Samsung Galaxy S2 Price in Singapore & Specifications

When the Samsung Galaxy S2 was launched, it was the flagship of Samsung smartphones. For its release year, the specifications of the Galaxy S2 was immensely powerful, and it's square design was rather unique as other Samsung smartphones had more rounded shapes. Read more below!

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When the Samsung Galaxy S2 was launched, it was the flagship of Samsung smartphones. For its release year, the specifications of the Galaxy S2 was immensely powerful, and it's square design was rather unique as other Samsung smartphones had more rounded shapes. Read more below!

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Samsung Galaxy S2 Price Guide

Samsung Galaxy S2 Price in Singapore by Variants

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Samsung Galaxy S2 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateJan 2012
Processor frequency1.2 GHz
Display diagonal10.8 cm (4.27")
Display resolution480 x 800 pixels
Display typeAMOLED
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Weight & dimensions
Weight116 g
Width66 mm
Depth8.49 mm
Height125 mm
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
Mobile network generation3G
2G standardsEdge, GPRS, GSM
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Bluetooth version3.0+HS
Bluetooth profilesA2DP
2G bands (primary SIM)850,900,1800,1900 MHz
GPRS multislot class33
Internal storage capacity16 GB
Maximum memory card size32 GB
USB mass storageYes
Position locationYes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Wi-Fi positioningYes
Operating system installedAndroid 2.3
App distribution platformGoogle Play
Office supportYes
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)8 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)2 MP
Rear camera flashYes
Digital zoom4x
Video recording modes1080p
Auto focusYes
Video recordingYes
Image stabilizerYes
Battery capacity1650 mAh
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Talk time (3G)9 h
Standby time (3G)620 h
Talk time (2G)18.3 h
Standby time (2G)710 h
Form factorBar
Product colourBlack
Video callYes
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Countdown timer, Events reminder, Notes, Recorder, Stopwatch, To-do list
Flight modeYes
Vibrating alertYes
FM radioYes
Radio Data System (RDS)Yes
RSS readerYes

Incredibly Bright Displayof the Samsung Galaxy S2 in Singapore

The Samsung Galaxy S2 has a display that's considered small today, but back during its release year it was considered rather generous in size. The Samsung Galaxy S2 has a 4.3-inch SUPER AMOLED Plus display that is sharp and rich in color. The smartphone displays menus, videos, and other media in crisp and vivid colors, no matter indoor or outdoor. Playing games and movies seem to almost pop out of the smartphone with the signature rich colors an AMOLED display.

Powerful Internals

A dual-core processor sits at the heart of the Samsung Galaxy S2, powering it through daily and intensive uses. The dual-core processor clocks in at 1.2 Ghz, and is ultra responsive in mobile performance, allowing you to multi-task with ease. Web pages and applications will also load quicker, navigating through the Galaxy S2's user interface will also be a breeze.

Slimmer Design

The Samsung Galaxy S2 takes the shape of a rather squared off silhouette. The squared design fits just right into the palm of your hands, with all the buttons in reach of your fingers, making it easy to manage the smartphone with just one hand.

The Samsung Galaxy S2 has buttons placed on the sides of the phone, unlike other smartphone models. On the right side of the smartphone sits the power button, while the left side has the volume rocker. On the front of the smartphone is a hardware home button at the lower chin, while two capacitive buttons flank it. The presence of these navigational buttons on the phone's bezel reduces the use of having buttons on the phone's display, giving everyone more screen real estate to use.

Expandable Storage

The Samsung Galaxy S2 has an internal storage of 16Gb, which is enough for most average uses such as downloading and installing applications, as well as storing media such as videos, music, and photographs. However, there are definitely those with heavier uses that want to download more applications and utilize more media; users like that can expand the smartphone's internal storage with a microSD card of up to 32GB.

Android Powered

The Samsung Galaxy S2 is powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which brings about a bevy of features and software optimization to bring enhanced performance to the smartphone. Be amazed at how powerful and customizable Android is, making the smartphone truly yours. Shop now with best offer at iprice Singapore!

