Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE for AT&T meets FCC
0. phoneArena posted on 08 Mar 2012, 23:36
Introduced at CES in Las Vegas, the Samsung S II HD LTE is supposedly coming to AT&T ; the device, also known as the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD, has been given the thumbs up by the FCC and should be launched shortly...
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3. Whateverman posted on 09 Mar 2012, 01:16 1 0
Att has like 17 versions of the Galaxy S II's, yet VZW still has not one! Why?
4. Tre-Nitty posted on 09 Mar 2012, 06:36 0 0
Samsung is doing exactly what HTC did by continually rehashing the same phone over and over. I had the sgs2, skyrocket, and now the note and I'm gonna return it. Now this is coming out. Same phone, different size and minor spec changes.
6. alfadolla posted on 09 Mar 2012, 11:02 0 0
It's a nice phone but you know soon as you get it the Samsung Galaxy III HD will be coming out like two months later... So it best to pace yourself too see what you really want.
7. spinz posted on 09 Mar 2012, 11:46 0 0
I'm afraid even if the GS III becomes available in 2 months, it might take a while before the stateside carriers actually get it. However, I'm still deciding between the skyrocket HD or the one XL in terms of having removable battery & microSD expandable vs. faster processor and better camera. I kinda opting for the one XL since it will already have the ICS.
8. Jyakotu posted on 09 Mar 2012, 15:06 0 0
I would hate to have this phone and somebody asks me what kind of phone I have. It would be tiresome to say, "I have the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD." LOL
9. spinz posted on 09 Mar 2012, 15:11 0 0
Or just make it short GSII Skyrocket HD. hehe. Long names doesn't matter to me as long it's a good phone.
10. Forsaken77 posted on 10 Mar 2012, 00:39 0 0
So it's the same as the og Skyrocket except the screen is an inch and a half bigger and slightly better resolution? And why doesn't it have ICS??!!! I can't stand that manufacturers are putting out newer versions of phones every 2 months. It makes the early adopters feel ripped off and now you want to keep waiting to see when the upgraded version will come out.