Friday, June 17, 2011

SakTel First Carrier in North America to Confirm Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy S IISaskTel, the Saskatchewan-based cellular carrier, will soon be the first North American carrier to confirm plans to release the new Galaxy S II smartphone from Samsung. The timing of the announcement suggests that the device may be on track for a wider launch via multiple North American carriers sometime in July.

The phone, which will be running on the Android OS platform, recently broke an internal record for Samsung by selling more than 1 million units in Korea within 30 days. US carriers are expected to acquire the smartphone with some slight differences. Recent reports are pointing to the label Attain for the model from AT&T.

The second-generation Galaxy S will offer a 4.3-inch screen that capitalizes on Samsung's improved Super AMOLED Plus technology. In addition to that, the profile has been reduced to 8.9mm with other features including a revamped TouchWiz interface and support for 21Mbps 3G networks.

The current Samsung Galaxy S has been one of the hottest selling smartphones on the market and, if the U.S. is anything like Korea, the Samsung Galaxy II will be just as hot, if not more so. Unfortunately, Samsung has yet to announce specific launch plans for North America.

Source: Electronista - SaskTel first North American carrier to confirm Galaxy S II

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