Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most popular Android smartphones. This handset has been launched in most of the European and Asian countries including the UK, South Korea and India. But, the smartphone users in the United States are still waiting for the launch of this amazing device. Samsung will finally announce the much-awaited Galaxy S II, tomorrow at an event in New York. Samsung Galaxy S II will be available in three different variants, exclusively for the Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T customers.
The Sprint version of the Galaxy S II will be called as the Samsung Epic 4G Touch. The guys at PocketNow recently shared the leaked press shot of the new Samsung Epic 4G Touch. The design of the device is quite similar as compared to the original Galaxy S II, except the four capacitive buttons below the display, instead of the large home button and two capacitive buttons.
The Samsung Epic 4G Touch will also come with a large 4.5 inch touchscreen display, 1.5 GHz dual core application processor, latest Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) Operating System and the additional 4G connectivity options. There are no other changes in the specs of this device. It will come with the same 8 megapixel camera with full HD (1080p) video recording, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, 3D user interface, Bluetooth 3.0, Android Market, Social Hub Premium, Readers Hub, Game Hub, Music Hub, Kies Air, NFC and so on.
The T-Mobile and AT&T’s variant of the Galaxy S II will be called as the Samsung Hercules and Samsung Attain respectively. The complete specs, features, price and release date will be announced tomorrow. Stay tuned for more info!