Samsung Galaxy S2
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the latest smartphones on the market, running Android and boasting a stunningly thin design. It's packed with features and offers a fantastic screen. It's also the best smartphone on the market.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 features one of the best screens available on a smartphone. At 4.2 inches, it's large enough to consume media content with ease, and it's also pin-sharp. Samsung has used AMOLED technology to produce stunning colour reproduction, with vivid hues and deep blacks on offer.
The Galaxy S2 is also the fastest smartphone we've had the pleasure of using, with the Gingerbread version of Android being powered by a 1.2GHz processor. Despite the performance, battery life is also pretty decent for an Android handset.
Features include an excellent 8-megapixel camera, which lags only behind the Nokia N8 for image quality. All this is crammed into an incredibly thin and light casing, measuring just 9mm at its thinnest point.
There's very little to dislike about the Samsung Galaxy S II. The huge screen and skinny casing can make it slightly awkward to hold, and the Android OS gets some slightly useless additions from Samsung, but both of these points are minor niggles.