Is This The Samsung Hercules, 4.5″ Of Android Dual-Core Awesomeness?

Is it possible? Can it be? Are we looking at what is possibly the first sighting in the wild of the Samsung Hercules? At first glance it looks almost exactly like the Samsung Galaxy S 2, the Samsung model the Hercules is based off of. Except that this is a 4.5″ screen according to the folks at MobileSyrup who got their hands on the image courtesy of a tipster that attended a Samsung Mobile concert last night in Canada. Rumored to be the first 42Mbps smartphone in Canada rumor has it will take the very same honor here in the States. The Hercules sports an 8 megapixel camera on rear that shoots 1080i video along with a rumored 2 megapixel front facing camera. A noticeable absence in this picture is the optical trackpad the Galaxy S 2 has on board, instead showing off the standardized capacitive four button layout that is so common on Android devices these days.

We thought it would be worth pointing out an interesting comment on MobileSyrup that provides some food for thought that we could be looking at the Hercules:

TELUS seems to have a nack for snatching up T-Mo variants of phones but get them with 950/1900MHz 3G. They did it by getting the T-Mo’s version of the Galaxy S. They did it again with the T-Mo Galaxy S 4G. It only made sense that they would be getting the T-Mo rumored Hercules.

It’s hardly concrete information but we tend to believe that this commenter is on to something. At this point it would be incredibly preliminary to say for sure that this is the Samsung Hercules but seeing as how there is at least some noticeable difference between the Galaxy S 2 and the pictured model, we’ll just cross our fingers, click our heels three times and hope for the best.

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  • Jn45

    Have you seen the Infuse?? that thing is a brick, massive, very square akward and very cheap plastic.. I think the Sensation is very nicely done, and feels high-quality

    • Anonymous

      That’s an opinion on style though, I picked up an Infuse like 4 months ago and thought it was the most beautiful handset I had ever seen. Software wasn’t great as it was running 2.2 but i liked the build. Samsung and HTC have polar opposite build styles though.

      • HTC Pyramid

        Agree. I saw and handled the Infuse and like it as well.

  • Arewe84Yet?

    This is definitely coming to Magenta….a co-worker in sales had it for early beta testing ….4.5 in screen & the 1st  42 Mbps phone…..early speed tests showed 26 Mbps on the phone…

    • Anonymous

      *drools*

    • Farhan

      Why would someone in Sales be doing beta testing?

  • http://twitter.com/iDiotGear Rob Daman

    just like the saying…go big or go home.

  • http://twitter.com/iDiotGear Rob Daman

    just like the saying…go big or go home.

  • http://twitter.com/iDiotGear Rob Daman

    just like the saying…go big or go home.

  • Alexihedz

    Wow can’t wait for my next phone, htc sensation sucks reboots on its self camera is always dirty and specialy the front one awful on low light

  • Alexihedz

    Wow can’t wait for my next phone, htc sensation sucks reboots on its self camera is always dirty and specialy the front one awful on low light

  • Anonymous

    I can’t wait to get a 42Mbps phone. I’m ditching my Sensation 4G for this!!!!!!!!!

  • Joana22

    Ok so um I want this phone soo bad. I live in Los Angeles and I have an at&t go phone. And honestly at&t service is not bad at all how many people make it look like I have the lg thrive. And I’m not here to talk shyyt about t-mobile. I’m willing to switch to t-mobile because atts go phone plans are crap. But I just have 1 question is it true t-mobiles signal suck inside buildings? Is that really true? Because a lot of people on here say it is in the La area. I live in the heart of downtown La and I admit even tho atts go phone plans are crap I always have at least 2 bars of service to call inside buildings, elevators and underground parking lots, heck I get better reception in those places than my friend and his sprint evo 4G. So yea can anyone help me?? Because I been looking at t-mobile lately and so far I’m liking everything I’m seeing in terms of plans and phone selection. Only problem is I dnt know how reception is..so yea help anyone?

  • Joana22

    Ok so um I want this phone soo bad. I live in Los Angeles and I have an at&t go phone. And honestly at&t service is not bad at all how many people make it look like I have the lg thrive. And I’m not here to talk shyyt about t-mobile. I’m willing to switch to t-mobile because atts go phone plans are crap. But I just have 1 question is it true t-mobiles signal suck inside buildings? Is that really true? Because a lot of people on here say it is in the La area. I live in the heart of downtown La and I admit even tho atts go phone plans are crap I always have at least 2 bars of service to call inside buildings, elevators and underground parking lots, heck I get better reception in those places than my friend and his sprint evo 4G. So yea can anyone help me?? Because I been looking at t-mobile lately and so far I’m liking everything I’m seeing in terms of plans and phone selection. Only problem is I dnt know how reception is..so yea help anyone?

