This Samsung Galaxy S update brings up the issue of the top 5 Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II drawbacks that I would like you to know about when buying the right phone. Despite the fact of being celebrated for being probably the best display among all modern phones out there, there are 5 critical elements of this Samsung Galaxy S update when reviewing the Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II, and they are as follows:
1. During active use, it tends to get hot quite easily. This could be justified by the fact that it packs a 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU along with an extremely powerful GPU. Another logical reason for this heating issue may be related to its ultra slim shape which could therefore be very understandable and tolerable in case you are really a passionate fan of the Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II.
2. Regarding the use of some applications installed on the phone, it turns out that 16-bit color images are displayed instead of 32-bit, which is especially the case with the browser. Usually this can be obvious and noticeable when using light colors in conjunction with gradients, for example. One of the most effective ways to resolve this matter is to simply visit some well-established XDA developer forums for Samsung Galaxy S II to gather more information about it. In any case, this is not much to worry about as it is actually related to a software glitch that might as well be solved by using its future versions.
3. If you are used to phones covered with metal and similar material, you may be a bit disappointed by the fact that the front cover of this phone is made of full glass on one side, while its back it is covered with a textured plastic material on the other side. Anyway, although it looks like a toy, fortunately there is no problem with the fragility of the material because its assembly is quite solid and of the highest quality.
4. Now comes with Android 2.3.3. that can only imply that no later version of Android is running that you might be hoping to use. In other words, you will be deprived of the voice and video chat features of Google Talk. When it comes to Google Voice, American citizens need not worry because it can be easily installed on the Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II phone. If you are one of those who prefer stocks, you might feel a bit dissatisfied with the fact that Android is not available, but Samsung’s TouchWiz.
5. Lastly, the battery life of the Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II is unfortunately not long lasting. One of the obvious and understandable reasons for this could be the fact that it runs and uses quite a few small but powerful pieces of high-tech stuff such as the aforementioned power demanding and consuming hardware and software. So be sure to remember to recharge the battery at night before going to sleep, as it actually lasts for about a whole day.