Do samsung galaxy s2 have tracking

 

To take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S2 or tablet, press and hold the Power and Home buttons at the same time. If your device does not have a Home button, you can press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons. You'll be able to find your screenshots in the Screenshots album in your Gallery app.

Do samsung galaxy s2 have tracking

When it comes to Samsung smartwatches , our Gear S2 review breaks new ground. Never before have we been able to describe a Samsung smartwatch as desirable, intuitive or – most importantly of all – compatible.

With its Swatch-like looks and ability to play nicely with rival Android smartphones, Samsung has performed a spectacular U-turn. The result is a bold wearable that gets as much right as its predecessors got wrong. Read on to find out why Samsung is back in the game.

Price when reviewed: £249 Check current price It's impressive how many bases Samsung has covered in just two designs: the standard Gear S2 and the upscaled Gear S2 Classic. It should be noted that the stainless steel and plastic editions look like watches and feel well made – and if you've ever worn a previous Samsung smartwatch, you'll know that is big news.

To take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S2 or tablet, press and hold the Power and Home buttons at the same time. If your device does not have a Home button, you can press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons. You'll be able to find your screenshots in the Screenshots album in your Gallery app.

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Most Android tablets play second fiddle to the iPad. They’re often cheaper, weaker, and less attractive that Apple’s famous tablet, but occasionally, one comes along that actually challenges Apple. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S line started in 2014 with one purpose: to offer Android users a high-end tablet that doesn’t run iOS.

This year’s follow up to the gorgeous Tab S, the Tab S2, is just as powerful, slender, and appealing as the original, but without that weird Band-Aid texture on the back. It’s also thinner, lighter, and cheaper than the iPad Air 2, though it does have some competition from the all-metal Dell Venue 8 7000.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 takes some cues from the Galaxy S6 and Note 5 with a slimmer and lighter profile, but it doesn't quite inherit the same internal hardware.

At the heart of the new tablet duo is Samsung's Exynos 7 5433 octa-core System-on-a-Chip that combines another 1.9GHz quad-core processor with a 1.3GHz quad-core processor.

Clock speeds are the same as the last-generation Galaxy Tab S and don't reach the Galaxy S6 and Note 5 performance levels, but its ARM-based cores have been upgraded in a year's time.

Dual-core smartphones are coming thick and fast now and one of the most lauded contenders is the Samsung Galaxy S2 (or Samsung Galaxy SII i9100 to give it its full name). Following in the footsteps of its exceedingly popular predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S , the new model packs in a whopping 4.3in AMOLED touchscreen, an 8-megapixel camera, and a super speedy dual-core Samsung CPU that runs at 1.2GHz!

You wouldn't guess the Galaxy S2 was packing all this heat from looks alone. At just 8.5mm thick it's a true size zero of the smartphone world. That said, thickness is the only dimension where this phone does undercut the competition; when it comes to width and height, it's larger than most. Indeed the 66.1mm width and 125.3mm height make this phone feel just a little unwieldy - you have to grip it with your fingertips rather than it sitting comfortably in the palm of your hand. It's very much a personal preference thing but we did find this phone a little too big.

Samsung has thought about this usability issue though. Rather than making you stretch all the way to the top edge to lock and unlock the phone, you can unlock it using the central button on the front. Also, the power button is housed on the right edge where it falls more easily within reach – it is still a bit of a stretch though.