    • android00

      I live in a 4g area. Out my back patio I pull in 2-4 mbps on a 3g phone. Inside I can’t get a bar. This isn’t all indoor areas. But the indoor coverage is weak.

      • Meagan

        I have a my touch 4g and it has less reception than my G1.
        Seems the speed of Hpsa isn’t what its cracked up to be in 4g los angeles.

      • Meagan

        I have a my touch 4g and it has less reception than my G1.
        Seems the speed of Hpsa isn’t what its cracked up to be in 4g los angeles.

    • Anonymous

      Honestly i dont have any reception issues in la, including in buildings and downtown. Although, I only go downtown when I’m going to the staples center for the lakers game 

    • Anonymous

      Honestly i dont have any reception issues in la, including in buildings and downtown. Although, I only go downtown when I’m going to the staples center for the lakers game 

      • The ATL Guy

        You don’t think much before typing do you?

      • The ATL Guy

        You don’t think much before typing do you?

  • Joana22

    Ok so um I want this phone soo bad. I live in Los Angeles and I have an at&t go phone. And honestly at&t service is not bad at all how many people make it look like I have the lg thrive. And I’m not here to talk shyyt about t-mobile. I’m willing to switch to t-mobile because atts go phone plans are crap. But I just have 1 question is it true t-mobiles signal suck inside buildings? Is that really true? Because a lot of people on here say it is in the La area. I live in the heart of downtown La and I admit even tho atts go phone plans are crap I always have at least 2 bars of service to call inside buildings, elevators and underground parking lots, heck I get better reception in those places than my friend and his sprint evo 4G. So yea can anyone help me?? Because I been looking at t-mobile lately and so far I’m liking everything I’m seeing in terms of plans and phone selection. Only problem is I dnt know how reception is..so yea help anyone?

  • jarjon76

    Ah yes, the “flavor of the month” phone until the next “latest and greatest” arrives for those wanting the “perfect” phone.

  • None

    Please don’t be cheap plastic, please don’t be cheap plastic.  I am begging you Samsung!!

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      You begs is heard, but won’t be answered…..however, the GS2′s plastic doesn’t look half bad..
      So it will still be plastic, but won’t look cheap..

    • Chrisangel13

      even if it is plastic, you can bet it won’t suffer the same antennagate signal drop like the iphone does

    • Chrisangel13

      even if it is plastic, you can bet it won’t suffer the same antennagate signal drop like the iphone does

      • Evs

        Android has the same problems.  Just not as east to spot because you need to have a battery that does not drain so fast to check android.

        • Realcool2000

          Its the phone not the OS that was causing the signal problems FYI.

          Regardless, you didn’t really make sense ” just not as easy to spot cause u need to have a battery that does not drain so fast”

          Don’t understand what u r trying to convey…

        • Realcool2000

          Its the phone not the OS that was causing the signal problems FYI.

          Regardless, you didn’t really make sense ” just not as easy to spot cause u need to have a battery that does not drain so fast”

          Don’t understand what u r trying to convey…

      • Evs

        Android has the same problems.  Just not as east to spot because you need to have a battery that does not drain so fast to check android.

    • Meagan

      Plastic parts equal better signal.
      Especially for battery covers.

  • Andriodluvr

    Nexus 3 will be THE ONLY true Andriod. The rest are copy cats. 

  • Anonymous

    i’m not thrilled with the screen size, but i do like samsung hardware (yes, i mean that) and i do like this device.  i don’t talk on my phone, i do a bunch of streaming audio, surfing and some texting.  if i’m going to step up from the vibrant this looks like a good one to upgrade to.

    i’ve been off contract since last year.  i may sign a new contract for this.

    • Anonymous

      We’re in the same boat.

  • MensaMike

    Seems like it. Everyone always chasing the “latest and greatest” and trying to keep up with the “Joneses”. I can only imagine the gripes people will have about this “superphone” after the euphoria of having the phone wears off, and how they can wait for the ______________ (fill in the next “perfect” phone). American consumerism you gotta love it. 

