Samsung’s fastest selling smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S II is coming to the U.S. very soon. Unfortunately, Verizon has confirmed that it won’t be picking the Galaxy S II. But, Finally we’ve gotten conclusive looks at each of the Samsung Galaxy S II variants for the U.S. carriers T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T. Center is Sprint’s handset. AT&T’s on the right and the T-Mobile’s on the left. As you can see in the image above, that physical home button found with the original has been removed in favor of the normal four Android keys. Other than that, the design has not changed all that much, but the three variants have got roundness on the corners and the T-Mobile’s variant is going to turn as a super curvy Samsung Galaxy S II. We can also see that there will be Netflix app pre-loaded.
There is still no Verizon phone in the picture. Looks like Verizon either made a mistake to not carry it or has something big on the way. The Verizon people can look for two big handsets that are heading to their network. LTE 4G capable Motorola Droid Bionic will be hitting the stores in early September and there are rumors that Verizon is planning to launch Nexus Prime (Samsung-made).
The event was first scheduled to held on Monday, August 29th to unveil their plans for rollout to the U.S. But the Hurricane Irene pushes the Samsung’s U.S. Galaxy S II event to Tuesday. So guys, everybody is itching to see what the Korean manufacturer have in store for the U.S. carriers.