Thursday, August 25, 2011

Samsung Galaxy S II Coming To AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile But To Verizon.

Samsung Galaxy S II Coming To AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile
After all the Apple trouble unloaded on Samsung in EU, Samsung seem to make it a big bang in state side with the newly minted, iPhone 4, iPhone 5 rival, Samsung Galaxy S II, san the Steve Jobs hype.
The phone it self is a marvel if people understood the technology as well as they do the hype coming from Apple quarters.
Samsung will introduce its Galaxy S II smartphone next week, well ahead of the iPhone five so cutting in to at least some of it's sales. Samsung is also covering all the major carriers in the United States, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Verizon wireless has confirmed that they are not getting at the moment. Perhaps due to what it signed up with Apple for iPhone.
The Galaxy S II sports a lot of new and newer technology one would expect to see on a phone. For instance;
The 4.3" SUPER AMOLED Plus display goes a step beyond the already remarkable SUPER AMOLED to provide enhanced readability, a slimmer design, and better battery consumption for the best viewing value of any smartphone.
Dual Core Application Processor Clocking at lightening speeds the unrivaled performance of the Dual Core Application Processor provides unsurpassed functionality and density for faster browsing, quicker multi-tasking, a smoother UI, snappier streaming and highly efficient gaming. With encoding/decoding ability that supports video play and recording, makes it no.1 among dual cores.
8.49mm Slim Design Taking slim to the next dimension. The Samsung GALAXY S II rides the leading edge with an ultra-slim 8.49mm form factor, a luxurious design and an easy grip. The ultra-slim smartphone also boasts 3D TouchWiz UX adds to the evolutionary experience with a futuristic user interface.
Gorilla Glass covering the front of the phone is remarkable because I already have a Gorilla galss clad device, EEE Pad Transformer, and I love it.
You can find more information on the Samsung Galaxy S II at it's own dedicated site.


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