    • Jerseyfresh6

      Hater.

      • Anonymous

        People who say “hater” are haters.

    • IT Guy

      People get too worked up about these things. It’s just a phone. (Well, a smart phone) It’s not going to change their life, despite what they might think.

      I remember in the days leading up to the G1 release there was a guy who said he hadn’t been able to sleep for two days and was physically sick because he was so excited about it coming out. (And of course, within a month he was one of the first to complain about it sucking and being bored with it already.)

      I might go ahead and pick one up if my G2 keeps giving me fits. It does look pretty nice.

      • jarjon76

        It’s one thing to have a hobby, but to obsess over it is quite another. And those who get any electronic when it first comes out is foolish. I like to wait until the price goes down and the bugs are all worked out before I purchase an electronic. 

      • jarjon76

        It’s one thing to have a hobby, but to obsess over it is quite another. And those who get any electronic when it first comes out is foolish. I like to wait until the price goes down and the bugs are all worked out before I purchase an electronic. 

      • W4fflesxboxlive

        True its not ggoing to ‘change’ anyone’s life. But would u rather drive a 2011 viper or a 2010 camery? Exactly. People want the latest and greatest

      • WwwwW

        LOOks good/makes Calls.
        that is all I need.

      • WwwwW

        LOOks good/makes Calls.
        that is all I need.

      • WwwwW

        LOOks good/makes Calls.
        that is all I need.

      • WwwwW

        LOOks good/makes Calls.
        that is all I need.

    • jarjon76

      One of the reasons, other than getting T-Mobile news, I come to this blog is to read people proclaiming “phone X” as being the “greatest phone ever”. Those are the same people that feel the need to change out their phones every 6 months. Personally, I like to keep a phone for at least 1 year, preferably 2 years.

      The “every 6 month” mentality is pointless because most of these high end phones are practically the same. Sure there are a few differences or “add ons” here and there, but all high end phones are capable of doing the same thing. But there are some that “have” to have the latest and the greatest. Like you said, it’s American consumerism at its finest. 

    • jarjon76

      One of the reasons, other than getting T-Mobile news, I come to this blog is to read people proclaiming “phone X” as being the “greatest phone ever”. Those are the same people that feel the need to change out their phones every 6 months. Personally, I like to keep a phone for at least 1 year, preferably 2 years.

      The “every 6 month” mentality is pointless because most of these high end phones are practically the same. Sure there are a few differences or “add ons” here and there, but all high end phones are capable of doing the same thing. But there are some that “have” to have the latest and the greatest. Like you said, it’s American consumerism at its finest. 

      • WwwwW

        Does it make calls:)?

  • Mellow Dubmarine

    I honestly want to swap my Sensation for this, but I probably won’t. It is likely to be an upgrade, but not a great enough upgrade to warrant the hassle. The lag the Sensation has and its outdated LCD technology that is worthless in sunlight make me angry, but I’ll probably stick with it, root it and remove some bloatware to reduce lag, and enjoy the qHD resolution as a justification to say that the screen really isn’t that bad. The Sensation is my 1st smartphone and 1st Android phone, and it’s probably good to avoid getting caught up in the race to always have the newest and greatest phone like others have pointed out.

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      Depends on how you use it, if you just listen to music or play games on it, yeah, nothing is changed about ones life.

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      Depends on how you use it, if you just listen to music or play games on it, yeah, nothing is changed about ones life.

    • Gentleman559

      I agree. HTC is crap. They ruin their already shitty phones. The display is garbage, the phone is slow due to their terrible software and the speaker phone is even worse. I got rid of mine so fast I couldn’t stand it. I went back to the G2X since the gingerbread update and now the phone runs great. I will not buy another HTC phone. They are obsolete to me.

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Who put the glad in Gladiator!?! HERCULES!!!

    • None

      Finally… Someone who knows Hercules was Roman, not Greek!

      • Heath

        Hercules is the Roman name for Greek demigod Heracles, son of Zeus (the Greek equivalent of Jupiter), and the mortal Alcmene. Early Roman sources suggest that the imported Greek hero supplanted a mythic Italic shepherd called “Recaranus” or “Garanus”, famous for his strength who dedicated the Ara Maxima that became associated with the earliest Roman cult of Hercules.[2] While adopting much of the Greek Heracles’ iconography and mythology as his own, Hercules adopted a number of myths and characteristics that were distinctly Roman. With the spread of Roman hegemony, Hercules was worshiped locally from Hispania through Gaul.

