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Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray

The Samsung Galaxy S II 4G for T-Mobile is an Android smartphone running on T-Mobile's fast, nationwide 4G network. Surfing the web on the vivid 4.5-inch touchscreen is easy, and now faster than on the average home internet, with peak speeds of over 22 Mbps. Running Google's popular Android operating system and powered by a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 Processor, the Galaxy S II 4G offers speedy access to your favorite movies, TV shows, websites, games, apps, and more with less lag and buffering than other phones. It is simple to stream movies or even enjoy live programs on T-Mobile TV worry-free, thanks to WiFi support and T-Mobile's unlimited data plan options. Use the 8 megapixel camera with 1080p HD video capability to capture print-worthy photos than can be shared instantly on your favorite social network. Or share in real-time with the 2 megapixel front-facing camera, which is great for video chats.
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What's In The Box
  • Battery - Yes
  • Charger - A/C Wall Charger
  • SIM Card - Yes
  • USB Cable - Yes
  • Reference Guide - Start Guide
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Quick Look Features & Specifications
  • Camera Megapixels - 8 MP
  • Camera (Front) - Yes
  • Touch Screen - Yes
  • Int'l Compatible - Yes
  • GPS Capable - Yes
  • Use as a Modem - Yes
  • Email - Yes
  • Mobile Web Browsing - Yes
  • WiFi - Yes
  • 4G - Yes
  • 3G - Yes
  • Display - 4.5", 480 x 800 Pixels, Super AMOLED Plus
  • Operating System - Google's Android 2.3 ("Gingerbread")
  • Keyboard - Virtual QWERTY
  • Built-In Memory - 16 GB
  • Dimensions - 5.1" x 2.7" x 0.4"
  • Weight - 4.8 Ounces
  • Battery Type - Li-Ion
  • Standby Time - Up To 7 Days
  • Talk Time - Up To 7 Hours
  • Data Plan - Required
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Messaging Features
  • Multimedia Messaging - Send and Receive Picture and Video Messages
  • Instant Messaging - Supports Google Talk and Other Web-based Instant Messaging Services
  • Text Messaging (SMS) - Send and Receive Text Messages
  • HTML Web Browsing - Full PC-like Browsing With Pinch-to-zoom At 4G Speeds (Where Available)
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Entertainment
  • App Store - Shop Thousands Of Apps In The Google Play Store
  • Custom Ringtones - Yes
  • Customizable Graphics - Yes
  • Facebook - Yes
  • Games - Pre-loaded and More Downloadable From The Google Play Store
  • MP3 Player - MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+
  • MP3 Ringtones - Yes
  • MySpace - Yes
  • Picture Caller ID - Yes
  • Ringer Profiles - Yes
  • Streaming Multimedia Support - Access To Hundreds Of Premium Movies and TV Shows Through Samsung Media Hub, Netflix, T-Mobile TV
  • Twitter - Yes
  • Polyphonic Ringtones - Yes
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Digital Camera
  • Video Chat - T-Mobile Video Chat Makes It Easy To Connect Face-to-face Through T-Mobile's 4G Network Or WiFi
  • Front-facing Camera - 2MP Front-facing Camera
  • Capture Modes - Multiple Capture Modes
  • Geo-Tagging - Advanced 8MP Digital Camera Uses Integrated GPS To Tag The Location Of Your Photos
  • High-End Camera - Advanced 8 MP Camera With A Front-facing Camera For Video Chat
  • Video Capture / Camcorder - Capture and Playback HD Video In 1080p
  • Camera - 8MP Autofocus Primary Camera With Flash and 2MP Front-facing Camera
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Advanced Features
  • DLNA - DLNA Wireless Sharing Of Photos, Video, and Music With Other DLNA Compatible Devices
  • Text to Speech - Yes
  • Bluetooth Stereo Headset (A2DP) - Stream Music Wirelessly With Stereo Bluetooth-enabled Headset
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology - Connect Wirelessly To Other Bluetooth-enabled Devices Including Car Kits, Computers, and More
  • Android - Google's Android OS 2.3.5 "Gingerbread"
  • PC Synchronization - Yes
  • Swype - Text With Swype - Simply Slide Your Finger Over The Letters To Draft A Text Message
  • Upgradeable - Yes
  • Voice-driven Menus - Voice Talk Allows Users To Give Voice Commands For Voice Dial, Text Messaging, Navigation, and More
  • Visual Voicemail - Listen To Your Voicemail Messages In Any Order and Easily Manage Your Inbox Without Calling In
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Core Features
  • Voice-activated Dialing - Voice Talk Allows Users To Give Voice Commands For Voice Dial, Text Messaging, Navigation, and More
  • Alarm - Yes
  • Color - Steel Gray
  • Calendar - Yes
  • Calculator - Yes
  • Style - Candy Bar
  • Vibrate - Yes
  • Voice Memo - Yes
  • Speakerphone - Yes
  • To-Do List - Yes
  • PDA Device - Yes
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Technical Specifications
  • HSPA+ - Runs On T-Mobile's 4G Network
  • Micro HDMI - HDMI-out (MHL Adaptor Required)
  • Phonebook Capacity - Limited Only By Available Memory
  • Network Compatibility - GSM 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS 1700/2100, 2100
  • Hearing Aid Compatible - M3/T3
  • Manufacturer Model Name - SGH-T989
  • Expandable Memory Capacity - Expandable To 48GB Via A 32GB microSD Card (microSD CardNot Included)
  • Standard 3.5mm Stereo Headset Jack - Yes
  • Compatible Carrier - T-Mobile
  • 3G Data Speeds - Yes, Where Available
  • Data Download Speed - 4G HSPA+/EDGE/UMTS
  • Multiple Numbers Per Name - Yes
  • Processor Type - Qualcomm Snapdragon S3
  • Processor Speed - Dual-core 1.5GHz
  • Predictive Text Entry - Yes
  • Micro-USB Port - Yes
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Compatible Rate Plans
  • Device Supports Keep My Existing Plan - Yes
  • Device Supports T-Mobile Value Voice Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports T-Mobile Classic Voice Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports T-Mobile Simple Choice Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports Add-on Line Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports Voice Plans - Yes
  • Available For Purchase Without Service Plan - Yes
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Compatible Features
  • Requires a T-Mobile Smartphone Data Feature - Yes

Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray

Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
Samsung Galaxy S II Steel Gray
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