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LATEST ANDROID PHONES IN THE PHILIPPINES: PRICES AND FEATURES

October 14, 2010 by ajay

I am currently playing with an Android phone and love the challenge of tinkering with a new OS. If youre thinking of getting an Android phone for an early holiday gift, heres a little guide to keep you going. Be sure to compare phone prices vis-a-vis its features Low-price Androids: prices from P10,000 to P16,000 Samsung Galaxy 5 Price: P10,980 Android OS v2.1 (Eclair) Size: 108 x 56 x 12.3 mm CPU: Samsung 600mhz Screen: 240 x 320 pixels, 2.8 inches Capacitive touchscreen Memory: 170MB Card Slot: microSD, up to 16GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 2 mp camera, 1600 X 1200 pixels Cherry Mobile Nova Price: P11,490 Android OS v2.1 (Eclair) Size: 114.9 x 56.8 x 12.6 mm CPU: Qualcomm MSM 7227 600 MHz processor Screen: 320 x 480 pixels, 3.2 inches Capacitive touchscreen Memory: 256 MB RAM; 512 MB ROM Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB

with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 5 mp camera with LED flash, 2592 X 1944 pixels LG Optimus Price: P12,900 Android OS v1.6 Size: 109 x 54.5 x 12.7 mm CPU: Qualcomm MSM 7227 600 MHz processor Screen: 320 x 480 pixels, 3.0 inches Resistive touchscreen Memory: 130 MB Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 3.15 mp camera with autofocus, 2048 X 1536 pixels HTC Wildfire Price: P16,500 Android OS v2.1 (Eclair) Size: 106.8 x 60.4 x 12 mm CPU: Qualcomm MSM 7225 528 MHz processor Screen: 240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches Capacitive touchscreen Memory: 384 MB RAM; 512 MB ROM Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 5 mp camera with LED flash, 2592 X 1944 pixels High-end Androids: prices from P18,000 to P31,000 Cherry Mobile Magnum HD Price: P18,990 Android OS v2.2 (Froyo) Size: 120 x 63 x 9.9 mm CPU: Qualcomm MSM 8225-1 (App: Scorpion 1GHZ) Screen: 480 x 800 pixels, 4.1 inches Memory: 512 MB RAM; 2GB ROM Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 5 mp camera, 2592 X 1944 pixels, autofocus With VGA front camera video camera: 720 p @ 30 fps Sony Ericsson X10 Price: P18,990 Android OS v1.6 Size: 119 x 63 x 13 mm CPU: Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon 1 GHZ processor Screen: 480 x 854 pixels, 4.0 inches Memory: 384 MB RAM; 1GB storage

Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 8 mp camera, 3264 X 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash no front camera video camera: WVGA @ 30 fps Samsung Galaxy S Price: P31,000 Android OS v2.1 (Eclair) Size: 122.4 x 64.2 x 9.9 mm CPU: ARM Cortex A8 1GHZ processor Screen: 480 x 800 pixels, 4.0 inches Memory: 8GB/16GB storage, 512 MB RAM, 2GB ROM Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 5 mp camera, 2592 X 1944 pixels, autofocus With VGA front camera video camera: 720 p @ 30 fps HTC Desire Android OS v2.1 (Eclair) Size: 119 x 60 x 11.9 mm CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1GHZ processor Screen: 480 x 800 pixels, 3.7 inches Memory: 576 MB RAM; 512 MB ROM Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 5 mp camera, 2592 X 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash no front camera video camera: 800 x 480 pixels (WVGA) @ 15 fps

hi.. Xperia x10 po ba ito: Sony Ericsson X10 Price: P18,990 Android OS v1.6 Size: 119 x 63 x 13 mm CPU: Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon 1 GHZ processor Screen: 480 x 854 pixels, 4.0 inches Memory: 384 MB RAM; 1GB storage Card Slot: microSD, up to 32GB with bluetooth, wifi, 3G, A-GPS 8 mp camera, 3264 X 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash no front camera video camera: WVGA @ 30 fps 18990 na lang siya ngaun? [Reply]

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx (Verizon Wireless)