        • Chrisangel13

          you went to wikipedia, didn’t you? lol

      • Heath

        Hercules is the Roman name for Greek demigod Heracles, son of Zeus (the Greek equivalent of Jupiter), and the mortal Alcmene. Early Roman sources suggest that the imported Greek hero supplanted a mythic Italic shepherd called “Recaranus” or “Garanus”, famous for his strength who dedicated the Ara Maxima that became associated with the earliest Roman cult of Hercules.[2] While adopting much of the Greek Heracles’ iconography and mythology as his own, Hercules adopted a number of myths and characteristics that were distinctly Roman. With the spread of Roman hegemony, Hercules was worshiped locally from Hispania through Gaul.

      • Heath

        Hercules is the Roman name for Greek demigod Heracles, son of Zeus (the Greek equivalent of Jupiter), and the mortal Alcmene. Early Roman sources suggest that the imported Greek hero supplanted a mythic Italic shepherd called “Recaranus” or “Garanus”, famous for his strength who dedicated the Ara Maxima that became associated with the earliest Roman cult of Hercules.[2] While adopting much of the Greek Heracles’ iconography and mythology as his own, Hercules adopted a number of myths and characteristics that were distinctly Roman. With the spread of Roman hegemony, Hercules was worshiped locally from Hispania through Gaul.

    • None

      Finally… Someone who knows Hercules was Roman, not Greek!

  • Ben32

    People, wait for the Nexus 3, dual core, 4G TRUE Android experience! It should be out for the holidays!
    No touchwiz, sense or blur crap

    • The ATL Guy

      Long time android user and once I went to sense it BLOWS stock android out of the water.
      It seems google doesn’t give 2 shits about polishing their UI like apple does.
      Phone manufacturers have to step in and do googles job for them.

      • OKDave

        Because most of us don’t want the crappy bloatware UI’s stacked on top of “vanilla” Android. *EVERY* phone should come with *stock* Android, and developers should come up with *voluntary* UI’s to layer on top of them. As far as Google “polishing” their UI, keep in mind that Google isn’t your mother. Learn to use your phone and you’ll realize quickly how much that “sexy” UI is really a hindrance to productivity in the name of being “helpful.”

      • OKDave

        Because most of us don’t want the crappy bloatware UI’s stacked on top of “vanilla” Android. *EVERY* phone should come with *stock* Android, and developers should come up with *voluntary* UI’s to layer on top of them. As far as Google “polishing” their UI, keep in mind that Google isn’t your mother. Learn to use your phone and you’ll realize quickly how much that “sexy” UI is really a hindrance to productivity in the name of being “helpful.”

        • The ATL Guy

          Carriers add most of the bloatware.
          I wont bite at your bait of knowing how to use my phone.
          Your like a broken record using the same lines others use whenever someone comments about how they like Sense or othet non google ui.
          Try and be more original in the future.

        • The ATL Guy

          Carriers add most of the bloatware.
          I wont bite at your bait of knowing how to use my phone.
          Your like a broken record using the same lines others use whenever someone comments about how they like Sense or othet non google ui.
          Try and be more original in the future.

        • The ATL Guy

          They are voluntary because no one is forcing you to buy the phone GENIUS!

        • The ATL Guy

          They are voluntary because no one is forcing you to buy the phone GENIUS!

  • nerdlust

    If I can give up a keyboard I might get this. I have always used blackberries now a cliq2. So either mytouch4g slide or, bold 9900 or htc sensation or this. I’m so torn. Great job tmobile and tmonews.

    • Anonymous

      htc sensation doesn’t have a keyboard.

    • The Architect (of the Matrix)

      I can relate, I went from a g2 to a mt4g, then to the mt4gs because i missed the k.b. .. But after using the mt4gs for a wk or so i find that i rarely use the k.b and the “advanced camera features” are lost on me.. Typing emails and texts on a 4.5″ display should be a breeze though.. Im going down to the at&t store today to demo the infuse, to get a better feel for the size..

      Though 4.5″ sounds ginormus lol, @pimpstrong made a very valid point, about the way he uses his phone primarily for texting, viewing media, web browsing, etc.. I fall into that category as well..

      I’ve always prefered htc hardware over samsung’s, also sense over touchwiz, but super amoled plus is simply unmatched imho.. So if i find typing on the 4.5″ display to be pleasurable then i may ditch my mt4gs for the Hercules..

