Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket view, review and specifications


It was a very long delay between the release of the international version of Samsung Galaxy S II and a version of AT & T, but the U.S. carrier accomplished with two. One version is quite faithful to the original, and the second version, the Samsung Skyrocket is what you see today. See complete review of Samsung Galaxy Nexus. There are many differences, as the evidence (more than 4.5 inch screen and a modem LTE) and (different chipsets) is not as visible, but the user experience is the same for most. Hit the break where we dive and get a look at this Skyrocket has to offer, in addition to having one of the best device names names since the OG Droid.

Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

Beautiful screen looks even better, 4.5-inch. Exchange times of LTE is a GSM / HSPA network are fast. HSPA + is made up when the region LTE offers a better user experience for the user. Over-all the cellphone is very simple, like we are used to from the GSII line.

Hands-on Galaxy Skyrocket:

LTE is hard on battery life. A 4.5-inch screen may be too big for some. AT&T’s LTE network is in its infancy and still full of holes. The different internals may mean longer wait times for updates from Samsung and AT&T. NFC is once again notoriously absent from the software.

Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
More Complete Specifications are Listed Below:

  • Super AMOLED 4.5 inch screen (800 x 480)
  • Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread)
  • 1.5GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor
  • 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash
  • 2-megapixel front camera
  • 1080p HD video recording
  • 16 GB of memory built in
  • 1GB of RAM
  • MicroSD expandable to 32 GB
  • Radios 3G/HSPA/LTE AT & T
  • 129.8 x 68.8 x 9.5 mm
  • Weight 130.5 g

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  1. The update locked my Skyrocket into a continual 30 second reboot loop of death. Safe mode didn’t work, nor did pulling the battery and SIM card. I went to the AT&T store, mostly to complain, because I knew they would just say, “Do a factory reset.” There was another guy right in front of me with same problem.

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  2. I have a Galaxy SII Skyrocket, and I can say that it is one of the best phones you can get. Being able to use the LTE network is fantastic because it downloads and streams everything instantly! My Skyrocket often reaches speeds of about 18 mbps where I live. AT&T’s LTE network definitely helps with streaming, which is what I do often. I like using the DISH Remote Access app from my employer DISH Network to stream live TV and recorded shows from my Sling Adapter-connected receiver to my phone anywhere I am. Working for DISH and using the app, I’ve had a lot of time to use the app, and now that there is LTE available, I can stream even faster!

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