Samsung has officially announced its new smartphone Samsung Galaxy S II LTE, a cell phone that only the name already suggests that the news is bound to bring to market, even within a range already high profile as that of Samsung Galaxy. In the finishing straight for the salon IFA in Berlin this weekend, the Samsung S Galaxy II LTE noted especially for its compatibility, in fact, with the high-speed LTE, which many of you have already heard the term 4G network. In reality, 4G phones are still to come, but those based on LTE networks are about as close as we can get your hands right now and the Galaxy S II LTE is an excellent representative.
Fans of the range S Galaxy will have already noticed that there was a slight update regarding the design, although the general appearance of the end of the phone has not changed much. The technical facilities are very modern and in some cases even exceed those of rivals such as Apple’s iPhone 4. For example, the display, which the Galaxy S II LTE is enormous: 4.5-inch AMOLED Super Plus with WVGA resolution. This allows us to better see what this system is able to support the dual core processor 1.5 Ghz, one of the most powerful in circulation recently. The operating system is the classic Gingerbread reliable Android 2.3, which is enriched with numerous connectivity options such as the recent NFC protocol which allows devices to communicate easily between different and even make payments “on the fly.” Along with this we find WiFi, Bluetooth and an excellent 8-megapixel camera, combined with a front 2-megapixel quality. The memory is part of the standard with its 16 GB, but it’s expandable via flash memory card. The weight is slightly more pronounced than others, reaching 130.5 grams, but still falls into the category of “light”.