Two smart phones have been announced by the T-Mobile, namely the Samsung Galaxy S II and the HTC Amaze 4G, both are capable to reach 42 Mbps. The smartphones are enabled with the latest and attractive features to be packed in any Android device. This incorporates dual-core Snapdragon S3 CPUs, a gig of RAM, NFC facility and a lot more.
Let’s start with the Samsung Galaxy S II. The name Hercules has been dived by the device before going official. As it is already mentioned the device is embedded with a dual-core Snapdragon CPU, clocked at 1.5MHz, not the highly admired Exynos chipset, in order to be capable of theoretically reaching 42Mbps download speeds. The fresh feature to it is the NFC. The rest of the specs include the dazzling 4.5″ Super AMOLED Plus screen. The smartphone will be running on the TouchWiz-ed Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread.
The price tag hanging with the device is of $229.99 with a two year agreement, after a $50 mail-in-rebate. You can also get your hands over it online on October 10th, or on October 12th from the store of the T-Mobile. It is expected to be higher in price as compared to the rest of the Galaxy S II trio, due to the inclusion of NFC capability of the device.
The HTC Amaze 4G contains the same CPU as the Galaxy S II and the reasons for this occurrence are network speed related as well. The specifications are no more a surprise for us. The phone offers NFC capability too. The screen planted in it measures 4.3″, and presents qHD resolution. An8MP camera unit with serious aspirations and 16GB of built-in memory (expandable via microSD card) are the rest of the features. The droid will run a Sense-d Android 2.3.4.
HTC Amaze 4G will be accessible on the same dates as its Samsung rival, but for $269.99 with a two year contract, after a $50 mail-in-rebate.
This is still noteworthy that the HTC priced higher than the Galaxy S II. The reason for this is still unknown. Why do you think HTC has taken such a step, write your comment in the comment section below.
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