If you are interested in one the most popular Android phones in the world, there are ten things you should know about the Samsung Galaxy S2. It's available on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. The T-Mobile and Sprint variants have a 4.5-inch screen while the AT&T version has a 4.3-inch screen. The third thing you should know is that it's called the Epic 4G Touch on Sprint, and Verizon doesn't have it because they are getting the Galaxy Nexus. You should know the Super AMOLED Plus display has 800x400p resolution and super bright colors. To some people's eyes, the colors are a bit too saturated, making them almost cartoonish. Next, you should know the Galaxy S2 could be one of the first devices to get the Android 4.0 update in 2012. Samsung partnered with Google to build the Galaxy Nexus that is debuting the system, so it's logical they would get priority on the update. There is no word, however, on when that might be.

Number six is that you should know Galaxy S2 has voice recognition. It's called Voice Talk and you simply double tap the home key and you can control the device with a few selected words. Make calls, launch music apps and create messages and schedules with a voice command. You should know Galaxy S2 has a built in near field communication chip. NFC lets you use the phone as a mobile payment system. Just tap the phone near another NFC-enabled device and instantly access your payment info. This will be a fun feature when Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) comes out because it will allow Galaxy S2 owners to use the Android Beam. Two NFC devices running Android 4.0 can instantly transfer files with the beam. No downloading needed.

The eighth thing you need to know is Galaxy S2 has a dual core processor for blazing fast speeds, 16 gigabytes of storage and 1GB of RAM for excellent graphics and Web browsing. Number nine is that it is made entirely of plastic that makes it very light, but some don't like the feel and think it makes it feel less durable. The last thing you need to know is that it comes with TouchWiz, a Samsung software package including Social Hub, Readers Hub, Game Hub and Music Hub. Tell us in the comments if you've tried out the Galaxy S2 or if you are waiting for the Galaxy Nexus.