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    Galaxy S II

    It now officially has a release date on AT&T - October 2nd. It will start out at $199.99 with a two-year contract.

    I'm interested to see how the phone sells.

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    About time... and here's the Tweet link in case anyone wants to see for themselves.

    http://twitter.com/#!/ATT/status/116557798036348928

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    Looking forward to this, will definitely be getting one.

    http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/dev...-galaxy-s2.jsp

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    Bleh. I want them to announce the i927. We haven't had a high-end Android phone with a keyboard on AT&T. EVER. It's the only carrier that hasn't had one, and Verizon's had THREE. C'mon AT&T get it out already!

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    what about the galaxy prime that is rumored for the end of november. would any of you be willing to wait an extra 2 months?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyamo View Post
    what about the galaxy prime that is rumored for the end of november. would any of you be willing to wait an extra 2 months?
    Will be prime available for AT&T???

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyamo View Post
    what about the galaxy prime that is rumored for the end of november. would any of you be willing to wait an extra 2 months?
    You mean Nexus Prime? The Nexus series phones never have keyboards. I'd rather have an original SGS with a 'board than a Nexus Prime or SGSII. Luckily, with i927, I won't have to make that choice. But seriously, AT&T, it's been long enough without a keyboarded phone!!!

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    I would see where the Nexus is going first. I really thing Google Samsung is going to knock it out of the park with this. A buttonless ICS

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    It's a phenomenal phone, certainly the best smartphone on the market at the moment. I've messed with international version, and it's amazing! It's gonna be a tough sell because lots of customers are gonna wait for what's next from Apple, but what a phone SGS2 is...
    Verizon Wireless 20Mhz FDD LTE

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    I'm wondering if it was delayed so much because someone wanted it to compete with the apple launch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingjunior View Post
    I would see where the Nexus is going first. I really thing Google Samsung is going to knock it out of the park with this. A buttonless ICS
    That's sad. We should be going towards ~70 buttons being standard, not this touchscreen-only crap. I'm sick of how hard it is to text without a real keyboard.

    @uncreative, that doesn't really make too much sense as getting the product out first would be best, to get people into the contracts with the SGSII before Apple comes out with their device. I can sort of see riding on the media hype as the "iPhone killer" (which, sorry folks, was the original DROID, everything after has just been better) though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSMinCT View Post
    You mean Nexus Prime? The Nexus series phones never have keyboards. I'd rather have an original SGS with a 'board than a Nexus Prime or SGSII. Luckily, with i927, I won't have to make that choice. But seriously, AT&T, it's been long enough without a keyboarded phone!!!
    Unfortunately for those of us that like keyboards on our smartphones, that is becoming the way of the dodo. It just isn't what is "in" right now, and there are firms predicting in 3-4 years less than 5% of smartphones sold will have keyboards (trying to find the story)
    My opinions are my own and do not reflect the opinions of my employer AT&T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FormerRuling View Post
    Unfortunately for those of us that like keyboards on our smartphones, that is becoming the way of the dodo. It just isn't what is "in" right now, and there are firms predicting in 3-4 years less than 5% of smartphones sold will have keyboards (trying to find the story)
    Yes, the slates may be "in", but I find it hard to believe that few will have 'boards. There are guys like me with fat fingers, women with long nails, etc etc, but look at RIM, the DROID series, and all the cheapo sliders for texting. There are tons of little keyboards being sold. I hope each carrier keeps a high-end device with a 'board moving forward.

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    I'm hearing Samsung really polished up the US version from the international version so maybe the wait was worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingjunior View Post
    I'm hearing Samsung really polished up the US version from the international version so maybe the wait was worth it.
    Not so sure
    I think the AT&T is missing the 900MHZ on the 3G
    and who knows what ealse?
    Good judgment comes from experience,Experience comes from bad judgment

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