There are so many cell phones on the market, all of which are specially designed for particular uses. The Blackberry for example is primarily aimed at business people because it has been designed to make reading and sending emails quick and easy. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy SII has a large touch screen which makes it perfect for those who like to play games and browse the internet.
If you are looking to update your phone then the first thing you should do is asses what you mainly use your phone for. If you are looking for a business phone, or you just prefer to email people rather than send texts, then it sounds like a Blackberry is ideal for your needs. However, if you much prefer to browse the internet, play games like partypoker and update your Facebook status on the go, then it sounds like you might get along well with a Samsung Galaxy SII.
The SII – which weighs just 4.6 oz – has a large screen which is coated in protective gorilla glass. The screen is also coated in an oleophobic fingerprint-resistant layer which means that it very difficult to scratch. In addition, the large screen means thst you no longer have to squint to see the small print on websites because you can simply zoom in with one swipe of your finger.
The Samsung homescreen can be customised to suit you. You can drag and drop apps onto the screen before deciding how large or small they are. In addition, the Samsung comes with a live widget application; it’s the perfect way to keep up to date with everything from breaking news to the latest twitter status.
Another great thing about the Samsung is its live wallpapers. Unlike the iPhone and the Blackberry, the Samsung has the ability to animate your homescreen. In addition, the Samsung SII comes with a photo gallery widget which allows you to select personal photos, drop them onto your homescreen and put them on a slide-show.