KOREAN GIANT Samsung unveiled its successor to the popular Galaxy S smartphone at Mobile World Congress (MWC), giving The INQUIRER a demonstration.
Samsung faced the difficulty of building on the Galaxy S, one of the most popular smartphones of 2010. The firm has gone about it by making the Galaxy S2 thinner, lighter and faster.
Putting the Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 (or II) side-by-side, it is easy to see that not only is the Galaxy S2 significantly thinner but it has a much improved screen.
Samsung include applications for viewing books, magazines and newspapers while its music store, which was unavailable due to connectivity problems at MWC, has seven million songs available, according to Samsung.
Playing around with the Samsung Galaxy S2, it is obvious that the company is onto another winner here, with every possibility that it will eclipse the impressive sales figures of the original Galaxy S. µ
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