The Samsung Exhibit II 4G (T-Mobile) has individual applications for listening to music, browsing photos and watching videos. Your personal media can be synced via USB. Since the phone only has 1GB of onboard storage, an SD card is a necessity for getting the most from these functions.
The phone's Music app has several equalizer presets that make for good quality listening. Obviously, you don't want to listen to music using the tinny, external speaker. That's where the headphone jack located on the top of the phone comes in handy, making it easy to run headphones to the Exhibit while tucked away in a pocket.
The Music app has a strong search function, which can quickly locate a song based on artist, song name or album.
The Videos app is very similar, but much simpler. It displays preview icons for videos captured by or transferred to the Exhibit II.
The Media Hub app is a movie and TV rental application that comes pre-loaded on the phone. Its interface is intuitive, and its prices are competitive with services like iTunes.