Now we have some pictures in flesh and blood, and the SGH-I927 coding reveals that the device shown is indeed the almighty Samsung Galaxy S II. So, instead of Sprint, this year AT&T could have signed up for a keyboarded versions of Samsung's best and brightest Android handset.
The AT&T version is seemingly having Samsung's own Exynos dual-core chipset inside, as the pretty strong Quadrant score of 3056 reveals in the pictures below. Still, slapping a physical slide-out QWERTY on something deemed one of the thinnest smartphone out there, with its monster 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus display kind of defeats the purpose, but on the other hand it will probably fill a big gap in AT&T's Android portfolio.
How do you feel about that alleged keyboarded version of the Samsung Galaxy S II heading to AT&T?