Samsung Galaxy S II HD With LTE Clears FCC

No that’s not some strange Samsung tongue twister, the Samsung Galaxy S II HD with LTE has found it’s way to the FCC’s Columbia Maryland test facility. The device carrying the number SHV-E120L.

The Samsung Galaxy S II HD was originally reported in September to be headed exclusively to Korea. Now it looks like it may show up on North American shores.¬† Although the hot speculation is that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (or is it Nexus Galaxy) and the Samsung Droid Prime, are the reasons that Verizon Wireless didn’t get the initial Samsung Galaxy S II, the S II HD LTE throws another mysterious kink into that thought process.

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The Samsung Galaxy S II HD is said to be rocking a 1.5ghz dual core processor (hopefully Samsung not Qualcomm), a 1280x720p resolution and a 4G/LTE radio.  Samsung will be announcing Ice Cream Sandwich with Google late Tuesday night, so this version of the Galaxy S II may perhaps have that as well.

Now 4G/LTE isn’t a dead ringer for Verizon Wireless anymore it could be headed to AT&T, or even Rogers. We’ll have to wait and see. However, with Verizon Wireless not calling dibs on a Samsung Galaxy S II, we’re banking that we’ll see this version graze big red.

source: Android Community

One Reply to “Samsung Galaxy S II HD With LTE Clears FCC”

  1. Maybe just Maybe if I post it enough Samsung will get the 4.1 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy SII when OH when will we get it.

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