3Thin Side View
Like its brothers, T-Mobile’s S II is super thin, measuring only 0.37 inches thick. That’s thicker than AT&T’s model, which is 0.35 inches and a tad thinner than Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch at 0.38 inches. However, we love the black back of T-Mobile’s model. Though slightly textured for better gripping, it’s far smoother than the rough, granulated feel of its brethren.
4Import From the Cloud
One of the cool, if not somewhat spooky aspects of moving from one Android handset to the next is the platform’s ability to use the cloud to let users move content from one phone to the next. For example, when we logged into this T-Mobile S II with our Google account, our previous wallpaper from other S IIs popped up, along with some of our apps.
7T-Mobile TV Service
13Qik Video Chat
Finally, the device comes with Qik for video chat, when paired with the S II’s 2MP front-facing video camera. Qik is always a pleasure to use on Android devices. The S II is no exception.