A lot of information about the U.S. based Samsung Galaxy S II handset has been released over the last few days. Another sign that we are getting close to the U.S. launch of the highly anticipated smartphone is Samsung’s U.S. web site, showcasing the non branded Galaxy S II handset’s image. U.S. citizens, who are looking for the Galaxy S II launching details, can now sign up to be notified about the U.S. availability via Samsung’s Galaxy S II US landing page. The signup page is live now, and accepting the registrations from everyone. We already knew that Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint are gearing up to release the U.S. iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S II in different variants. Samsung has also noted the same thing – “Appearance of device may vary”.
We’ve already seen the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S II aka Samsung Attain, which is having a sliding-out physical QWERTY keyboard, and we’ve also passed along a prototype of the AT&T model without QWERTY keyboard. We’ve also showed you a picture of Sprint branded Galaxy S II handset, and it has already hits the FCC steps with 4G WiMAX radio under the hood.
Galaxy S II has got a 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear-facing camera, running with Gingerbread flavor of Android OS. So hit the source link at below to head over to Samsung U.S. website, and you will be able to register your email address with Samsung to get the word when the handset becomes available for your carrier by drop in some basic information like name, email, phone number, and carrier preference. That’s all the information Samsung wants from you. Samsung will also notify you via SMS as well.