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Samsung Galaxy S II Coming Soon to US!

30 July 2011 5,724 views No Comment

After being sold more than 5 million units in 120 countries, much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone is finally making its way to US. Samsung USA has put up a sign up page for Galaxy S II where U.S. customers can register for latest updates. It means this smartphone is really close to USA launch. When signing up customers will be prompted to choose which carrier would they like to get Samsung Galaxy S II from. AT&T, Cellular South, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Sprint, US Cellular, and Verizon are listed in sign up form.

Samsung Galaxy S II

Galaxy S II smartphone will be called Samsung Within on Sprint Network, Samsung Function on Verizon, and Samsung Attain on AT&T. Fueled by Dual Core Application Processor, Samsung Galaxy S II features 4.3″ SUPER AMOLED Plus display, Android 2.3 Platform, 8MP rear auto focus camera with LED Flash, 2MP front-facing camera, 16GB/32GB internal memory, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth v3.0 + HS, USB v2.0, 3.5mm headphone jack, MicroUSB connector, A-GPS navigation, and much more.

With better battery consumption for best viewing value of any smartphone, Galaxy S II comes with Full HD 1080p recording and playback capability. This smartphone lets you enjoy PC-like web browsing and console-quality gaming. With ultra-slim 8.49mm form factor, easy grip, and luxurious design, Galaxy S II rides the leading edge. The smartphone features Samsung’s new customizable UX that selects contents you use most and then displays them on main screen.

If you are eager to find out more on one of the best Android smartphone available in the market today, stay tuned to TechPlus or get updates by registering on Samsung Galaxy S II sign-up page.


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