As many of you probably know, today is the “epic” day when the Samsung Galaxy S II will be announced for US residents. This is no small deal; we’ve been waiting for this device since its release last April. We’ve been patient enough. Our chance to get our hands all over the Samsung Galaxy S II has–almost–finally arrived.
Only a few hours before the long-awaited announcement, Samsung has outed information on Sprint’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II. This device will be called the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, and the specs seem to be similar to the international version. The only major difference is that this bad boy will have a stunning 4.52-inch display. This could be good or bad, depending on your preferences. That larger Super AMOLED Plus display should be great for media and games, though.
Aside from the screen, everything should be pretty much the same, including the 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. Another mentioned is an “Advanced Android Experience,” which probably includes that interesting-looking app drawer Samsung’s site displays. (Posted below).
Stay tuned for more details on this and the other Samsung Galaxy S II devices set to be announced today. Anyone grabbing this bad boy? Do you guys like the larger screens? Is it too big?