[citation][nom]amk-aka-phantom[/nom]Lol, about time. Funny how US is always first to get new gadgets, except this time... I thought it's already there.Anyway, people, now it's your chance to get the best Android on the market. Wonder how much it'll be in the US - it's aboot $800 here =)[/citation]
Actually in this kind of stuff we are always last since, well regulations are harder here than anywhere else. Just like with cars. Our regulations make it harder to get devices approved.
But its a nice phone. My boss got one erly by ordering it from Europe.
The Galaxy S2 is here already. I've seen it and held it in my hands. Obviously it's not the official AT&T version. But people in the U.S. are already using it. All I can say is that it's really fast in terms of processing power. No flickering or jerkyness at all when browsing a huge website with flash. It is just amazing.
However, for those who already have the Galaxy S or equivalent, it might not be much of an incentive to upgrade. Because functionality wise, it's only a minor step up.
I own a Samsung GS2 for months now, and I can tell you, it's the best android phone ever! I had two other android phones before: Motorola Milestone 1 (Droid in the U.S.) and Galaxy S... and both of them are like trash compared to this new SUPER phone! It's just amazing... Here in Brazil, it was released in june for about USD 1000+ unlocked... however, I got mine for around USD 450 in a mobile data plan with 1GB limited per/month and HSDPA+ speed up to 3mb/s (which is pretty fast here) for USD 70 per month in a 12 months contract. =)