Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD will not hit AT&T's shelves
This is hardly a shocker given the fact that the device in question got unveiled a cool four months ago during CES. AT&T and Samsung have decided to abandon the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD.
Apparently, the launch of the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE did not make any sense, given the announcement of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III last week, along with the handset's upcoming availability in the United States.
Curiously enough however, Mr. Bidan did not confirm the launch of the S III on AT&T's network. Instead, he mentioned that the smartphone will be available on "the fastest HSPA+ and LTE networks" in the U.S. this summer.
The good thing is that since AT&T fits the the description, we can more than reasonably expect 4.8" of Super AMOLED goodness to become available in the carrier's orange/white colored boxes in the nearest future.
True. I'm like inlove with this phone and hoping to have it.. But it was cancelled. It really broke my heart when i heard the news about it.
- 2012-05-15 21:50
- Omar BHR
Source from at&t themself , they say its the most sold phone after the iphone and they will not be supprised if its selling the iphone out
- 2012-05-11 22:28
- 2012-05-11 03:16