The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx proves that a powerful Android superphone can remain thin yet still promise marathon-worthy battery life. If you can live without Ice Cream Sandwich and have big hands, the Maxx is extremely compelling. Price: $299.99 (check prices) 4 stars Outstanding Read full review

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon Wireless)


As the first U.S. phone with Ice Cream Sandwich, Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Nexus takes a coveted, solitary step forward. However, once other premium handsets receive the updated Android OS, the Galaxy Nexus will lose some of its competitive edge. Price: $99.99 4 stars Outstanding

- $299.99 (check prices)

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Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket (AT&T)


If you live in an area that gets AT&T's LTE network, we highly recommend the powerful and beautiful Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. Price: $199.99 (check prices) 4 stars Excellent Read full review

LG Nitro HD (AT&T)
With its gorgeous display, high-def everything, and 4G speeds, the LG Nitro HD has what it takes to compete; however, a few flaws keep it from trampling the competition. Price: $99.99 (check prices) 4 stars Excellent Read full review

Motorola Droid 4 (Verizon Wireless)


Melding an excellent keyboard, swift LTE data, and a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor into one Android device, the Motorola Droid 4 is long overdue. Fans of the first Motorola Droid will find plenty to smile about here, but those who aren't married to a QWERTY may not enjoy carrying around such a massive phone. Price: $199.99 (check prices) 4 stars Excellent Read full review

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Galaxy S II, Samsungs much-awaited Android phone, will officially be available in the Philippines next month or June 2011. I first saw this phone last month. Head to head with the LG Optimus 2X and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, some people are actually saying that Samsungs Galaxy S II is the best of the bunch. Lets see

At first glance, what impressed me most was the ultra-crisp screen display. Not surprising since the phone boasts of super AMOLED plus screen. Images, as seen by the human eye, are clearer than ever before.

Anyway, heres the rest of the Samsung Galaxy S II specifications as provided by the workaholic PR guys of Samsung: 1.2 GHz Dual-core application processor makes for fast web browsing, supreme graphics quality and instantly responsive 3D user interface on the large screen. latest version Android 2.3 Gingerbread 8MP, high-profile camera and camcorder with 1080p full HD recording and playback. integrated mobile applications through Samsung Hubs which delivers a rich catalogue of books and magazines, music, advanced mobile games and features for more efficient social networking Travellers should find the Galaxy S IIs Customized Voice Translation application handy since it translates voice or text into and from a range of languages: simply speak a word or phrase into the handset and it will instantly translate it, with audio and text output. Likewise, Kies Air allows users to manage their smartphone contents from their PC, via local WiFi connections. download photos taken on the built-in camera, listen to music, check missed calls and send messages in the web browser on their PC. For added connectivity, WiFi Direct allows consumers to connect to wireless-enabled PCs and printers without the need for wireless access points.

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Home > Mobile > Samsung Spica i5700 Review May 18, 2010

Samsung Spica i5700 Review


0 0share0 shareNew When the Samsung Spica came out a few weeks back, I was surprised with the retail price of the handset. It one of the most affordable Android-powered smartphone in the market. We looked deeper into the Samsung i5700 before handing out the verdict. At first glance, the Spica looked like most other candybar phones released by Samsung with that distinctive design. The navigation panel is a bit intricate that youd either love it or hate it. The control pad actually has 7 buttons laid out and separated by curved lines (and that does not include the 4-way directional pad).

In hindsight, the physical controls are basically the same as that of the HTC Hero but because of the layout/design, using them is a bit confusing (its got to do more with the layout of the keys). You get used to it in time. On the side theres a dedicated camera button on the right with a lock button on top of it while the volume rocker is on the left. The micro-USB port is on top beside the 3.5mm audio jack. The body is mostly made up of rubbery plastic back panel and brushed-metal finish in front. There are red accents on the OK button and the front speakers. Its a little thick at 13.2mm but not really bulky on the hands.

The 3.2 display screen isnt the largest weve seen but enough for a touch screen phone. The display is nice with a bright and crisp resolution. Like the Hero, the Spica also suffers a bit with the virtual keyboard thats somewhat cramped. The individual keys are a little skinny in the vertical orientation but that changes when you switch to the landscape orientation.