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy S2
Reviewed on 2011-08-10
Super AMOLED Plus display is awesome, Long battery life, Quick GPS fix, Camera quality, Overall good looks (of the handset), And… the original 5 reasons at the top of this post
4.27″ display is too big, Cheap plasticky feel
The Samsung Galaxy S II (SGS2) has got to be one of the most anticipated Android phones of 2011. There are already plenty of excellent reviews of the SGS2 (some listed at the end of this post), so I will not write yet another post to review the phone. Wha...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-21
Should I wait for the next iPhone 5 due to be out some time in the next few months, or should I just go out and buy an iPhone 4 now, a friend of mine asked, like many other iPhone users who have never considered anything other than Apple.My answer: buy an...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-14
The Samsung GALAXY S II returns as the Korean chaebol’s high-end flagship smartphone, replacing a predecessor that’s slightly over a year old. The latter first garnered attention for its patented Super AMOLED screen, which has now been replaced by a Su...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-18
4G and worldphone capabilities, Very good picture and video quality, Brilliant display, Thin, light design, Casing and battery are relatively easy to remove
Relatively short battery life, Call quality is just OK, Bulky design
The AT&T Samsung Galaxy is extremely thin and lightweight — consumer testers commented on how comfortable it was to hold, as well as to text and type with. Picture and video quality were first rate (It boasts an 8-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel f...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-05
Speedy dual-core processor. Big, vibrant screen. Nice camera. Good call quality.
Pricey. Lower-resolution screen
Smartphones tend not to age gracefully, but after more than a year and a half since it was first released, the Samsung Galaxy S II has really held up well. It's finally made its way over to Virgin Mobile, in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G. Th...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-26
The Samsung Galaxy S II 4G sports a large and vivid 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display. Powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, the phone also runs Android 4.0 and is 4G-capable. Camera quality is also excellent
Call quality could be better. The device is large and has a plasticky build
Editors' note: Portions of this review were taken from our evaluation of the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, since that device and the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G for Boost Mobile are almost identical. Older smartphones, especially ones sporting legendary brands or ...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-17
The Galaxy S series of phones is the dream of every Android fan. Being the best of the best, these handsets have always represented the best that Android has to offer, mostly due to their spectacular specs sheets and real-life performance. The Samsung...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-06
So now I've had a good go with a Samsung Galaxy S2 and the HTC One X. Both are impressive phones, and they both have people swearing by them. Which is best though? Well, I'm going to give you my thoughts on this.What's really important to me is that a pho...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-03
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Reviewed on 2012-04-25
Brilliant display, Can upgrade to a new phone in as little as 11 months, Strong performance, Fun built-in camera effects
Not 4G LTE compatible, Advertising offers appear as notifications, Below-average battery life
FOLLOW US SHARE Now that the major carriers have had their turn with the Galaxy S II smartphone, regional carriers are finally getting a taste of Samsung's flagship Android device. Available for $179 through U.S. Cellular after a $100 mail-in rebate, t...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-18
On first read the Samsung Galaxy S II is pretty similar to the new HTC One S - both have 4.3” AMOLED displays, dual-core processors, 8MP cameras and the same battery capacity. When you dig deeper, though, the choice is not that hard as there are key d...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-10
When HTC was announcing the One X, it made it sound as if the new ImageSense camera is the best camera on a phone you may get. Well, since we now have the One X in our hands and have been using it for a while, we decided to put his new camera to the t...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-28
The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2012) at Las Vegas was a place to be for all gadget enthusiasts. Leading manufacturers showcased their devices and gave viewers a glimpse of what gadgets to expect this year. Two of those devices are the Sony Xper...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-23
Fast dual-core performance. Large, vibrant screen. Good call quality.
No 4G. HDMI out requires an adapter
There's no doubt about it: Nearly a year after we reviewed the initial, unlocked version, the Samsung Galaxy S II remains one of the top Android phones available. In a market that sees a new hot smartphone come and go every few weeks, that's an impre...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-14
Amazing rich and vibrant display, super responsive performance, speedy web browsing experience, bundled with plenty of useful widgets and apps, excellent camera, super thin an lightweight formfactor, The
No white version available for AT&T, display might be too large for some hands
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the few smartphones that has been aggressively taking a bite out of the iPhone's pie. To date Samsung has sold over 10 million Galaxy S II handsets. We first got to check out the Samsung Galaxy S II at MWC 2011. Several m...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-13
Like the Samsung Galaxy S II but 4G LTE ready, excellent display, camera and formfactor, great performance, The
AT&T 4G LTE only available in a few markets so far, benchmark performance is slower than the Galaxy S II, would have liked a higher res display
The new Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket for AT&T is hardly a far cry from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S II , and that is a good thing. For a full review of the Samsung Galaxy S II, go here . With the Skyrocket, Samsung has made subtle, but significa...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-21
The Samsung Galaxy S II has a large, beautiful 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a great 8-megapixel camera and 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and 16GB built-in storage
U.S. Cellular's Samsung Galaxy S II has a slower network. It's significantly pricier than other handsets in the carrier's lineup
With the rapid-fire release of one smartphone after another, it's easy for once-great phones to quickly become obsolete. Luckily, the Samsung Galaxy S II is one device with staying power, and its appearance on U.S. Cellular's network is a slam dunk. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-05
The recent launch of the LG Nitro HD was expected to make huge waves in the mobile phone industry. Produced by LG, the phone carries an award-winning AH-IPS screen with HD capability. Rising hype concerning the new technology went frantic, with reviews cl...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-04
Excellent screen, Excellent performance, Blazing fast 4G speeds, Great camera with good zoom feature, Very good battery life
Uninspired overall design, Small, hard to find buttons, Occasional coverage issues
BUILD & DESIGNAs far as design is concerned, the Skyrocket is unfortunately another one of those "me too" devices that are currently flooding the market. The bezel that wraps around the sides of the phone is a very dark hematite gray, and everything else ...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-21
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