      I hope there’s room for one more on the hercules band wagon.. lol 

      • IT Guy

        Last fall I upgraded from the teeny mt3g to the G2 because it had a keyboard. Even with a screen that size, I’ve found I rarely use the keyboard.

        I’m thinking if this thing doesn’t seem too ridiculously big, I might go for it. (Or a Sensation)

      • IT Guy

        Last fall I upgraded from the teeny mt3g to the G2 because it had a keyboard. Even with a screen that size, I’ve found I rarely use the keyboard.

        I’m thinking if this thing doesn’t seem too ridiculously big, I might go for it. (Or a Sensation)

      • IT Guy

        Last fall I upgraded from the teeny mt3g to the G2 because it had a keyboard. Even with a screen that size, I’ve found I rarely use the keyboard.

        I’m thinking if this thing doesn’t seem too ridiculously big, I might go for it. (Or a Sensation)

    • Gentleman559

      Go with a G2X. I had the Sensation is it is pure garbage. HTC already has a new phone coming out in September. If the sensation was that great they wouldnt be improving on it. I say drop HTC and go for LG or Samsung. Much better platform on either.

    • Gentleman559

      Go with a G2X. I had the Sensation is it is pure garbage. HTC already has a new phone coming out in September. If the sensation was that great they wouldnt be improving on it. I say drop HTC and go for LG or Samsung. Much better platform on either.

    • Gentleman559

      Go with a G2X. I had the Sensation is it is pure garbage. HTC already has a new phone coming out in September. If the sensation was that great they wouldnt be improving on it. I say drop HTC and go for LG or Samsung. Much better platform on either.

  • AlealeG2

    I own a g2 and i use the physical keyboard a lot. The touch screen kb is horrible on this phone. I feel like most kb touch screen phones arent that good on android phones. im not bashing android…i love android actually and previously owned the g1. I do see myself with this kind of phone though since the screen is bigger. At the same time idk if I could use the kb of android. My friend owns a galaxy and i had trouble using the kb.. and i have also experienced other kb android phones like the htc phones. Iphone kb kills all android phones in the kb department…i fly with that kb (i own an itouch). If I am switching to an all touch screen phone I am going to Iphone..as for now ill stick with my g2 that hasnt been giving me problem. I just want that 2.3 update already!

  • The Architect(of the Matrix)

    I just got back from the at&t store, I gave the infuse a test drive and color me impressed.. Though I was skeptical of a phone that big, samoled plus quickly negated any reservations I had..

    I’m a big guy so the phone felt great in my hand, and the texturized back cover gave the device the look and feel of quality imho.. I did some web browsing and was very impressed with the fluidity, also I watched some youtube vids and played a quick game of angry birds, check and check lol..

    My biggest concern/gripe about touch screen phones is it felt uncomfortable for me to type.. but with the combination of a 4.5″ display, swype, and typing in horizontal orientation, I found I typed quicker than using the k.b. on my mt4gs(go figure)..

    Htc served me well, but I think I will be defecting to samsung come september lol.. end rant

  • http://MobileGenius.wordpress.com JM

    I would like to see this phone sitting next to something like the Sensation. The screen size itself isn’t so much larger that I would think itnwould make a significant difference but I want to see the overall device size in comparison. Also, what is the screen resolution supposed to be? I really appreciate the additional resolution on the qHD 4.3″ phones.

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      800×480

      • http://MobileGenius.wordpress.com JM

        Oh…that might be a little low for the size.

        ———————
        JNM via G-Slate

  • Spumpking_head

    So Does this mean no Samsung Galaxy S 2 for tmobile? I knoew there was some rumors saying we might get that phone, and my friend tells me the hercules is actually different from the GS2 in that it uses a different processor (maybe not as good or power as the GS2?) and may be a few other differences?  (to me having a larger screen withOUT having more res than the GS2 is not desirable).
    @7797ab7bb8c8bf6e695d1ea4afa8e633:disqus 

  • Spumpking_head

    So Does this mean no Samsung Galaxy S 2 for tmobile? I knoew there was some rumors saying we might get that phone, and my friend tells me the hercules is actually different from the GS2 in that it uses a different processor (maybe not as good or power as the GS2?) and may be a few other differences?  (to me having a larger screen withOUT having more res than the GS2 is not desirable).
    @7797ab7bb8c8bf6e695d1ea4afa8e633:disqus 