The interface is the basic Android UI with 3 panels. Samsung did not bother to include a layer UI on top of it. It would have been nice to see some eye-candy, even if its just the TouchWiz UI.

The Spica is powered by Samsungs very own 800MHz processor and as such, apps and others functions (like media playback, browsing) are pretty snappy. The Spica actually ranks #2 among the fastest Android smartphones locally available, next to the X10, if we based it clock-for-clock. Most of the time though, it feels like the two handsets perform at par with each other. The Spica has Android 1.5 (Cupcake) pre-installed but, as of this time, you can actually have it upgraded to Android 2.1 (Eclair). Thats an added bonus which I think was key to the Spicas growing popularity.

Connectivity isnt an issue with the Samsung Spica its got Bluetooth, WiFi 802.11 b/g, 3G/HSDPA and GPS. Like most other Android handsets, theres no native 3G switch (theres a Switchers widget that controls everything else) so youll

have to install an app like APNdroid to control 3G connectivity on-the-fly. Not a big deal but first time users should take note of this. The 3.2MP camera isnt impressive but decent enough. Theres no built-in flash but at least it has auto-focus. Heres one shot I managed to take with it (forget the 15fps video recording).

Off-topic: I have to say taking a ride on this Audi R8 was a blast. Feels like Im on a rocket ship will all that G-force pulling me back. Battery life is expectedly normal (with the 1500mAh Li-Ion) for smartphones like the Spica can do 2 days on casual connectivity use but can easily drain in a day with heavy use. I suggest bringing a spare cable charger with you all the time. If theres a noticeable disappointment with the Spica, I think it would be the amount of internal storage that c ame with it. The 180MB internal storage seems too small if youre looking to install a ton of apps. For all other file storage concerns, youll have to separately invest in a microSD card. The unit I got only had 1GB with it but you can stick in up to 32GB if you have the extra cash. Ok, then theres no multi-touch support too even if you upgrade to v2.1 not a deal-killer but certainly something youd miss on a touchscreen phone (especially with Google Maps and Photo Gallery). At least its got some sort of haptic feedback so you feel some subtle vibrations when tapping keys or the dial pad.

All in all, the Samsung Spica i5700 is a one desirable smartphone, especially to those who will be getting their first ever Android handset. This is highlighted by the fact that its got the basic features of Android smartphones at a very affordable price (Php13,800 in some stores) less than half the price of other Android phones of the same caliber. Its got its fair share of shortcomings but it gets bonus points for being capable to upgrade to Eclair v2.1. Samsung should get some good karma for introducing this handset into the local market. Disclosure: Globe Telecom gave me this handset for free and Samsung is an advertiser on this blog. Samsung GALAXY SPICA I5700 @ testfreaks.com 0 0share0 shareNew TAGGED AS: samsung i5700, samsung philippines, samsung spica, samsung spica review

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142 Responses to Samsung Spica i5700 Review


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Caloy

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Sat, September 11 at 12:05 am

Multitouch! *drools* @roiji: what did you flash to your phone? Reply

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roiji Twitter: roiji

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Sat, September 11 at 4:29 am

SamdroidMod Version 1.3.1.deodexed [XXJH1] (Android 2.1) Kernel [LK2.09.5 (multitouch driver as module qt5480.ko)] LauncherPro [0.7.7.2] XDA Phone.apk [v.29] Calculator.apk DeskClock.apk VoiceRecorder.apk HTC IME keyboard Google services (Maps 4.4.0, Market, GMail, etc.) WiFi Tether [2.0-pre10] Gallery3D No background version LiveWallPaper support + Nexus WallPapers Win7-Nexus Bootanimation DVM ARM11 optimized I dont recommend the LiveWallpaper support. It doesnt look that good on the small screen.

slows down the swiping of the homescreen eats the battery A LOT since the processor is not that powerful and no GPU. I have no problems except with installing Swype. The Nexus boot animation is just awesome!! Reply

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jks

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Wed, September 29 at 10:58 pm

spica or wildfire? why? pros and cons thank you! Reply

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leemar Twitter: hex614

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Sun, October 10 at 10:20 am

After months of thinking i finally bought my very own android, i bought spica for my sister, but its not for me, i bought motorola milestone very rare here in the philippines.and its wonderful. Reply

