For months, Android fans have been waiting for Samsung’s Galaxy S II to launch in the United States, but the version that’s rumored to arrive on AT&T next month might be a lot different from what people are expecting.
AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II will reportedly have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, as evidenced by a series of spy shots published on Boy Genius Report. Although BGR says the smartphone is still relatively slim, the extra weight and thickness is sure to upset people who were hoping to buy what is currently the thinnest touch screen phone on the market.
It has been rumored that the AT&T Galaxy S II phone would be called the Attain, but we are not sure if that name will land on this device or another version without the QWERTY slider.
The model number is SGH-I927, and it will be running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. It is expected to have matching specs to the Galaxy S II which is a 1.2GHz dual core CPU, 1GB RAM, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus Screen, 8MP rear camera, and 1.9MP front camera. Samsung has managed to cram an impressive 1650 mAh battery into the Galaxy S2. The Lithium Ion battery can go unplugged for up to 18 hrs minutes on 2G and up to 8 hrs on 3G networks. The Galaxy S2 I9100 comes with 16 GB of internal memory and supports up to 32 GB microSD cards.
The Samsung Galaxy I9100 sports an ultra-thin 8.4 mm chassis with smooth curved edges. The S2 features a unique Hyperskin mesh back panel which gives added grip and prevents the phone from heating up during extended calls.
The S2 19100 supports 3G, GPRS , EDGE and Wi-Fi connectivity. The mobile supports DLNA and high speed Bluetooth v 3.0 connectivity for media sharing and comes with a micro USB port for sync and recharge. The Galaxy S2 features an intuitive Voice Command feature that allows hands-free execution of all major functions like calls, texting, launching apps and music control with the ease of a voice command.
The S2 is preloaded with the Readers Hub app which gains you access to over 2 million book titles and 2,500 magazines in 16 different languages. The Social Hub integrates various social networks like Facebook, Orkut and Twitter into a single feed. The Galaxy I9100 can organize and synchronise contacts from multiple networks into a single streamlined phone book. The other interesting thing is that Samsung is bringing an unnamed QWERTY slider to Verizon as well. Wouldn’t it be interesting if that turns up to be another variant of the Galaxy S II as well?
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