The Samsung Galaxy S II is on fire in other parts of the world but due to alleged delays caused by carrier decisions we haven’t seen it yet in the US. Samsung Mobile head JK Shin has said we will see the Samsung Galaxy S II in the US in August. He did not specify if we would see it on one carrier or all four. It was widely believed that Verizon Wireless would have the first crack at the device.
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So far we’ve seen leaks of what looks to be the Sprint variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II and now the AT&T version. It was reported earlier in the year that T-Mobile might not carry the Samsung Galaxy S II and instead carry their own premium Samsung device.
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most sought after Android devices to be released to date. In a very interesting move and a show of support to the Android development community, Samsung supplied some of the CyanogenMod team with early builds of the Samsung Galaxy SII which has allowed them to already make CM available for the SGSII.
As for this AT&T version it is said to be running Android 2.3.4 and comes complete with a slide out qwerty keyboard. The Samsung Galaxy S II is so far the thinnest smartphone available and according to BGR, even with the qwerty keyboard it’s still pretty slim. Other specs include a dual core 1.2ghz processor, 1gb of RAM, 4.3″ superAMOLED plus screen and a 1.9 mega pixel front facing camera. The camera on the back is 8 mega pixels.
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