While there is definitely a lot to discuss about Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket phone, this Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T) cell phone review will only highlight some of the best and not so good features of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset that every person must know about the phone.
One of the most striking features of Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket phone is its size that measures 5.15 inches in height, 2.75 inches by width and 0.73 inches in thickness. This can be a discouraging feature for those looking for pocket-friendly phones. It may also a bit discomforting too for those with small hands. It also looks cheap because of the plastic material used for its exterior. But its 4.5-inch screen gives the basis for such dimension. Further, there is an ease in holding it because of its soft curves compared to other large mobile phones. Its slight texture resembles that of thin wood coating.
As what Samsung has been known for, the lively colors and clear images looks very stunning in Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket phone’s 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen. It is also very quick to respond to swipes and taps. It also boasts of an interesting new feature where one can use motion and finger gestures to give a command for the phone to follow.
Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T) cell phone review
Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset already uses dual-core processor under Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S3 with 1.5 GHz RAM size. This supports the AT&T LTE chipset which is the most recent innovation of AT&T after 4G HSPA+ network. Because the network is relatively new, its coverage is still limited to only few cities. Yet, it did not encounter any slowdown when switching applications and navigation was also smooth and quick. It also runs on Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread in combination with TouchWiz 4.0 interface, Samsung’s most recent technology. Through these combined technologies, Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket phone is able to control phone application such as Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth in a notification pull-down menu. There are seven home screens available. Shortcuts and widgets can easily be dragged and dropped to different panels for customization purposes. Resizing of panel widgets has become possible also.
The camera is also one of Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset’s highlighted features. With its 8-megapixel, it can already shoot 1080p HD video. In addition, there are varieties of options like ISO setting, color effects and white-balance controls that can be utilized to maximize the quality of photos that the camera can produce. There is also an image editor that allows photo editing and a video editor that allows to link different video clips to produce a single video with just the use of the phone. The picture quality is impressive. Photos taken under low lights looked excellent.
The main purpose of this Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T) cell phone review is to give a summary of some of the features of Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket handset while taking into consideration every important detail that a consumer would need to know about this handset.