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Dear Consumer Reports:
Imagine your life without the iPhone 4S. You would have many inconveniences and troubles. You would have battery shortages on your cell phone and you would carry unnecessary weight with you. My name is Matthew Wong. I believe that the iPhone 4s is better than the Samsung Galaxy S II. If you’re new to the “smartphone” world, you may not know which smartphone to choose. Is it Apple’s iPhone 4s, which seems like a good choice to everybody, or Samsung’s Galaxy S II? The Apple 's iPhone 4S is obviously the right choice because it has an elegant design, a razor-sharp resolution, and is more portable compared to the Samsung Galaxy S II.
First, the iPhone 4S has an elegant and stylish design, with longer battery life. It has bigger buttons, and a better home button which makes it easier to operate. Here is a complaint from Samsung Galaxy S II, an article by Android Devices, written by Ed Hardy, about the misleading home button in Galaxy. "I have a Samsung Galaxy S II. When I press the home button, I am taken to a page that is not the home page. It is a page with the time/date, weather, sound button...I want to remove it and return back to my original home page." In contrast, the iPhone 's home button leads you right to the home page, so convenient and easy to use. In addition, in Samsung Galaxy S II, published on Jan. 22, 2012, an article by Frustrated, quotes again that iPhone 4S is better than the Samsung Galaxy S II. “A couple weeks after I got the S II, I took it back to the Sprint store because it gets extremely hot and the battery dies quickly...” Clearly, The iPhone 4S is more superior to Samsung Galaxy S II with better look and design.
With the iPhone 4S having a razor sharp resolution, one can see great outdoors and indoors. According to Samsung, it says that their phones now have Super AMOLED screens. In the article Galaxy S: A New Era In AMOLED Technology,