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Samsung Galaxy S II Likely Headed to All Four Major U.S. Carriers (Updated)



Update: Sadly, it had to do with the launch of the 4G LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1.

We’re pretty sure that the Samsung Galaxy S II is going to be launching next month in the United States. And we’re also fairly certainly that it’s going to be launching on AT&T and Sprint at the very least. And now, we’re pretty sure that all four major U.S.  carriers are going to be getting Samsung’s latest and greatest device as Samsung’s Mobile USA account has posted something alluding to that very thing. In a mysterious post today, the account posted the following status: “We think the best things often come in 4…” The statement’s vagueness  is both frustrating and exciting at the same time especially for those that are caught between the Galaxy S II, Motorola Droid Bionic and the upcoming iPhone 5.

Samsung Galaxy S II Tease

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It’s also entirely possible that this message doesn’t refer to the Galaxy S II at all but I could definitely see this meaning the handset will be heading to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon next month in a launch reminiscent of the original Galaxy S device.

We’ve already seen the devices that we think are headed to AT&T and Sprint and now we await the T-Mobile and Verizon versions of the Galaxy S II. And you know what else we are waiting for?

Release dates so people can decide what phone they want to get. Help us out here, Samsung.

Via: Phandroid



  1. Anonymous

    07/27/2011 at 5:10 am

    4 could be 4g !!!!!!!!!!

    … am I totally wrong ?

  2. Vic Mackey

    07/27/2011 at 6:50 am

    Motorola might as well through the Bionic in bargain bin if the GSII comes out as a 4G device…..

    • Anonymous

      07/28/2011 at 2:45 am

      If its not a 4G LTE device I wouldn’t want it. A Non 4G galaxy…..Bionic wouls run circles around it when using it on the network.

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