The Samsung Galaxy S, along with the HTC Desire, is one of the most popular Android smartphones on the market in Australia.
The Samsung Galaxy S, along with the HTC Desire, is one of the most popular Android smartphones on the market in Australia. Samsung has just lifted the lid on its hotly anticipated next-generation Galaxy S, aptly titled the Galaxy S II. Does it have what it takes to compete with the Apple iPhone 4?
Boasting a 4.3in Super AMOLED Plus display with a resolution of 800x480, an 8-megapixel rear camera that doubles as a 1080p HD video recorder, a 2-megapixel front camera for video calls, and an integrated Near Field Communications (NFC) chip, the Samsung Galaxy S II definitely holds some advantages over the iPhone 4.
With this in mind, how does the Samsung Galaxy S II stack up against the iPhone 4 when it comes to specifications?
Apple iPhone 4
Samsung Galaxy S
Operating system (OS)
Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Capacitive retina IPS
Capacitive Super AMOLED Plus
5 megapixels, LED flash, autofocus, geotagging
8 megapixels, LED flash, autofocus, geotagging, image stabilisation face and smile detection