The story of AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II has taken an interesting twist: it looks like the second largest US mobile carrier plans to introduce two versions of the smartphone.
One of them is the SGH-i927, the QWERTY-equipped device that we’ve seen yesterday. And the other one seems to be this keyboardless handset that has just appeared over at Android Central. Reportedly, this handset is AT&T and Galaxy S II branded, and is currently in testing at AT&T. Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread and a WVGA display are the only features that have been unveiled until now. The smartphone certainly resembles the original Galaxy S II, although its corners are a bit more rounded, and there’s no hardware home button.
AT&T and Samsung should provide some official details on their Galaxy S II-related plans soon. Hopefully, both the QWERTY and non-QWERTY editions will make it to the market.
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