AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Pictures Leak; Sports a Four-Row QWERTY Keyboard
By on July 26th, 2011

Samsung officially confirmed that their most popular handset of all time the Galaxy S II will be hitting the U.S. sometime in August. Now, the folks over at BGR have got their hands on the leaked pictures of the Galaxy S II, which will be headed to AT&T.

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The AT&T variant of the Galaxy S II will sport a four-row slide-out QWERTY keyboard. From the pictures, the screen size of the AT&T variant looks somewhere around 4+ inches. The handset will also sport the four standard capacitive keys, instead of the two capacitive and one hardware key layout found in the Galaxy S II.

In all probability, the handset will be launched with a different name than its original (Galaxy S II). The images also show that the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S II will launch with Android 2.3.4. The back of the phone will sport an 8MP camera with an LED flash.

The leaked images also suggest that Samsung has managed to keep the waistline of the Galaxy S II slim, even with the inclusion of a hardware keyboard. AT&T users should expect the Galaxy S II sometime in the coming month.

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  • http://www.techhim.com Himanshu

    this is iphone killer for sure.

  • Tim Turner

    I’ll have to hold off on purchasing any more Samsung Products. We have two Samsung Captivates on AT&T and neither can receive MMS in our home in the heart of OKC. Others standing around us on different phones receive their messages fine, on both AT&T and on T-Mobile, which claims to receive MMS via Wifi, unlike AT&T. Certainly worth considering T-Mobile if that is true. Wished I had my old RazrIIV9X back.

 
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