Samsung Galaxy S 2 is expected to launch in the us in mid-July, ahead of the HTC Thunderbolt, which was launched on 17 March.
Here are Samsung Galaxy S 2 compared to the HTC Thunderbolt:
Operating system: HTC Thunderbolt runs on Google Inc. ‘s Android 2.2 OS Froyo. On the other hand, Galaxy S 2 running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread which is the latest version of the Android OS smartphone.
Although Froyo isn’t quite as smooth as Gingerbread, however, have true multi-tasking support, Wi-Fi hotspots and Adobe Flash support withdrawal. But in Gingerbread, the user interface is smooth, soft keyboard and copy/paste feature has been improved, and support for field communications (NFC) near have been added.
Camera: Samsung Galaxy S 2 have single-LED flash camera 8MP with 1080p HD video recording at 30 frames per second and a 2MP fixed facing the front of the camera for video chat. HTC Thunderbolt sport facing the 8MP rear dual-LED flash camera with 720 p HD video recording, and the front-facing camera has 1.3 MP for video chat.
Screen: HTC Thunderbolt sports 4.3-inch WVGA TFT display with a resolution of the screen 800×480. Galaxy S sports 2-inch AMOLED screen 4.3 with super screen resolution 800×480.
Processor: Galaxy S 2 is supported by dual core 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 Mali-400MP GPU processor with 1 GB of RAM. Thunderbolt is supported by a single-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz 768 MB RAM MSM8655 with.
Size: Galaxy S2 has a 125,3 x 66.1 x 8.5 mm and weighs 116 g, whereas the Thunderbolt 4 g 122 x 66 x 14 mm and weighs 140 g.
Input: input the features found in HTC smartphones are: Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, distance sensor for auto turn-off, the HTC Sense UI 2.0 and multi-touch. Galaxy S2 has the TouchWiz UI features such as version 4.0, multi-touch input, accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, touch-sensitive controls, proximity sensor for auto turn-off giroskop sensor, and Swype text input.
Storage: 2 Galaxy S offers a 16/32 GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot through can extend up to 32 GB, while the Thunderbolt comes with 8 GB internal memory and a microSD card slot through can extend up to 32 GB.
3 g: 2 Samsung Galaxy S has 21 Mbps HSDPA and HSUPA 5,76 support Mbps, while the smartphone HTC have Verizon Rev A up to 3.1 Mbps in conjunction with LTE.
WLAN/Bluetooth/USB: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n DLNA is common both in the smartphone but Galaxy S2 features the Wi-Fi direct added. The Bluetooth version found on the Thunderbolt is 2.1 with A2DP and EDR while Galaxy S2 version 3.0 + HS. Thunderbolt has a microUSB version 2.0 and Galaxy S2 microUSB version 2.0 (MHL).
Battery: The battery capacity Li-ion 1650, leading the Galaxy S2 mAh when compared to the HTC battery Li-ion 1400 mAh Thunderbolt that.
Price: 2 Galaxy S expected to be sold at a price of $ 599 to $ 699 for the 16 GB unlocked version, whereas the version locked up for sale on contract from the U.S. wireless operators are expected to be in the range priced at $ 250 to $ 300 +. HTC Thunderbolt is priced at $ 569,99 at full retail price, while the version locked with a 2-year Verizon contract is $ 249.99.
Other features: the features commonly found in these two smartphones are threaded view, SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM, HTML browser, FM radio with RDS, stereo A-GPS support, digital compass, organizer, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk, Picasa integration, voice memo-dial commands and predictive text input.
Other features also found in the Thunderbolt HTC includes video Skype, SNS integration, built-in kickstand, MP3/WAV/AAC +/WMA9 player and document viewer DivX/Xvid/MP4/h.263/h.264/WMV9/player.
Galaxy S2 features such as RSS, Java through third-party applications, optional support NFC, TV-out via A/V link MHL, MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/h.264-h.263-player, MP3/WAV/AC3/eAAC +/FLAC player, image and video editor and document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF). Samsung plans to introduce the Samsung Hub, which will bring the user more than 2 million books, game from Gameloft and 12 million votes from 7 digital.