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...
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Consumer Ratings & Reviews
This is an amazing phone and I have been blown away as soon as I got it. The phone is big enough that you don't feel as if you are going to break it if you drop it, but slim enough that it isn't a clu...
jess1331 on 2013-03-23
Amazing phone, I've had no problems. Screen is awesome despite not being HD. Battery life has been quite good compared to similar phones when this came out. Lots of ways to customize and make it your ...
pnd83 on 2013-03-06
‘‘Im in Love!’’
I was a blackberry user and always was jealous of my wife's iPhone- until I got the SII LTE! This phone has a nice big screen and I find it very user friendly. The is no way I will switch from Samsung...
Champion on 2013-02-28
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