No, the listing on the app doesn't tell us the launch date for the handset. It also doesn't tell us about where Sprint intends on pricing the phone. But it is the latest link we've seen in public between the carrier and the highly anticipated smartphone. The last time we saw Sprint and the Samsung Galaxy S II together in the same story was when we reported that the variant of the phone for the nation's third largest carrier will be called the Epic Touch 4G.
As we told you, Samsung plans on making a "major product announcement" on August 29th, at which time we should learn much more about the Samsung Galaxy S II. In the meantime, those that rely on Sprint's Mobile IP Relay app for communications will be happy to know that they will also be able to upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S II without losing the ability to place relay calls using text.
source: AndroidMarket via AndroidCentral