Samsung Galaxy S II SPH-D710 - 16GB - Vortex Black (Sprint) Smartphone
About this product
|Samsung Galaxy S II SPH-D710 runs on Android operating system and has 1800 mAh battery capacity. This smartphone features a convenient 8.0MP camera, so you can capture images and store them on 16GB memory space. This Samsung smartphone supports CDMA 800/1900 and 2G/3G networks. It comes in vortex black.|
|Family Line||Samsung Galaxy S II|
|Network Generation||2G, 3G|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD, MicroSDHC|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1800 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 540 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 216 hr|
|Display Technology||Super AMOLED Plus|
|Display Resolution||800 x 480|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
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- themoonlightsel...Jan 2, 2012by
Techniologically Amazing...Superbly Boring for Everyday Use!
I was really really excited to get this phone. The technical specs on it are AMAZING! It is hands down the best phone on the market right now as far as technical specs are concerned....Then the phone FINALLY arrived...<br><br>I was a little underwhelmed. Its a great phone but nothing special. I felt like there were too many features I had no use for such as "gyro sensor calibration" and "power saver mode" which only did obvious things like dim screen brightness and turn off the wifi. This phone didnt have nearly enough of the basic features I needed such as a simple "touch screen calibration" or a standalone call log.<br><br>I probably should disclose I was switching from an HTC EVO 4g (bought last year when it first came out and sold out everywhere). I felt that the Epic Touch was requiring too many extra key presses as compared to the Evo. I couldnt just click a name in the call log and make a call. I had to click the name then a little box popped up, then I had to click okay then it would finally make the call. I think one click calling is a valuable feature this phone lacked. This may seem like a small thing but it quickly became an annoying extra step as I tried to make calls on the go. i do not like the Touch Wiz interface. I hate it. I have replaced most of the stock apps such as messenger, keyboard, dialer etc with replacement apps. I even use a home screen replacement app. Oh yea this "premium" phone has its own share of "premium" bloatware plus the standard bloatware.<br><br>The only upside about this phone is the bigger screen and great graphics. I also like the thinner profile but not the flimsy plastic housing on the back of the phone. This phone is amazingly light especially compared to the Evo. I'm scared I'm going to crush it sometimes. I actually purchased an otterbox type case for the first time ever just for this reason.<br><br>Overall, I'm not that impressed with this phone and probably would have been happier sticking with my HTC Evo knowing what I know now. I just might switch back... If you get this phone know the processor is lighting fast and the graphics are amazing. Yet, if your a phone junkie like me at the end of the day you may still feel unsatisfied. I just keep feeling it should have been better than what it was but even with my lackluster review I would still recommend this phone to a friend on the tech specs alone.Read full review
- vanakatherockSep 30, 2011by
The Best Android Phone
Samsung finally got the best Android phone on the market! They hit it dead on with the performance, quality, camera, battery life, and overall feel of the phone. Although I'm not a fan of TouchWiz, I can deal with it. Battery life is excellent and the phone is the perfect size and weight. I'm getting compliments everywhere I go with it. SuperAmoled+ is also a great screen technology.
- sherrylane25Feb 7, 2012by
Galaxy D 710 is Definitely and EPIC II Phone!
This phone is the best on the market right now. The picture and video quality is straight sick. I can't name any other cell phone with the camera quality of this one. The battery life is a major upgrade from the original Samsung Epic. The screen is mega large which gives you superior video viewing. It's really easy to use and has tons of apps to download from the Android Market. With 16GB of built in memory plus a memory card slot for extra memory, Samsung Epic II is in a class all it's own. This phone definitely lives up to its hype.
- book_willNov 9, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Great samsung phone
I loved this phone awesome!!!!!!!!!!!
- txcowdogNov 7, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Sure, it is a few generations old, but, it is a perfectly adequate phone with a good camera and room for plenty of apps. The seller ships rocket fast and the one I received only had a small scratch on the back cover. The screen was in perfect condition.