This is a legit, globally roaming business tool. The international genius of this device here on foreign soil was apparent from the moment I stepped off the plane at Indira Gandhi Airport. Not only did this device find the local cell network -- in this case, Airtel -- instantly, but it pulled in local Wi-Fi options, enabled one-button international calling with the "+" key and basically made it idiot-proof for me to dial up my hotel to find my driver. At midnight in a strange land, that's just what you need. The excellent battery life on this phone meant I could charge it up in the hotel in the morning and not worry about it for the rest of day, while the iPhone overseas is a continual process of 120/220 adapter tinkering. I found overall voice quality to be excellent. App-based telephony such as Skype worked well, email performance was top-notch, even the camera was handy. Plus the Galaxy is cool here; people wanted to know more about it, and it is a great conversation starter in a meeting or at dinner. Of all the overseas phones I have tested -- albeit mostly in Europe, but including devices from Apple ( AAPL), Motorola, LG and others -- the Galaxy SII was by far the most business-friendly.