Samsung’s latest Android-powered smartphone models will be available next month, but as expected Verizon will not be carrying it.
AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, however, are all set to stock the device in the coming weeks. It is Samsung’s goal to make it as much of an iPhone rival as possible, and hopes that by introducing it to multiple carriers it will be able to tout high sales numbers.
“Galaxy S” is the brand name used by Samsung to refer to its high-end Android phones. When it first introduced the name last year, there were several different handsets each referred to as Galaxy S phone. For example, each mobile phone provider offered completely different handsets.
For this latest refresh, however, Samsung has tightened its focus, although there will still be differences between each carrier’s version of the Galaxy S II.
For starters, the Sprint version will have an entirely different name – the Epic 4G Touch. In addition, the AT&T version has a 4.3-inch display while T-Mobile and Sprint will both get a 4.52-inch phone. The batteries will also slightly vary in size.
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