May 28 AT 12:51 AM Taylor Wimberly 13 Comments

Samsung Galaxy S spied for AT&T

Our friends over at AndroidGuys have dug up some pictures of what appears to be a version of the Samsung Galaxy S headed to AT&T. The leaked phone has the model number SGH-i897 (which we have seen before), but the outer casing looks a little different than the Galaxy S we know and love. Gone is the iPhone-inspired design which has been replaced by more rounded edges.

We previously reported that the Samsung Galaxy S was coming to all four major U.S. carriers, but this is the first evidence we have received. These images reportedly came from a developer handset, so it sounds like AT&T is already seeding these devices out and a launch could be around the corner.

The source also claims this device has Google Search implemented instead of the Yahoo Search we saw on the Motorola Backflip. That could always change by launch, but hopefully they leave Google Search in this Google-powered phone.

Samsung SGH-i897

The Samsung SGH-i897.

Source: AndroidGuys

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