When Android has begun to democratize almost two years now, Samsung has not immediately backed the operating system from Google were able to do as HTC and Motorola. The Korean manufacturer has taken its time, merely a first step to launch mid-range smartphones like the first Galaxy and the Galaxy Spica. It was not until last summer to see out the big guns with the first Galaxy S. The success of this product was massive and immediate. So much so that Samsung announced that it had passed the 10 million units sold worldwide as of January 2011, after just over six months of life.
The smartphone features a large multi-touch screen of 4.3 inch AMOLED technology Super Plus, and has a WVGA resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. This display is certified "Gorilla Glass", which should give it some resistance to small uncertainties of
everyday life. Despite the large screen, the Galaxy S 2 is the thinnest smartphone in the world with a thickness of only 8.49 millimeters hallucinating at its finest. The rest of the dimensions is reasonable with 125 x 66 mm.
Under the hood is a real wish list for technophiles with the presence of a Samsung chipset Exynos heart incorporating a dual 1.2 GHz, a Mali GPU 400 and 1 GB of memory RAM. Everything is animated by Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread). Samsung has also added its own TouchWiz user interface, which is presented here in its new version 4.