Samsung Galaxy S II USA Accessories Rundown [Video]

The kind folks at Samsung invited us this week to New York City where we were treated to full-fledged reveal of not one, but three new Galaxy S II devices PLUS some docking accessories for those devices to work with. What we've got now is a closer look at what those docks are and what they can do. You'll find that each of these docks is very simple and straightforward AND you can get them in any color so long as it's black.

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II 4G and Accessory Dock Hands-on

T-Mobile was also at the Galaxy S II party today, they didn't wanna miss out on the dual-core fun and they had their own beautiful phone to show the world. I personally like the T-Mobile SGSII the most with the slightly rounded edges, it just has a great design in my opinion. It was announced by T-Mobile right as the event was starting to day in NYC and you can read all about that here.

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Hands-on

AT&T also has their own Galaxy S II to show off today and we were able to snatch a few photos and a quick video before they threw it back under the glass. I've wrote Galaxy S II so much today I think I'll just say SGSII from here on out. So, AT&T will be launching the SGSII come September 18th and be just a few days behind the others, but don't worry it will be yours with a new 2-year contract for only $199.

Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch Hands-On

In case anyone missed it, today was Samsung day and they've officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S II Smartphone is headed to all three major US carriers with the exception of Verizon (they have bigger plans so I'm told). We were live at the NYC Samsung event getting all the juicy details. For the official announcement of the Epic 4G Touch click here. The WiMAX version will be available starting September 16th for the low price of just $199. We have pictures and videos below.

Samsung Galaxy S II Official for AT&T with 4.3″ AMOLED Display Coming in September

The details just coming in over the past few minutes but just as we guessed Samsung has announced the Galaxy S II for all three major carriers in the US with the exception for Verizon. We have some press photos for everyone to enjoy and as soon as we get some hands-on time with the real devices we will be sure to update. Sadly the AT&T version will be coming to market with the same 4.3" display we've seen on current models.

Samsung Galaxy S II Gets Official on T-Mobile this Fall

The long wait is finally over and today at the event in NYC Samsung is just about set to start announcing what we have all been waiting for. The Samsung Galaxy S II here in the US. T-Mobile has quickly jumped out and has just pinged us to inform everyone and our readers that they will be carrying the Galaxy S II. We aren't sure if this is the rumored Hercules or not but either way it's good news.

Samsung Confirms Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch

Well guys it appears this is a bit more official after this. Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy S II with 4G WiMAX and it will be called the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch on their online training site. I must say that is a HUGE name for a smartphone and it really is just way too long. I'll be calling it the SGSIIE4GT for short, if you call that short.

Motorola DROID Bionic Laptop Dock Priced at $299

Uh oh, I don't know about you guys but I still feel this is way to expensive if it turns out to be accurate. Sources are now coming forward claiming the Motorola Droid Bionic laptop webdock will be priced at $299.97 come launch. I feel this is a bit expensive especially when the phone will also be priced at $299. When the Atrix Dock was announced at $499 and even discounted to $350 bundled with the phone it was still too high and users were hoping for something better this time around.

Firefox for Android Tablets Unveiled

One of the most popular browsers by Mozilla is coming to Android Tablets. We already have Firefox for Android but it currently only officially supports phones. Today on the Mozilla blog they've announced what I've heard a few times being called "fennecomb". This is Firefox for Android honeycomb tablets folks.
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