Enterprise Mobility: iPhone 4S, Galaxy S II Head-to-Head in Super Smartphone Match-Up
Now that Apple has made iPhone 4S specifications public to the world to pore over, we can officially proclaim the device as fit to rumble in the jungle versus the Samsung Galaxy S II Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone. Samsung's device has sold more than 10 million units worldwide without the benefit of huge sales in the United States. Apple Oct. 4 unveiled the iPhone 4S at an event at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, where company executives disappointed some media and analysts by not producing an iPhone 5. But people shouldn't be upset at all, as the iPhone 4S feels like a new smartphone, boasting a better processor, better camera, iOS 5 and access to iCloud for syncing across Apple devices. In fact, if this were an Android phone, it would be dubbed a new device, so often are new handsets launched on the world's leading platform. Samsung, perhaps jealous of all the sound and fury over the new iPhone 4S, quickly produced a side-by-side comparison of the iPhone 4S and Galaxy S II. eWEEK covers the comparison in this slide show.