AT&T Galaxy S II Pictured by Samsung Singapore’s Facebook

June 11, 2011
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Well we may have several potential names for American versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II, but are lacking release time frames of any kind. Seeing as how this is one of, if not the sexiest phone out there for now this is a bit sad for those of us state-side. Samsung Singapore, of all places, has let us know that the GSII is in the works for America with an accessory picture.

The image above appeared on Samsung Mobile Singapore's facebook page a few days ago. The image is for a desktop dock for the Galaxy S II. A cool accessory to be sure, but more importantly, this version of the GSII has an at&t logo just beneath the speaker.

International users have been enjoying the Galaxy S II for a while now, while we're still eagerly awaiting an official announcement of the phone in the U.S. still. Hopefully this means the announcement is coming soon. Of note in the image above is that, like with the original Galaxy S, Samsung appears to be replacing its more iPhone looking hardware button scheme with the standard 4 capacitive buttons common to Android phones. This means that while we won't get the physical home key like the original, we don't lose the search key.


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  • http://profiles.google.com/kwillsrepsbk Kevin Williams

    surprisingly enough, i actually prefer the look of this as oppose to the actual SGSII, simply because it looks less Iphoney

    Though i wish we’d get some more news as to when this well head over to the us..even though i am a t-mo customer knowing that it will be here still give me some hope..

  • http://profiles.google.com/kwillsrepsbk Kevin Williams

    surprisingly enough, i actually prefer the look of this as oppose to the actual SGSII, simply because it looks less Iphoney

    Though i wish we’d get some more news as to when this well head over to the us..even though i am a t-mo customer knowing that it will be here still give me some hope..

    • http://trueacu.com acupuncture

      I was thinking the same thing. However, I really wish OEMs would copy apple in removing all logos from the front of the phone–just maximize the screen and get all those bezel adding logos off.

  • Trock1

    The Samsung Galaxy S2 has a hardware back-to-homepage-button at the bottom center; this phone doesn’t.

    • John Scheible

      Yes, this phone has a standard capactive home button and a capacitive search button rather than the centered physical home key.

  • Danix180

    I don’t get it why Samsung removed the physical button on thisphone. This is just stupid. They should keep all the phones the same. Including the ridiculous names they have for the us market.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Cornier-Chevere/332600888 David Cornier-Chevere

    Also, I could have sworn they had talked about a july release in one of the comments in the pictures. I mean, that Samsung Singapore said that not some random dude.

  • Dec0der

    I hope this is the actually the Attain, as the home button was too iPhoney and came at the loss of the search button. Sadly, I think all of this is actually an artist rendering mistake. If you go the actual Fbook page these images came from you can see the retail packaging for the GS2 dock… on it you can clearly see the home keyed model. So I think this is all much to do about nothing.

  • Dec0der

    I hope this is the actually the Attain, as the home button was too iPhoney and came at the loss of the search button. Sadly, I think all of this is actually an artist rendering mistake. If you go the actual Fbook page these images came from you can see the retail packaging for the GS2 dock… on it you can clearly see the home keyed model. So I think this is all much to do about nothing.