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ryzen

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Sun, November 21 at 6:46 pm

this or sony ericson x8? Reply

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kenneth

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any info about the 2.2 upgrade? Reply

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jamby

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Mon, January 3 at 9:37 am

anybody having problems with incoming call??? i cant hear the person calling me pls advice Reply

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Specialuser

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Mon, January 3 at 2:18 pm

just tried custom-made froyo ROM on this handset, it worked and its faster. (,) Reply

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dongv Twitter: willyyu

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Mon, January 3 at 4:51 pm

how & where to get it? Reply

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specialuser

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Mon, January 3 at 9:44 pm

Its available across forums Notably samdroid.net. Site is not very user-friendly though. Theres a kitchen there where you can cook your own ROM (Samdroid kitchen). Afterwhich, you can force an update (via recovery) to insert SAMDROID turbo (a.k.a Frozen Eclair). The latter uses the engine of Froyo, supposedly. Linpack benchmark reports 4x the speed (from 2 to 4). And it feels quicker. Just read the cautions, etc. Reply

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specialuser

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Mon, January 3 at 9:47 pm

correction: (from 2 to 8 MFLOPS) Reply

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chadsea

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Sat, January 22 at 2:52 am

im planning to buy this as my starter android but i really dont know how to root, etc im a total noob but just curious coz of the many positive reviews on spica been reading samdroid forum but it would be better if a kababayan would help

out in case i brick my phone or something like that

may pinoy forum ba for spica users or mayroon bang pwedeng TIA!

mag-assist/gumawa to enhance my spica and magkano in case magpapatulong? Reply

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Kristie23

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Sat, February 5 at 2:16 pm

im selling my spica for 10k. it came with my globe postpaid but im not much into touch screen. still less than a month old,no scratches,still smooth and shiny. complete with box. contact me if interested:09178138464 Reply

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jared Twitter: jaredexpressed

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Sat, June 4 at 12:35 pm

I kinda modified mine. I upgraded it to Gingerbread and it works. However, idk how to fix or where to get camera and video drivers. My cam and vid does not work. Now, Im only using it as an internet phone, I have IMO where i can use skype, ym and facebook chat..and more.. I have twitter caster and fb caster too. SO who can help me fix the cam and vid? I hope someone is kind to hel me out and where i can get APNdroid, I cant find it in Android market??? Reply

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Sat, June 4 at 12:36 pm

adding my twitter so u can i get to see the response right away Reply 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 Review


18 5share0 share23 Having owned over half a dozen Android smartphones in the past year, I thought Ive seem them all. The Samsung Galaxy S II (S2 i9100) brings it up a notch a powerful and sexy Android superphone that comes with all the bells and whistles.

The very thin frame of the Galaxy S II gives it that sexy appeal. Just like its predecessor, its mostly made out of polymer making it very light and almost unnoticeable in the pocket. Yes, it sometimes looks like an iPhone, both in design and UI (though Id wish the iPhone 5 would very much have an exact form factor) prompting Apple to file a lawsuit against Samsung. Still, its admirable that Samsung is able to pull it off and somehow retain a little bit of design signature.

The large 4.3-inch display is surrounded by a thin, dark bezel with a front-facing camera on top, a couple of sensors and earpiece beside it. At the bottom end, the usual physical home button is sandwiched by a touch panel button for Menu and Back. On the left side is the volume rocker while the power/sleep button is on the right side. On the top end is the 3.5 audio jack while the micro-USB port for data and power is situated at the bottom. The absence of a dedicated camera button is a little disappointing.

The bright and crisp display of the Galaxy S II is one of its best feature. Just like the first-gen Galaxy S, the AMOLED Plus display is among the best screens weve seen on a phone deep contrast, vivid colors and smooth display quality. Im not able to discern the difference between AMOLED and AMOLED Plus but I guess the benefits are all behind the scenes (like low-power consumption). At the back panel is the huge 8MP camera and theres a little protrusion at the bottom end (perhaps to give it a good grip) is where the audio speakers are placed. The entire back cover (for the battery compartment) has a rough mesh-type finish.

