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22nd September 2014
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The massive-selling Galaxy S2 white edition teams knockout looks with a gorgeous 4.3-inch SuperAMOLED Plus display, the latest version of Android and masses of processing power. Improving on its predecessor the Galaxy S in every way, this really is a state of the art smartphone.
Phones don't come much better looking than the Galaxy S2. Or sleeker. Weighing in at 116g and measuring just 8.5mm thick, it's a contender for the slimmest smartphone so far. But if you're thinking that means there's no room for functions, think again. This phone's specs are second to none.
At the heart of the S2 is a screen that puts most other smartphone in the shade. At 4.3-inches and with 800x480 resolution, it delivers images so pin-sharp and vibrant that you'll wonder why you bother with your TV.
And it excels as a cameraphone, too. That's thanks to the excellent, rear-mounted eight megapixel camera that offers an array of effects to help you get the best images possible. And it records video in high definition too to really bring your mini movies to life. At the front of the phone, you'll also find a secondary 1.3 megapixel lens for video calling, so you'll be able to see your nearest and dearest while you talk.
If real brawn is what you're looking for in a mobile phone, the S2 is second to none. With the hot Gingerbread version of Android powering it, teamed with a 1GHz dual core Exnos processor, this phone runs twice as fast and smoothly as a lot of its rivals. And that means you'll be able to multi-task with ease to really make the most of your time.
Other features of the Galaxy S2 include support for Near Field Communications technology for contact-less payments for goods and services, a web browser, A-GPS for easy route-finding, media player and a host of connectivity options.
As with all Android phones, the S2 offers an array of free and paid for apps to choose from, taking in everything from fun games to practical business apps. To get you started, there's a host of Google apps pre-installed, such as YouTube, Google Maps and Gmail.