In case you missed it last week we saw a glimpse of a Samsung Galaxy S II with 4G LTE codenamed the Samsung Celox over in Korea. Today we are getting an actual real world look at the device because apparently it's out in the wild running on those 4G LTE speeds. This is what many think will be what we will see land on Verizon shortly, just like what we saw recently for T-Mobile.
The dedicated home button has been replaced with the popular capacitive soft-touch Android buttons but otherwise it remains the same. With that 8MP camera on the rear and 2MP on the front. This is a 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy S II in case anyone was wondering. If the leaked specs are to be believed we have a 4.5″ Super AMOLED Plus screen, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM and those lovely 4G LTE radios of course.
The details are very light and we don't know much other than a few other bits of leaked information and rumors for now. If this is anything like the first Galaxy S it also came to the U.S with capacitive buttons and not the home button like we saw in the leaked render so this 4G LTE powered beast just might be headed to the U.S. soon after all. I'm just wondering what all this Snapdragon talk is about when Samsung has that highly popular and very well performing dual-core Exynos processor of their own they've been using lately. Either way hopefully we hear more soon.