Briefly being displayed on Samsung's web site, the Samsung Flight II SCH-A927 handset was revealed to be heading to AT&T and expected to replace the original Samsung Flight. Although it does follow in the same footsteps as its predecessor with a physical QWERTY keyboard, the Flight II opts to go with a landscape one as opposed to the portrait that's implemented on the original. This unannounced quick messaging handset features a 3” touchscreen, 2-megapixel camera, aGPS, Bluetooth, HTML browser, microSD card support for up to 16GB cards, and it will be compatible with AT&T's mobile TV service. The information was on display for a period of time on Samsung's web site, but now detailed specs have been removed, however, you can still spot a tiny photo of the handset with its model number. Finally, there is no indication when this handset will come to market or its exact pricing.