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Images are leaked believed to be Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S II - the Galaxy Within

Images are leaked believed to be Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S II - the Galaxy Within
This time last year, the US finally received its fair share of the original Samsung Galaxy as the big four officially received their specific versions, but this current summer though, we’re still relatively in the dark regarding news about its successor.

Our friends across the big pond are getting their fill with the amazing Samsung Galaxy S II, but it seems we’re getting our first look at the version that’s going to grace Sprint’s lineup. The team over as This Is My Next managed to nab images believed to be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Within – Sprint’s variant of the Galaxy S II.

From what we can see so far, we find Sprint’s logo prominently positioned in the back, along with an 8-megapixel snapper as well. Moreover, it’s being reported to be running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread right now. Aside from those items, that’s pretty much all that can be gathered about the handset so far – though, we’re certain it’ll be sporting that pretty Super AMOLED Plus display too.

As we all know, Sprint’s lineup is going to be stacked to the brim with some respectable high-end devices – like the recent HTC EVO 3D and upcoming Motorola PHOTON 4G. Needless to say, Samsung’s high-caliber offering should meet the mark made with its rivals, but we’re curious to know more about this handset. Summer is surely scorching right now, and we’re certain people all around are waiting for anything regarding the US variants of the Samsung Galaxy S II.

source: This Is My Next via Android Central

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