Featherweight MarvelThe first thing you will notice about AT&T's version of the Samsung Galaxy S II is that it is extremely thin and impossibly light. At first, one assumes the battery hasn't yet been inserted, because the phone feels like a feather in one's hand. When one realizes the battery's installed, he's in awe. After one gets over the (light) weight shock, the experienced Android reviewer must automatically assume the worst: Android already has a terrible battery life in seemingly every known case, so this lightest of all Androids must suffer from an even worse battery life, right? Will my other Android's crappy 2- to 3-hour battery life look more like 1 to 2 hours?
- You need it to be on AT&T.
- You don't need LTE, which is really only useful if you tether your device to a laptop or tablet anyway.