The Samsung Galaxy S2 is one of the most beautiful looking phones I have ever seen. The large crisp touchscreen spans the handset which produces vivid colours. The sleek contours of the edging blend together seamlessly and you can be sure that the Galaxy S2 will have heads turning everywhere you go.
With an oleophobic (fat repelling) coating, the screen resists one of the most common and irritating drawbacks which plagues all touch screens - fingerprints. Samsung's engineers have also worked very hard to reduce the footprint of the phone making it very thin indeed.
So, it has a wide screen covering almost 95% of the front area, has an oleophobic layer and is one of the thinnest smartphones ever made. And yes, it looks as good as it sounds. I can clearly catch a loud and enthusiastic 'hear,hear' from the smartphone community right now. With a Super AMOLED plus capacitive screen toughened by the Gorilla Glass Display, the kind of aesthetics which is sure to satiate even a Renaissance art dealer. You certainly wouldn't be embarrassed pulling the Galaxy S2 out of your pocket in a busy place. Already billed as one of the most powerful smartphones to have embraced the global market, the Samsung Galaxy S2 sure does deliver a high on its looks too.
Much has been written about the phone's highly impressive and beautiful display and its proximity to size zero. And it is at this point that one could not help but to compare the Samsung Galaxy S2 to Mr Alexander Graham Bell's telephone.