well I did the comparison between this and the Infuse.... Although more powerful, the Galaxy S II has only a 3 hour battery life on talk compared to the 8 of the infuse? I mean I know that is talk time but imagine running other apps and what not on this... it would kill the battery even quicker....Any thoughts on this or concerns that the battery life ( as quoted on here ) make this the biggest reason to stay away from this phone?
#1. Notification of missed calls or messages. Just go into setting & set sound notifications to your desire & loudness. #2. Messages n call log. U might have downloaded AT&T mesages from market, which combines all n one place. I tried & did not like. Go back to market & delete AT&T messages. Use standard messaging or maybe download Go SMS Pro, free. #3 Having to delete email one @ a time. Actually its not one @ a time. U do have to select the emails u want to delete. Then tap delete & shazam, the ones u cked are all gone. Personally I like this much better, seems like their's always 1 or 2 u want to keep for a while. Anyway, study, think & try out or ask before condeeming a feature of a product before u get all the facts & viewpoints, so... (continues)
over in the "Review: Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T" discussion:
So whats the advantages of the AT&T version? It really frusterates me that they are using a inferior processor and a smaller screen. Guess I'll be patient and wait to see what the Holiday will consist of.