Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone official

Samsung Electronics today announced the successor of its million-selling Galaxy S smartphone – the Galaxy S II(Model: GT-I9100).  Samsung’s new flagship smartphone is powered by 1GHz Samsung dual-core processor and runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with TouchWiz UI v4.0.

It has 4.27-inch (800×480) Super AMOLED Plus screen with RealStripe screen technology packed in just 8.49mm thick body which weighs 116 grams with its 1650 mAh battery inside. The phone has 1GB of RAM, 3-axis Gyroscope and Accelerometer sensors, proximity sensor, a digital compass, , A-GPS,, HSPA+ connectivity, WiFi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0+HS, 16/32GB of internal storage, a microSD slot and a 8-mgapixel camera with 1flash and 1080p full HD recording.

Samsung Galaxy S II

The Galaxy S II includes access to Samsung’s four new content and entertainment hubs, providing access to music, games, e-reading and social networking services, as well packs a vide range of enterprise mobility solutions, including conferencing and connectivity services from Cisco, mobile implementation of Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and secure remote device management from Sybase.

New for the Samsung GALAXY S II, is the Live Panel service that aggregates live web and application contents to a single customizable home-screen. Customers can design the lay-out of their own Live Panel, online services and mobile apps to appear on-screen. SNS feeds, information and many more applications can all be embedded and accessed instantly through the magazine-like layout.

Samsung Galaxy S II (GT-I9100)

With included Kies Air users can manage their smartphone contents from their PC, via local WiFi connections and be able to download photos taken on the built-in camera, listen to music, check missed calls and send messages in the web browser on their PC. The WiFi Direct feature will allows consumers to connect to wireless-enabled PCs and printers without the need for wireless access points.

The Galaxy S II should be released in several European and Asian markets this quarter.

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