hours
3G Talk Time 5 Hours
Music Playback Time 30 Hours
- 2G Standby Time 250 Hours
3G Standby Time 250 Hours
LTE Standby Time 180 Hours
- Touch Input
- 3GP, MP4, AVI, ASF, WMV, FLV, MKV, DIVX, MPEG4, H263, H264, WMV, and XVID Video Player Format Support
- 132 g Weight
- AMOLED Plus Display Technology
- 480 x 800 24bit Display Resolution with 16M Colours
- 4.5" Display Size
- 8 MP Camera
- 4x Zoom
- Single Shot, Smile Shot, Beauty, Panorama, Action Shot, and Cartoon Shot Modes Available
- 14 Scene Modes Available
- Resolution ranges from 640 x 480 to 3264 x 2448
Samsung Galaxy S II (U.S. Cellular)
With the rapid-fire release of one smartphone after another, it's easy for once-great phones to quickly become obsolete. Luckily, the Samsung Galaxy S II is one device with staying power, and its appearance on U.S. Cellular's network is a slam dunk.
Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T)
The Samsung Galaxy S II is making the carrier rounds, and its next stop is AT&T. Available on October 2 for $199.99 with a two-year contract, the Samsung Captivate successor boasts a faster dual-core processor, sharper display, and better cameras. It...
alaTest has collected and analyzed 12945 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the camera and battery. The design and screen also get good opinions, but many are less positive about the features.
Consumer Ratings & Reviews
‘‘A true rival to it's iPhone competitor!’’
This phone is very good, it's blazing fast dual core processor delivers Android 2.3 to perfection. The SUPER AMOLED screen is very nice as well!
Tecksavyy101 on 2013-12-15
‘‘Great Business Phone’’
Has all the features you need, easy to add and maintain contacts, great internet speed, handles PDF's with ease, battery life is short and needs to be plugged in mid day but it does charge very fast.
NeilH on 2013-12-11
‘‘This phone is still a game changer !’’
Never thought a phone could keep my life so 'in order' but this one does everything so effortlessly that it makes my busiest days go smooth. Trying to balance between calls/texts and masses of emails ...
FabPhoneGalaxySII on 2013-12-11
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