As we’ve been touting all day, Samsung finally revealed their US variants of the Samsung Galaxy S II and Talk Android was there to cover it like a warm blanket on cold winter night. Devices were released on three of the four major carriers (T-Mobile, AT&T & Sprint). However, T-Mobile was the only carrier to slap any hand that came near the device’s plastic casing. As per their sales team, T-Mobile will most likely be holding their own launch event “some time in the fall” where they’ll unveil official specs, a release date and the official name of the device. It’s speculated that the device’s software wasn’t ready yet, but we’ll give T-Mo the benefit of the doubt here.
However, based just on appearances, and what we pretty much already know, the device seems to be on par with the AT&T and Sprint version. Expect the massive 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, Samsung’s Exynos 1.2 dual-core CPU (C210). In addition, and there’s no fighting it, expect TouchWiz to run over Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It’s too bad we couldn’t get our paws on this one, as Im kind of favoring its rounded edges which gives the device an overall big Nexus S feel, only abnormally thinner. Hit the break to check out a few shots of the impressive handset and to check out the behind the
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