Contrary to what weve posted before here and the specs that weve gotten earlier, the Galaxy S II unit that were using has a slightly lower specifications. It still even has the dual-core 1.0GHz processor instead of the recent announcement that its going to be 1.2GHz. Thats probably due to the fact that its just an engineering unit and not the final release. The battery is also rated at 6.11Wh (and a voltage rating of 3.7V), which translates to roughly 1651mAh. That gives us about a full 2 days with mostly calls and SMS with light WiFi browsing. Were not able to test out 3G usage since I could not figure out the settings (copied the one from the old Galaxy S but that didnt work either).

Based on the System Info App, heres the partial internal specs of the unit we got: CPU Frequency Range: 200MHz 1,000MHz SD Card Storage: 11.5 GB Internal Storage: 1.97 GB System Storage: 504 MB Memory: 833 MB System Cache: 92 MB Sensors: 9 OS Release: 2.3.3 Resolution: 480800 pixels Density: 240 dpi Refresh Rate: 60Hz That does not include the external SD card (A2SD) slot found at the back, behind the battery, which can accommodate an additional 32GB of storage.

The Galaxy S2s camera is among the best ones weve used and is at par with the likes of Nokia N8 and the iPhone 4. The camera takes great photos images are crisp and well saturated. Theres far less blurry images since the shutter speed is quite fast. Oh, and its got an LED flash now, too! Would have been nice if they added a dedicated camera button. See sample shots taken below (or see full album here in raw).

What makes it better than all the other cameraphones out there is that the Galaxy S II can record up to 1080p videos (full HD!) without even breaking a sweat. It can also play the 1080p videos effortlessly, something my 11 Macbook Air is having a hard time to do. See sample video footages take using the Galaxy S2 (select 1080p on the dropdown menu). The handset performs really well, thanks to the improved CPU, more generous RAM and graphics chip. Apps load faster, games run more smoothly and even web browsing is much more efficient and pleasant. The Galaxy S II uses Samsungs TouchWiz UI on top of Android Gingerbread. It comes with 7 panels or home screens and navigates just like the old Galaxy S. There are a number of very noticeable improvements, especially with the additional of more functional and eye-candy widgets (reminds me of HTC Sense). See video demo below: Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II specs: 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus @ 480800 pixels Gorilla Glass display Dual-core 1.0GHz ARM Cortex-A9 proccessor Mali-400MP GPU, Orion chipset 833MB RAM 2GB + 12GB internal storage up to 32GB via microSD HSDPA 21 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA, WiFi Direct, WiFi hotspot 8MP autofocus camera w/ LED Flash Stereo FM radio with RDS GPS with aGPS support Bluetooth 3.0 + HS 1080p video recording 2MP front-facing camera for video calls Li-Ion 1650mAh battery Android 2.3 Gingerbread

I was not able to test out other integrated features such as 3G/HSDPA and WiFi-Direct due to compatibility in the settings. Samsung PR stressed that this is not the final unit which is the reason why weve encountered numerous system and app errors.

The Samsung Galaxy S II definitely brings new excitement to the Android smartphone line-up. The souped-up specs, dualcore processor, sexy form factor and large AMOLED screen certainly elevated the Galaxy S2 i9100 to the top of the heap. Its probably going to be the first dual-core Android smartphone to hit the Philippines this May (unless of course LG will beat it to the punch). Samsung is yet to release this handset in the Philippines (although I hear its definitely going to be this May) and were still guessing what the suggested price will be. If its going to be anywhere near the price of the first Galaxy S (~Php32k), then its going to be another hot item once again. See our closer comparison between theSGS2 and the SGS here. Update: The Samsung Galaxy S2 will have a retail price of Php29,990. 18 5share0 share23 TAGGED AS: galaxy gt-i9100, galaxy i9100, galaxy s ii, galaxy s2, Samsung Galaxy S, samsung galaxy s2 price

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219 Responses to Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 Review


