Posted by: Ed Hardy
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It’s not easy shopping for a smartphone. There are so many different devices — the options can be overwhelming. In hopes of making this decision easier, Brighthand has published a comparison between two of the best phone running Google’s Android OS and Apple’s iOS: the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Apple iPhone 4S.
This is an impartial look at all the features of these two very popular models, from screen size and camera resolution to entertainment and productivity apps. They are compared head-to-head, giving shoppers the information they need to decide between them.
Hopefully this will be useful for just about everyone in the market for a new smartphone. In the U.S., the iPhone is offered by AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, while Samsung’s flagship device can be found at AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. These two are broadly available around the world.
You can find this comparison at:
Apple iPhone 4S vs. Samsung Galaxy S II: Which Is the Greatest?
This is just the latest in a log series of device vs. device comparisons published by Brighthand. Some recent examples:
- Motorola Droid RAZR vs. Motorola Droid 3: Is the Keyboard Worth It?
- Samsung Galaxy S II vs. Samsung Epic 4G Touch: Sprint and T-Mobile Go Head-to-Head
- Motorola Droid Bionic vs Motorola Droid X2: Which Droid Is Better?