US droid lovers now have two more gadgets running their favorite OS to choose from - the Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. Both can be bought right now, the first from AT&T's stores or website, and the latter - from Best Buy.
The Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T is a lot like the international version of the S II, with some differences - check out our review for the differences. It's priced at $200 with a two-year contract (with a minimum data service of $15/month) or you can have it contract-free for $550. It comes highly recommended by our team of reviewers.
Sprint has a Galaxy S II too, it's called "Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch" (quite a mouthful, we know). It's $200 on a two-year contract too or $500 of contract. T-Mobile USA will be getting an S II soon, $229 on a two-year contract (after $50 mail-in rebate). Just keep in mind that this version doesn’t use the Exynos chipset, though both the Sprint version and the T-Mo version boast 4.5-inch screens.
Anyway, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 has kept mostly out of the line of Apple's fire (it's the Tab 10.1 that takes the hits) and can now be purchased from Best Buy for $470. That's for the Wi-Fi version only, 16GB version. The 32GB version (again Wi-Fi only) is $570, but that's backordered.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been available for a while, so you can have a look at that too. There are no 3G or LTE enabled versions listed of either 8.9 or 10.1 yet though.
Really just stopped by today and they had 24 left in stock.
If your looking for this phone look around for small authorized at&t stores maybe some in not so big cities.
you dont even have to pay $200 you know you can even get one for free if you get a loan. It reminds me of that free house i got the last time i went to the bank.