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Fudge

says:
Sun, November 6 at 3:49 am

planning to buy this next week. i know its a very high end phone as in sobrang AWESOME nya. haha im reading alot of very good reviews as in a LOT. out of 100% 90% good reviews 10% negative. and mostly battery issues and umiinit? so, sobrang OA ba talaga mabilis maubos ung battery and umiinit ba talaga sya? if sobrang oa nung issue i think mag iiphone 4 nlng ako .. since this is my first time to buy smartphone ayaw ko naman ma sayang pero i doubt naman na masasayang. what i mean is ayaw kong mag sisi. so u guys out there that has used the phone already? worth it ? not worth it? how much na to ngaun ? im buying it this Thursday na. so thats 11.10.12 november 10 2012 update ng price pls thanks! Reply

Fudge

says:
Sun, November 6 at 3:51 am

i mean november 10 2011

jessiej199091

says:
Tue, November 8 at 10:41 am

@fudge, i was in greenhills yesterday and price is 26,500 with samsung warranty. try ko pa maghanap reviews from owners of sgs2, plan ko din kasi bumili before the year ends..

tc27

says:

Fri, November 11 at 9:57 am

been using this for more than a month, my 1st touchscreen and android phone. great all around phone, can almost replace a netbook but the battery issue is true. using it mostly for just surfing the net and in a full charge, i think it can only last for approx 6-8 hrs with non-stop net surfing and the lowest setting on backlight display. but i think its functionality makes up for the battery prob.

kripo

says:
Sun, December 18 at 10:35 am

Ive been using the phone for 2 weeks. So far I have no issues Kahit may installed na ibang launcher di naglalag. Pag sobra gamit ng wifi at packet data mauubos talaga agad ang battery. Lahat nmn halos ng smartphone un ang issue. By the way, mimes a white version.

Clow Reed

says:
Tue, December 20 at 12:13 am

ok tong galaxy s 2, walang lag, it perform well, 2days old pa lang from me but this phone impressed me so much. this is my last phone & definitely keep it. i-update ko na lang palagi to enhance the performance. all in one device na rin and magagamit ko ito sa work ko. it is up to you if you buy it or not but i recommend it. mine is a pearl white version. put another white casing & screenguard, definitely a looker na especially from ladies hehehe btw, i installed games also from nintendo ds & super nintendo, astig hehehe..

2.

Erwin

says:
Sun, November 6 at 1:42 pm

Maganda toh, at compare sa iPhone 4S mas matibay toh. Try nyo panuodin dito ang drop test ng iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S2. http://www.technofuse.com/2011/10/iphone-4s-and-samsung-galaxy-s-ii-drop.html Masasabi nyong high quality ang material na ginamit sa S2 kesa 4S Reply

3.

Sunichi

says:
Thu, November 10 at 1:45 am

Guys, share ko lang may available na din nito Pink version check it here http://www.technofuse.com/2011/11/samsung-galaxy-s-ii-pink-version-now.html Reply

4.

Fudge

says:
Sun, November 13 at 3:03 pm

Guys im having problems with my S2 can someone help me please.. this is about task manager, advanced task killer how come im having applications used even if im not using them . like gallery facebook real player and other apps. eh kaka kill selected apps and kaka clear memory ko lang then pag check ko wla pang 5 secs andun sila ulit. labo. help please

Reply

5.

Fudge

says:
Sun, November 13 at 3:04 pm

and one more thing bilis malowbat and UMIINIT sya sobra. Reply

6.

char Twitter: _ampere_

says:
Sun, November 13 at 8:01 pm

fudge most android users dont advice to use advanced task killer, theres a pre installed task manager in SG2 yun na lang gamitin mo. got my white SGS2 last Nov. 1 and im loving it so far. yung battery ko umaabot ng 2 days with minimum web browsing, few calls and games. i have juice defender ultimate installed BTW helps a lot in prolonging the battery life my flatmates are all iPhone users and they envy the large screen of SGS2 hehe. what i love about the phone is that it supports multitasking at flash Reply

Fudge

says:
Tue, November 15 at 9:01 pm

ay ganon ? baka nga ibalik ko ung sakin eh. ang bilis kasi malowbat. less than 5 hrs lang ung gamit and ung ram nya pag fnfree ram ko 18 applications closed daw eh kaka on ko palang nung phone wala pa akong inoopen na application nakakaloko ung phone, hahaha .. pero guston gusto ko sya eh. nakakains lang kasi snasabing ang daming naka open na applications kahit wala. hmmmm

