Features Key features of the Samsung Galaxy S II AT&T  vs LG Optimus F3 

screen size

After seeing the Infuse 4G pushing the threshold with screen sizes, AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II decides to keep it true to the original with its 4.3” WVGA (480 x 800).
Samsung Galaxy S II | by PhoneArena (Sep, 2011)

screen resolution

LG Optimus F3
800 x 480
The images captured with the 8MP camera of the Galaxy S II are very good – low noise, plenty of fine detail and the color and contrast are good too.
Samsung Galaxy S II | by GSM Arena (Oct, 2011)

processor

LG Optimus F3
Dual core
Truly showcasing why it’s probably the fastest Android smartphone around, its 1.2GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor just blazes through the competition with its flawless execution.
Samsung Galaxy S II | by PhoneArena (Sep, 2011)

camera resolution

The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II just might take the trophy in the photo taking department because its 8-megapixel snapper is astoundingly dreamy – and the results really do show!
Samsung Galaxy S II | by PhoneArena (Sep, 2011)

Differences What are the advantages of each

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Screen uses OLED technology Yes vs No About half of smartphones are OLED; OLED screens are typically higher contrast and use less power
Store more stuff 16 GB vs 4 GB 4x more storage capacity; free yourself from memory cards
Higher resolution front camera 8 MP vs 5 MP 60% higher resolution front camera; Video chat with other people
Records higher def video 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps vs 1920 x 1080 @ Unknown 30x higher def video
Bigger screen 4.3" vs 4" More than 5% bigger screen
Longer standby time 24,048 min vs 12,960 min More than 85% longer standby time
Thinner 9 mm vs 10 mm 10% thinner
Front view of LG tablets LG Optimus F3

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Much newer operating system Android 4.1.2 vs Android 2.3.6 Newer Android OS; Get all the latest features and security updates with a more recent version
Supports NFC Yes vs No Somewhat common; Enables payment by phone and other wireless communications
Significantly more battery capacity 2,460 mA·h vs 1,650 mA·h Around 50% more battery capacity
Longer talk time 960 min vs 480 min 2x longer talk time; go days without charging
Lighter 113 g vs 122 g More than 5% lighter

Reviews Word on the street

Samsung Galaxy S II AT&T  vs LG Optimus F3 

8.8
6.5
Combining its great viewing angles and decent brightness out, we’re mesmerized by its polarizing display.
Samsung Galaxy S II

Specifications Full list of technical specs

screen

Samsung Galaxy S II AT&T  vs
LG Optimus F3 
Type AMOLED Super IPS LCD2
Size 4.3" 4"
Resolution 800 x 480 800 x 480
Touchscreen Capacitive Capacitive
Multitouch Yes Yes
PPI 216 ppi 233 ppi

sensors

Has an assisted GPS Yes Yes

music

Supports FM radio No No

software

Operating system Android 2.3.6 Android 4.1.2
Multitasking Yes Yes
App store Android Market Android Market
Adobe flash support No No
App store size 850,000 apps 850,000 apps

connectivity

Acts as a wi-fi hotspot Yes Yes
Supports NFC No Yes
Bluetooth Bluetooth v3.0 Bluetooth v4.0

form factor

Samsung Galaxy S II AT&T  vs
LG Optimus F3 
Weight 122 g 113 g
Thickness 9 mm 10 mm
Size 66 x 126 x 9 mm 62 x 116 x 10 mm

hardware

Clock speed 1.2 GHz 1.2 GHz
Number of cores Dual core Dual core
RAM 1 GB 1 GB
Internal storage 16 GB 4 GB
Supported card formats
SDHC
SD

photo & video

Camera 8 MP 5 MP
Resolution 8 MP 5 MP
Flash Yes Yes
Secondary camera 2 MP 0.3 MP
Video resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps 1920 x 1080 @ Unknown

cellular

Generation 4G 4G
Networks
LTE (20 Mb/s)
HSUPA (5.76 Mb/s)
UMTS (0.38 Mb/s)
HSPA (unspecified)
EDGE (0.38 Mb/s)
EV-DO Rev.A
Unknown (21.1 Mb/s)
CDMA (0.01 Mb/s)
HSDPA+ (21.1 Mb/s)
GSM (0.01 Mb/s)

battery

Talk time 480 min 960 min
Standby time 24,048 min 12,960 min
Capacity 1,650 mA·h 2,460 mA·h
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