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Teaser Page Hints at U.S. Samsung Galaxy S2 Launch

Samsung's Galaxy S2 has already proved incredibly popular in many countries around the world. Just this week, the company revealed that it has shipped five million units less than three months after launch. The company's even sending a white version of the phone to the UK. However, despite all of this, the phone has yet to land on U.S. shores. Largely expected to arrive next month, it looks like Samsung is finally gearing up for a U.S. release of the Galaxy S2.

Electronista points to a newly-launched website for the device, which invites users to sign up for additional information on the handset. Though it doesn't give any indication as to what date we might expect the phone to arrive (nor does it mention if it will be available on any network other than Sprint), it hopefully does mean that we're getting closer to U.S. availability.

The Galaxy S2 launched in April of this year and boasts a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Gorilla Glass display, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of flash storage (up to 32GB via MicroSD), an 8-megapixel camera capable of recording full HD, a 2-megapixel front-facing affair for video chat, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 2.0, WiFi, and NFC support. 

  • jibbs
    Thanks for the link...
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  • amk-aka-Phantom
    Lol, about time. Funny how US is always first to get new gadgets, except this time... I thought it's already there.

    Anyway, people, now it's your chance to get the best Android on the market. Wonder how much it'll be in the US - it's aboot $800 here =)
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  • SlickyFats
    jibbsThanks for the link...I smell sarcasm....but it is there. Try clicking the SOURCE ant the beginning of the document.
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  • fawesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Click on "Samsung" written next to source at the top of the page. That's where you can register =]
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  • Its about 650-700 $ here india I m a sgs 2 users since irs wa launched I tell you guys its just souter fast its has more juice then you can handle...
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  • 7amood
    GALAXY SII WORLDWIDE SCREEN PROBLEM
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  • jimmysmitty
    amk-aka-phantomLol, about time. Funny how US is always first to get new gadgets, except this time... I thought it's already there.Anyway, people, now it's your chance to get the best Android on the market. Wonder how much it'll be in the US - it's aboot $800 here =)
    Actually in this kind of stuff we are always last since, well regulations are harder here than anywhere else. Just like with cars. Our regulations make it harder to get devices approved.

    But its a nice phone. My boss got one erly by ordering it from Europe.

    Only wish I could afford one. Its just very nice.
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  • Its Super AMOLED+ screen which uses RGB instead of Pentile Matrix...
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  • rantoc
    AMDPhenomX4Its Super AMOLED+ screen which uses RGB instead of Pentile Matrix...
    Indeed and the detail/vivid color is amazing for its size. Pentile displays is just cheap, its a reason Samsung themselves (who have the pentile tm'd) choose not to use it in their flagship phone!
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