It appears two new Galaxy S II phones are heading to AT&T – a QWERTY slider and an oddly-shaped candybar. Both droids will pack exactly the same specs as the original I9100 Galaxy S II and run on Android Gingerbread.
It was just yesterday we saw an official picture of unfamiliar AT&T-bounded Samsung Galaxy S II slider and today we have a live photos to confirm it.
The leaked photos reveal the slider’s model name is SGH-I927 and it is running on Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. The untypical for AT&T four-key design on both the front panel and the QWERTY keyboard confirms that today’s SGH-I927 is indeed the same as the yesterday’s leaked official photo.
But that’s not all. The situation gets even more curious with another leaked picture that shows a Galaxy S II phone but without the keyboard. And it should be joining the AT&T’s gang too.
So, AT&T’s portfolio is bound to expand really soon with at least two Galaxy S II phones – a QWERTY slider and a standard candybar – featuring the same specs as the pioneer I9100 Galaxy S II but with a more rounded design. We’ll just have to wait a bit for the official announcements.
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Ashura: I have successfuly drawn using the ball of my thumb!!! try harder :-)