Posts Tagged ‘Samsung Galaxy S II’

Just a couple of weeks ago, an early build of the official Android 4.0.1 ICS ROM for the Galaxy S II was released. Well, today, the official Touchwiz’d Android 4.0.3 ICS ROM has been leaked and we’ve got a step-by-step guide on how tot install it ready after the jump!

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Well well well, what do we have here! Samsung’s flagship super-phone – the Galaxy S II – has beaten the super-popular iPhone 4S for a Best Phone of the Year award. Details after the jump!

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The latest and, according to some, most important update to Google’s Android OS – 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – was open-sourced just a few days ago and talented folks from the hacking and developers community have already managed to get Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) working on some of the most popular handsets. In this post, we’ll guide our readers on how they can flash ICS on a Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S II. Check it out after the break!

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One of the first things bloggers do when they attend an event where a new smartphone is announced is compare said smartphone’s performance against others, more established names in the smartphone industry. Our friends over at SlashGear did exactly this at yesterday’s Nokia World, where Nokia announced its first Windows Phone 7-based smartphone called the Lumia 800, comparing its browser performance against the iPhone 4S and the Samsung Galaxy S II.

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We’ve been doing a lot of comparison posts recently, mostly involving the comparing of one feature of the iPhone 4S against a comparable feature of another smartphone and we’ll be doing one more comparison today: the video recording performance of the iPhone 4S versus that of the Galaxy S II.

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Android enthusiasts will know that the camera on Samsung’s Galaxy S II superphone is widely considered to have the best optics in the smartphone market today. Its image and video quality is, perhaps, second only to the mighty 12 megapixel sensor on the Nokia N8 (which is the only good thing about the Nokia’s Symbian-based phone).

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