What Makes Smartphones Smart
Mobile technology growth has exploded in leaps and bounds during the last few years. Handsets have become so powerful that we can hardly call them phones anymore. So, what do we call a device that makes calls, plays videos, takes pictures, and more—try Smartphone—a clever gadget does more than just make calls.
Like a Regular Mobile, but Smart
Owning a Samsung Smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S II is similar to owning a regular phone, a camera, an MP3 player and a portable game console all in one. And that’s just for starters: You can also send and receive emails and access the web with ease with the keyboard interface for easy typing*.
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Use as a PC in Your Palm
The Samsung Galaxy S II can be used as a pocket-sized personal computer. This smarphone contains a Google Andriod operating system which runs the show and keep the device humming along quickly.
This operating system also enables the smartphone to run applications (better known as "apps"), which is yet another key difference from a "regular" Samsung mobile phone. There are tens of thousands of apps available, both free and paid, in categories including business, gaming, entertainment, cooking, and more.
Which Smartphone is Right for You?
What matters most to you—screen size or a full keyboard? Take into account the phone's brightness, your eyesight, and your finger agility, as you determine which phone will fit most seamlessly into your life. If you're looking to shoot video, focus on memory capability. If you take pictures in dark settings, make sure your phone has a flash. And although pixels matter for taking good pictures, a quality lens is even more important. If you want to store large files—like music, pictures, or video—choose a phone with a high memory capacity.
Make your smartphone a brilliant purchase, geared precisely for your lifestyle and needs.