Summary: Multiple reports quoting a SprintFeed essay contend a Samsung Galaxy S II, reportedly set to use Epic 4G Touch branding, will arrive in stores on Sep 8th. If true, afterwards a Now Network will be a initial US conduit to offer Samsung’s many renouned Android smartphone to date.
Multiple reports led by SprintFeed explain that a Samsung Galaxy S II that will run underneath a ensign of Sprint Nextel, will arrive in a United States smartphone marketplace on Sep 8th. If true, afterwards a Sprint Nextel Samsung Galaxy S II will be a initial various that will strike a US stores. Samsung Galaxy S II (or Galaxy S2) is a many renouned Android smartphone of Samsung to date, formed on a series of units shipped, and units sold.
Additional rumors contend a Samsung Galaxy S II for Sprint will use a Samsung Epic Touch 4G branding, though will still contend a specs. The strange (or global) chronicle of a Samsung Galaxy S II sports 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of dedicated RAM, 8 megapixel behind camera, a front confronting 2 megapixel camera for video chatting, and pre-installed with a latest Android Gingerbread 2.3 out of a box with a tradition Samsung TouchWiz skin on top.
But a Sep 8 is also a rumored recover date of Verizon’s much-anticipated Android smartphone, a Motorola Droid Bionic. The new Motorola Mobility phone with Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 and tradition Motorola skin on tip of a UI is a renouned device due to a constrained Long Term Evolution connectivity and dual-core TI OMAP4 processor clocked during 1 GHz. Motorola Droid Bionic will be a initial LTE Android inclination to embody dual-core processor.
Aside from a Droid Bionic, rumors contend Verizon Wireless is also approaching to lift a Samsung Galaxy S II, though a conduit is still not confirming a reports. Droid Life speculates that a Samsung Celox could be a LTE chronicle of a Galaxy S2 that will join a US Android market. Samsung Celox was leaked final week, sporting 4.5 in. shade and rumored to embody dual-core processor and LTE connectivity.
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