The Galaxy S II has made huge waves in Europe and it has reached over 10 million units sold in just a short period of time after it was rolled out in the market.
Galaxy S II was highly-anticipated and we were waiting in vain for its release which was rumored on September 18 but was a hoax. On the other hand, Sprint subscribers were able to purchase the company’s version of the Galaxy S II called the “Epic 4G Touch” September 16.
AT & T’s smartphone, however, supports Near Field Communication (NFC) which is a major difference with its Sprint counterpart. In addition to the NFC, the Galaxy S II has a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 8 megapixel camera and a front-facing camera for making video calls, Android Gingerbread with TouchWiz 4.0, 1.2 GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor and an app which allows you to view videos, photos, logs and send messages from your PC. The only flaw is that the smartphone has the tendency to unlock itself. AT & T is aware of that and is currently finding ways to resolve the issue.