One issue I had with the Samsung Galaxy S2 was that so little fits onscreen. Text-heavy applications like email, messaging and the web were the worst culprits; if you wanted to read the whole text message you just received to respond to it whilst you have the keyboard up, you had to keep scrolling around your tiny viewport to get it all in.
If you’ve got good eyesight or corrected-to-good eyesight, then you’ll be able to easily read a much smaller font. In the Messaging, Gmail and Internet apps, just select the smallest font size available in the settings menu (which is accessed by pressing Menu -> - ‘Tiny’ in the Messaging and Gmail apps and Default Size as ‘Far’ in the Internet app.
As you can see, these changes make quite a difference, and thanks to the sizeable S2 screen reading remains easy.
Thanks to mobilefun for this trick.