7.

jaiconruedas Twitter: jaiconruedas

says:
Tue, November 15 at 10:20 pm

@fudge Since true ang multitasking ng Android syempre in background may naka open and mostly ay mga integrated social apps (like facebook) at iba pang apps na nangagailangan ng updates. Furthermore sa touchwiz kasi marami talaga unnecessary apps na nagaru runwell it can drain your battery. Pero maraming paraan para maiwasan at mas ma boost ang battery life nito. Sa akin it takes 2 days kasi. No offense meant pero mas maganda ibalik mo na lang yung iyo at mag iphone ka na lang. Palagay ko kasi di pede sayo ang android eh. Reply

Fudge

says:
Wed, November 16 at 12:31 am

ay ganon? hehe gustong gusto ko sya eh. hmm kaya lang battery problem talaga eh. made in where ung sayo ? made in korea din ba ? ung sa friend ko made in vietnam eh 2 days din battery nya. hmm any tips how can i save battery? uhm nagtataka lang ako sir kasi laging may mga applications na bukas like gallery mga games na hnd ko naman nilalaro pag chneck ko ung advance task killer. un lang naman main prob. cguro lang panget ung battery na napunta sakin i just need to buy a spare bat cguro thanks anyways sir!

Fudge

says:
Wed, November 16 at 12:50 am

and btw sir, umiinit ba sya? ung sakin kasi nag ffacebook lang ako thru wifi umiinit sya and pag naglalaro ng mga 30 mins or more.

jaiconruedas Twitter: jaiconruedas

says:
Wed, November 16 at 9:38 am

Sir we can discuss it herehttp://www.symbianize.com/showthread.php?t=523491 . Marami mo po tutulong sa dyan to maximize the use of Galaxy S 2. BTW use Juice Defender for the meantime. I will help you to save the battery juice, I believe it prevent synchronization of several app which oftentimes use a lot of battery juice.

8.

RaiNNy

says:
Mon, November 21 at 9:16 am

fixing issues here.. tanong lang po.. bakit orion chipset ang gs2 dito sa atin sa pinas..? the worldwide says na ang totoong cpu feautures nya ay 1.2ghz dualcore processor, cortex A-9, EXYNOS chpset..! at tska po ang totoong internal size nya ay 16gb or 32gb.. with 8gb microsd cardslot included.. bakit dito sa yugatech iba ang info na nakalagay.. im so confused.. Reply

9.

Erwin

says:
Tue, November 22 at 1:56 am

inform ko lang kayo na ported na ang Samsung Galaxy S II sa Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich. More info here: http://www.technofuse.com/2011/11/android-40-ice-cream-sandwich-ported-to.html Reply

10.

Sonofa

says:
Wed, November 23 at 11:53 pm

Is Galaxy S2 able to get 4g signal from globe? Will I get faster mobile Internet on a Galaxy S2 than Xperia Arc? Reply

11.

techihunt

says:
Thu, December 8 at 2:35 pm

2 problems for me, 4.3 in . is not big for me, some claim its too big, i cant set up google tv remote ,cause my country limitations, stupid is in it? however overall performance is outstanding. Reply

12.

Noel

says:
Tue, December 13 at 5:42 pm

Hello Yuga! Im planning to buy this instead of the Galaxy Note but Im thinking whether I can use it as an ebook reader. I need your suggestions, thanks! Reply

char Twitter: _ampere_

says:
Sat, December 17 at 12:08 pm

hi Noel, yes you can use the S2 as an ebook reader, Kobo reader is actually pre-installed in the phone if you have huge collection of ebooks in epub format just save it to you SD card and import them to the kobo reader one thing i noticed with the S2 pag thru USB ka nagcharge ang bilis talaga ma-drain nung battery pero kung sa AC ka nag-charge matagal madrain.

