Samsung’s Galaxy S II has sold well over 1 million units in Korea, but fans in the US are still waiting to get their hands on this exciting superphone. We’re still waiting on US carriers to announce their plans, but Samsung’s Singapore Facebook account just posted some pictures of what could be AT&T’s version.
The Galaxy S II was first revealed in February at Mobile World Congress, and many thought the phone might launch by now. Recent rumors place the US version hitting stores around late Q3.
The AT&T version looks pretty similar to the Samsung Infuse 4G, but Phil Nickinson from Android Central points out that the power button is slightly different. Some have also said the Galaxy S II has a single button on the front; but, all the US versions have been slightly different from the international version.
In fact, we won’t know the exact specs of the US versions until the carriers announce them. So far we have seen the Galaxy S II in several different variations powered by an Exynos, OMAP4 and Tegra 2 processor. About the only hardware spec that’s certain is Samsung’s stellar Super AMOLED Plus display.
My current Android phone is the Samsung Nexus S, so I’m quite interested to see what changes are made when this beauty finally lands in our shores. If you’re in the market for a new Android phone are you excited by any of the already announced, upcoming models or are you holding out for the Galaxy S II?