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Samsung Galaxy S2 is Coming to the U.S.

Samsung Galaxy S2 confirmed US launchSamsung continues to impress with the release of their latest high-end smartphone across Europe, the Galaxy S2.  This second generation Galaxy S phone rapports a dual-core processor, and is one of the first available handsets to do so.  Customers in the U.K and a few other western European countries are already rocking the new device, but Samsung has yet to confirm a release date for the U.S. But, despite the lack of a release date we do know a few other details, along with the reason why the U.S. launch is being delayed.

Similar to the launch of the original Galaxy S, Samsung has worked up another branding deal with U.S. carriers.  After the massive headache that transposed from branding of the original, it is rather surprising Samsung would go this route again; unless of course their hand is being forced by the carriers themselves.  PocketNow picked up on the trail from an accessories manufacturer that unwittingly leaked the branding names early.

The models released are as follows:

  • AT&T – Samsung Attain
  • Verizon – Samsung Function
  • Sprint – Samsung Within

No word yet on whether a T-Mobile variant is confirmed or denied, but Samsung may be holding off on it in lieu of the AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile.


Samsung Galaxy S2

Although we don’t know when the phone is coming, at least now we know that it is coming, and within the year.  At this time it is estimated that the phone will arrive in the U.S. sometime this Fall or Winter.  Stay tuned for updates on the release date!

Samsung Galaxy S2 Specifications

Processor Dual Core 1.2 GHz dual-core Exynos GT-i9100
Dual Core 1.2 GHz nVidia Tegra 2   GT-i9103
GPU (Video processor) ARM Mali-400 MP
GeForce ULP
Display 4.3” WVGA Super AmoLED Plus
Memory 16GB or 32GB variants
MicroSD up to 32GB
Camera 8MP autofocus with flash.  2MP front-face camera
External Ports MicroUSB, 3.5mm headphone jack
Video Recording 1080p @ 30fps
Android Platform Gingerbread (3.0)
Battery 1650 mAh
Local Connectivity Wi-Fi a/b/g/n. BlueTooth 3.0, USB 2.0

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