AT&T has announced an update for the Galaxy S2. This latest update is available over-the-air and by way of Kies and will bring the device up to Android 4.0.4. And while this is just a small bump up from the 4.0.3 you are already running, it does have a few changes worth mentioning.
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Jelly Bean is often talked about. But that being the case, we probably should not stop thinking of the Galaxy S2 and Ice Cream Sandwich. After all, US Cellular has just announced an update for that handset.
Galaxy S2, yes, S2. This time around it is the Galaxy S2 Plus (GT-I9105) and while that would seem to suggest that the specs will be a bump up from the regular Galaxy S2 -- that is not the case here. Keep in mind though, as of now these details are coming by way of leaks and rumors.
This is the Samsung Galaxy S II. There are many like it, but AT&T customers, this one is yours. The carrier is now officially selling the phone on its website. They initially announced a September 18th release date for the much-anticipated superphone, so they're only a little late.
saw a render of what appeared to be an unknown Samsung Slider headed to AT&T. We were speculating here in the office if it would be a Galaxy S II variant or not but it appears that has now been confirmed for us. Today the real deal popped up for the camera and we have some clear pictures that look exactly like the previous leaked render.
Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone has been selling by the millions and is one of the better Android smartphones to be on the market over there. I know that many Android fans in the US have been anxiously waiting for the Galaxy S II to hit the market stateside so they can enjoy the awesome too. We now have the rough date on when the smartphone will be available in the US.
nightly builds as well as a few other Samsung phones and now it looks like team CM will be adding the top dog, the Galaxy S II to the list.
that here. Then we recently discovered it was also on the Droid Charge as well. We now can tell you the Samsung Galaxy S II also has a stock built-in screen capture feature.
Samsung Galaxy S II has already hit Korea and the UK, but has yet to reveal a date for its U.S. release. Either way, with a recent announcement of a NFC-enabled version heading to the UK in June, the device is certainly ready to set foot on our shores any day now. And what better way to whet our appetites than with an extensive 12-minute long demo to show off its power, speed, and cool new UI features.