Nov 22 AT 1:38 PM Anthony Domanico 20 Comments

T-Mobile launching snow white Galaxy S II for holidays

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Samsung and T-Mobile have announced that they will be releasing a “sleek snow white” version of the popular Galaxy S II superphone in time for the holiday season. They did not announce retail availability or price points for the white Galaxy S II, though we expect the phone will be available in T-Mobile stores and may very well make its way to Best Buy, which has a history of selling alternatively-colored Android phones.

The black version of the Galaxy S II is currently retailing for $229.99 with a new two-year agreement, and we have to believe that the white version will retail for the same. It is possible that the snow-white Galaxy S II will come in at a lower price point on a holiday sale, however, and T-Mobile and Samsung are promising more information on the release soon. For now, they’ve released a short teaser video to hold you over.

Though the white Galaxy S II is certainly a sleek device, we certainly hope it doesn’t come with seven dwarfs in the box (athankyou). Who out there is planning on picking up the white version of the S II when it launches this holiday season? Anyone else think this looks way too much like the white iPhone? Sound off below.

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  • spintrex

    I wonder when, if ever, we will start seeing different colors, other than black and white, come to major phone releases. That’s one of the things I like about the beats by Dr. Dre headsets and the iPod Nanos, adds a small dose of personality to your products.

  • Nathan

    At least ppl have choice of color :)

  • sylar

    I would buy one if it came in blue but alas it is not to be. Though it feels like they are just copying apple to me.

    • iamXiV92a

      I feel that black and white are pretty standard colours for most every electronic device out there. The only problem I would see is once you start stepping into the Nokia realm of colours, it could pose a threat for not being cost effective (however being a large company, they can afford to do such things). Then again, that’s what case-mate (and the like) are for

    • http://www.anthonydomanico.com Anthony Domanico

      I think blue would be pretty slick.

      • JC005

        I would fancy a red, deep red or a hunter green.

    • spintrex

      I thought the same thing, you introduce a new color and treat it like a completely different device… oh apple and their trickery over the masses

  • iamXiV92a

    Can we get a white one for AT&T?

  • Troy

    And it will be outdated in less than 2 months, give it a whirl

  • wontsttle4less

    great phone

  • mimogear

    Icing on the cake. What is it about color that can make a phone look completely different. Well good move Samsung. Bringing out the choices!!

  • JC005

    I’ve never been a big fan of the white phones but, I really like this one. Might give it a go when it comes my way.

  • dgcostello

    Any idea when we will see this? The “holidays” are already here and I would love one for Xmas

  • http://genesischess.com/ MJM128

    My brother should’ve waited, white looks better!