Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 is an Android mobile with Android OS, v2.3 and Samsung’s TouchWiz UI v4.0. The touch-screen is pretty useful when browsing and checking e-mails. you can complete the action by simply swipe or tap the screen. Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 S2 is the thinnest phone when compare to other phone and it is 8.49 mm. The audio and video quality of s2 is awesome. Variety of video formats can be played easily in this device and also video recording is possible. Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 has 8MP Rear camera, and also 2MP Front camera. At a glance, it is quite similar to the Galaxy S1, with a high-resolution display and a sort of resemblance.
Samsung has thought about this usability issue though. You can unlock it using the central button on the front, rather than making you stretch all the way to the top edge to lock and unlock the phone. Also, the power button is housed on the right edge where it falls more easily within reach there is still a bit of a stretch though.
Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 is typically well equipped Android phone with a headphone jack on the top edge, microSD nestled next to the battery under its cover, microUSB on the bottom and a volume rocker on the left. You get 16GB or 32GB of storage onboard and can add up to 32GB via the memory slot. There is one further slip up, though. Quite simply, there’s no HDMI port. It’s not something that’s particularly useful for everyday use but being able to plug your phone into a TV is a neat way to view pictures or video. With the help of an adapter you can use the microUSB port for this purpose but these currently aren’t easily available.
Eventhough, We have few complaints when it comes to styling, but here too are not particularly blown away. The front is clearly an homage to the iPhone 4 with a mostly seamless expanse of glass except for the earpiece grille and central button. for instance, with its curved screen edges, it’s classy and minimalist, though doesn’t quite have the allure of the LG Optimus 2X. It does a good job of hiding fingerprints and scratches but doesn’t feel all that great in the hand, Meanwhile the back is a mix of glossy black plastic and a finely chequered black plastic. The latter finish adorns the battery cover, which prizes off via a thumbnail notch on the left edge, and is alarmingly thin and flimsy.