Few days ago one of our readers sent me a question, asking me which is the best device in T-Mobile’s portfolio. I immediately responded – Samsung Galaxy S II.
First of all, T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II is pretty much the fastest Galaxy S II out there. Sure there’s AT&T’s Skyrocket version that sings along LTE, but as you probably know – LTE signal isn’t available everywhere. What’s more, even if you get it and presuming you’re in the area where both AT&T’s LTE and T-Mobile’s HSPA+ signals are rock solid – you would hardly notice a difference. T-Mobile’s version of Sammy’s superphone supports download speeds of up to 42 Mbps!
Moreover, this particular Galaxy S II sports Qualcomm’s (rather than Samsung’s) dual-core processor that clocks at 1.5GHz, which is faster than my “plain vanilla” version that “stops” at 1.2GHz.
Finally, it has a bigger screen – that’s 4.52 vs 4.3 inches of the regular Galaxy S II. Of course, it’s still Super AMOLED Plus with WVGA resolution, making sure the colors are vivid even under direct sunlight.
Unfortunately (or not, depending on your point of view), the T-Mobile Galaxy S II is only available in the U.S… but that’s another story.