AT&T's version of the Samsung Galaxy S II revealed on Samsung's Facebook page

AT&T's version of the Samsung Galaxy S II revealed on Samsung's Facebook page
What a strange week it has been for all of those Stateside smartphone fanatics, eagerly awaiting news on when the great beast-the Samsung Galaxy S II-will be launched in the U.S. Why, just the other day, a Verizon spokeswomen emailed great news to ComputerWorld that the Samsung Function (Big Red's CDMA version of the Galaxy S II) would be released next month. But before anyone could find a corkscrew to open the champagne, the spokeswomen recanted and said it was a mistake. She was talking about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

While it won't make Verizon customers any happier, for some strange reason, the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, the most eagerly awaited smartphone since, well, the Apple iPhone 3G, is pictured on Samsung Mobile's Singapore Facebook page. The AT&T Attain, with the carrier's branding clearly visible, is seen nestled into a desktop dock as if it were a common everyday sight. The pictures reveal both HDMI and 3.5mm audio jacks.

Not a word was said about the device on the site, and to be honest, it looks like the photographs were designed to show off the accessories to the phone. In fact, the caption for the picture doesn't even mention the AT&T Attain and merely says, "Samsung GALAXY S II Desktop Dock

Seeing is believing and it where there is smoke , there is fire. Two great sayings that apply in both the faulty Verizon email and this picture of the Attain. It would appear that the U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy S II is very close to coming over Stateside. After all, there really is no way that AT&T or Samsung can claim that this is a misunderstanding.

For those of you thinking that the picture is that of the Samsung Infuse 4G, the power button is a bit different than the one on the 4.5 inch device which can be seen when you look at the second picture below

source: SamsungMobileSingaporeFacebook via AndroidandMe

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Galaxy S II AT&T
  • Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 2 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos, Dual-core, 1200 MHz
  • Storage 16GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1650 mAh(8.00h talk time)



1. zach44

Posts: 22; Member since: Apr 15, 2011

This makes me think maybe the spokeswoman was right but maybe wasn't supose to say anything?

20. tedkord

Posts: 17513; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

No way. When has Verizon EVER gotten a multi-carrier phone before all the other carriers? You'll be lucky if the S II comes to Verizon less than 3 months after the other 3 major carriers get it.

2. TheBrizz

Posts: 18; Member since: Sep 24, 2010

Give it to me with stock Android and maybe I'll be interested.

31. NeXoS

Posts: 292; Member since: May 03, 2011

Samsung gave the CyanogenMod team SGS II's before the US public, so it won't be long after launch that CM7 will support this phone.

3. spinelessrabbit

Posts: 35; Member since: Dec 28, 2010


4. whatever24 unregistered

This looks like it could be the Infuse....

8. Fanboys Suck

Posts: 609; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

Sure does look that way to me too

5. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

Beware: Will run at&t's "4G"(HSPA+ 14)

35. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

and what is wrong with that? arent they supposed to have lte anywyays...

6. JordanCox

Posts: 21; Member since: Apr 17, 2011

It will still be able to run on the LTE network when they get that up and running this summer. So will the Motorola Atrix and the HTC Inspire.

14. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

uh, noooo, they definitely will not. what makes you think that?

19. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

When the Atrix came out they said that it would be LTE compatible with a few minor updates. I think that no one really paid much attention to that though because they were focusing on the dual-core processor and lapdock.

22. Phoneguy007

Posts: 218; Member since: Jun 02, 2011

the 4g phones have a radio function that will allow the phones to switch to 4g once its availible

27. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

the Atrix simply doesn't have the hardware to support LTE.

36. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

ya unless they do a send in thing... which i doubt they wud do...

9. applesucksonpens unregistered

Hey phone arena guys?! Sleeping on the job? That's the samsung infuse for sure.

11. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

DAMN DAMN DAMN. Why does everytime AT&T keeps getting the good phones. It makes my Atrix 4G phone like ancient

12. vipermuscle83 unregistered

This is the Samsung infuse and that dock is available at your local at&t store...galaxy s 2 has a push button for home. I say this as a galaxy s II owner and at&t employee.

13. ^noob unregistered

the gs2 has a push button on european models, but when it comes to att as the attain, it wont. just like the captivate and the original gs

39. BenCjamin

Posts: 80; Member since: May 13, 2011

That's Dumb. i was looking forward to a physical home button... I'm still going to be getting it as soon as it comes out though.

41. reincarnate1 unregistered

they modified it just like the origianl galaxy s phone! thought you would of known that

15. osanilevich

Posts: 287; Member since: Sep 29, 2009

I kind of liked the physical button for a change

25. ohmyg. unregistered

Me too. Looks like an average sammy phone now.:(

34. Arion unregistered

if it comes here loolking like the infuse im not buying a replica of the infuse

16. Dec0der

Posts: 9; Member since: Jun 11, 2011

Well done Sammy! Glad to see you ditched the hardware home key, even though it probably has more to do with the Apple suit than my personal preferences. The departure from the classic 4 cap/touch buttons was my only gripe about the gs2. A lot of people complained about them ditching the search button on the euro release as well. Now it's just up to AT&T to announce the damn thing so I can mark my calender. Since they know this will instantly make the short lived Infuse 4G obsolete, my bet is they they hold off until another carrier announces it so they can clear their inventory before having to cut prices.

18. snowgator

Posts: 3624; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Not only the Galaxy 2, but the LG Thrill, and two dual-core HTC offerings later in the year (Holiday and Lead) will put the Infuse and the HTC Inspire down several notches. (But, at least those two offerings will still be better then the "tier 2" smartphones like the Crossover or LG's Phoenix or Thrive.) What a fun choice.

17. Dec0der

Posts: 9; Member since: Jun 11, 2011

***eats his shoe*** I stand corrected. If you actually look at the other images on the fbook gallery you can clearly see the home button on the retail packaging for this dock. Damn you for raising my hopes of a seamless/buttonless interface. Guess I'll have to live w/o the search button.

23. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

AND YOU GUYS OUT THEIR bad mouthing AT&T and the new phones. It's their getting quit it! This is THEIR VERSION OF THE GALAXY S II. it's NOT THE INFUSE. GALAXY S II IS A WORLD PHONE. I have at&t and I'm for once also glad their getting more high end phones. SO STFU bout it.

24. rpmorgan26

Posts: 3; Member since: Jun 03, 2011

This phone look like shit... the us alway find a way to f##k up a great look thicker then the uk galaxy s2

26. LyFe unregistered

Just wanted to point this out: Look at picture #2, notice the side buttons on the stand. Look at picture #1, notice the side buttons on the stand are now gone. Or if you are viewing on Facebook, compare pics 3 to 4. My hopes are that the GS2 is around the corner like everyone else waiting for this phone, but noticing that these pics might have been photo-shopped hurts me deeply...

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