  • Oce

    My line has been out of contract since March of last year.  If this is just a rehash of the Infuse with a one gig processor and no Super Amoled Plus screen then I’m afraid I’ll be porting my line out probably to the Big Red Evil Empire that is Verizon.  I get edge speeds at best with Tmo while ATT has 3/4g in my area and now we’ve got LTE with Verizon in my area.  I love Tmo but I can’t hold out waiting on their 3/4g roll-out when I’ve experienced what Verizons LTE can do.  At this point I’m not even sure the SGSII can make me stay with good ole Tmo.  I’ll still have five lines with Tmo though as data speeds are not really important to my other family members.  I’m not ranting on Tmo, I truly wish them the best and will always root for them.  I’m sure I’ll be around until the end.  Best of luck to you Tmobile.

    • Tenko

      Have you been reading anything about the Samsung Hercules at all or are you doing a BWAAA comment? 1.2 ghz processor, 4.5 inch SuperAMOLED plus display, 48 mpbs HSPA+ 
      Really now. 

    • Tenko

      Have you been reading anything about the Samsung Hercules at all or are you doing a BWAAA comment? 1.2 ghz processor, 4.5 inch SuperAMOLED plus display, 48 mpbs HSPA+ 
      Really now. 

    • Anonymous

      …..Read the source . Its dual correct and its a GS2 device

      • Oce

        Did you read the source?  It is all speculation at this point.  Words like “appeared, similar, apparently and possibly” are speculative words; meaning nobody really knows at this time.  I’ve seen nothing concrete about this “Hercules”.

  • The ATL Guy

    Ok I am confused.
    Are we just getting a variant of the infusw with a single core processor?
    I hope it’s a dual core and TW 4.0 and not 3.0.

  • The ATL Guy

    Ok I am confused.
    Are we just getting a variant of the infusw with a single core processor?
    I hope it’s a dual core and TW 4.0 and not 3.0.

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

    • Gentleman559

      Honestly probably terrible. I love Samsung and Im probably going to get the hpone but my hopes arnt high.

    • Gentleman559

      Honestly probably terrible. I love Samsung and Im probably going to get the hpone but my hopes arnt high.

    • Gentleman559

      Honestly probably terrible. I love Samsung and Im probably going to get the hpone but my hopes arnt high.

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Adeschanel1

    This sounds great but I wonder how the battery life will be for such a phone

  • Ilyas_k15

    If it definitely has an Exynos processor, then no contest, this is will be my next device. If it’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon, eh, I’ll consider it, so far I wasn’t that impressed with dual-core Snapdragon processors

    • Me

      Right. Because a Quad core processor isn’t enough of an improvement over your Celeron on your PC. As if the Galaxy s2 doesn’t cream the crap out of whatever else is out there already. Geez. 

  • Ilyas_k15

    If it definitely has an Exynos processor, then no contest, this is will be my next device. If it’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon, eh, I’ll consider it, so far I wasn’t that impressed with dual-core Snapdragon processors

  • The ATL Guy

    Thanks!
    Hopefully north of $300 isn’t the reality because at that point I would keep my mytouch and get a non carrier tablet.

  • Nick

    Why is it that the US carriers are removing the optical touch pad? Since leaving my G1, I have missed having the ability to scroll through or more precisely select using a track ball or pad.

  • WwwwW

    why cant we get  a release date for the Galaxy S2?

  • WwwwW

    Hey t mobile guy who watches this site!!!!!!!!
    If I don’t have a definite release date by the end of this week. My company will drop your companies service.
    We have over 2000 phones:)

    • Armyhunter

      Liar

  • Anonymous

    Battery life: 9 minutes.

    • Steve “Jonestown” Jobs

      Just enough time to dominate the Iphone.

  • Anonymous

    Why are they removing the optical touch button. That is great to have for many different things. T-Mobile always fucks up an already great phone. 

    • Malachi Hurndon

      all the carriers took the physical home button out bozo. Dont bag on the best call quality 4g network in the country.

  • Rebeccaa Stolz

    So excited i might just pee!

  • Rebeccaa Stolz

    So excited i might just pee!

  • Rebeccaa Stolz

    So excited i might just pee!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tamoor-Haider/694493017 Tamoor Haider

    This is definitely not SGS2 since there is no physical home button. Instead, you find touch sensitive buttons :)

    • Anonymous

      haha you got owned