13.

mamamee

says:
Sat, December 31 at 12:00 am

Anyone can give me an update kung magkano na ang price ng S2? sa greenhills kaya mas mura? thanks. Reply

14.

chester

says:
Tue, January 3 at 8:13 am

hmm . for me hindi ko ma cocompare ang s2 sa iphone4s when it comes to build quality , you cant compare a High Class Retina Glass front and back . to a plastic high end phone . maganda tlga sila nasa sayo na ang pag hawak . kung gagayahin mo ang drop test malamang masisira tlga yan . bigay ako link san maka download ng games para sa s2 http://downloadandroid.weebly.com/ Reply

15.

kyndra

says:
Sat, January 7 at 9:59 pm

mga ate at kuya. san po ba kaya makakabili ng samsung galaxy s2 ng mas mura? yung tipong mga 20k-25k lang. sa greenhills po kaya? please help! Reply

16.

mcdo

says:
Wed, January 25 at 12:38 pm

Great specs, features it depends on how u used it but i loved it except the Batt performance. Reply

17.

Eden

says:
Mon, February 6 at 5:43 pm

How much is this? Reply

18.

sampple Twitter: KNorcio

says:
Mon, February 6 at 7:20 pm

haha.. like this one i really really like the quality and style of this one.. so loving it!! Reply

19.

LG Prada 3.0 P940 Review | COSCA CCS BLOGsays:


Sat, February 11 at 11:42 pm

[...] we have ever used and reviewed. It matches even a best optics used in a Xperia Arc, iPhone 4S and Galaxy S2 handsets. Images are transparent and frail with unequivocally tiny or unnoticeable sound when taken [...] Reply

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 P6800 Review | Samsung News

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Mon, February 20 at 1:36 am

[...] the Tab 7.7 it is thinner than all tablets and almost all ultrathin smartphones including the Galaxy S2 (8.49mm), Galaxy Note (9.7mm), Xperia Arc S (8.7mm), iPhone 4s (9.3mm), LG Prada 3.0 [...] Reply

21.

kristoffer

says:
Tue, February 21 at 3:34 pm

hi po. may mga nakakaexperience po ba sa inyo ng signal problems with your galaxy s2 na nagcacause ng message delays. i usually have this with my galaxy s2 pag nasa 1st floor ko ng bahay namin pero hindi ko naman sya naeexperience with my previous phone na samsung galaxy mini. same network and number yun gamit ko under globe. please help or advise po. Reply

22.

Jay

says:
Wed, February 22 at 12:42 am

Hi po mga sir/maam, Tanong lang po kung saan pwede makabili mas mura s2 ngaun at kung magkanu updated price ngaun feb. Im planning to buy kasi ngaun march. Try ko lang sana gumawa ng android application using eclipse(sdk). at eto gawin kong tester sa pag kakareview ko mabilis xa. please help po.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 P6800 Review | GismoGadgets

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Wed, February 22 at 2:45 am

[...] the Tab 7.7 it is thinner than all tablets and almost all ultrathin smartphones including the Galaxy S2 (8.49mm), Galaxy Note (9.7mm), Xperia Arc S (8.7mm), iPhone 4s (9.3mm), LG Prada 3.0 [...] Reply

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Samantha

says:
Sat, February 25 at 9:59 am

Share ko lng din experience nmin kasau iphone4s and samsung s2 talaga ung competitive sa market sa ngayon. me and my husband actually bought two different phone sakin iphone 4s since talagang grabe ung panghatak nya sakin with regards sa Siri siri reviews, sa kanya nman samsung S2 binili nya since hes really Samsung User eversince, actually with physical appearance they are likely the same mpagkamalan mo nga na iphone ung Samsungkaso di sapointed ako sa iphone ko when it comes to camera kasi mas maganda iung mga picture quality ng samsung,..disapointed din with battery issue kasi mas more lasting ung sa Samsung. I envy my husbands phone really got disapointed coz to think my iphone is more expensive by 5k compared to his cellphone given chance i would swap my iphone 4s with s2 kung mag FB ako before i could play the video i have to ask permision sa Itunes unlike sa husband ko pagplay nya play agad. same thing pag magdownload n upload =( Reply

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Samantha

says:
Sat, February 25 at 10:02 am

plus ung GPS ng Samsung s2, it really work well if ul have this phone u can really say its definitely be your last phone.,.. Reply 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6

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