Samsung Product Page Now Live For T-Mobile Galaxy S II

While we await details and more “in the wild” shots of the Samsung Galaxy S II, the T-Mobile GSII product page has gone live on Samsung’s website. Unfortunately we aren’t going to learn anything we don’t know already know and things we are desperate to learn about: such as the processor, processor and processor aren’t anywhere to be found.

Otherwise there is a precent decent rundown of features and specs but for most of you already following the Galaxy S II news cycle  you won’t find anything new or exciting. If you’ve been eagerly awaiting more reading material on the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile and are ok with some of the key details missing then hit the source link below.

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  • Anonymous

    I wanna see this phone with WP7

    • Anonymous

      @kaskade On the way.

      @423ab555eb22e7187a30170dccd9811f:disqus Let’s make a deal. You donate to the get Wyn6 a Nokia Windows Phone and I’ll donate to the get you a Nokia N9. Okay?

      • Wilma Flintstone

        I counter offer your deal.  I’m going to go Java Programming on this deal:

        Class WilmaFund
        {
          Public Static Void Main(String args[])
          {
            int WilmaCash;
            int Wyn6Cash;
            {
              System.out.println(“Who get’s the Donation?”);
              {
                 if (WilmaCash > Wyn6Cash)
                 System.out.print(“The Donation goes to Wilma’s Fund :D “);
              else
                 System.out.print(“The Donation goes to Wyn6″);

               WilmaCash = 5;
               Wyn6Cash = 4; ‘plug this code into your Java language editor and get the answer’
              }
            }
          }
        }
             
                

        • Anonymous

          I got 

          “10110010100101101011010100101010110101001010101101010010101011001010010010110010100101010110010101010101100101001010″

        • Anonymous

          I got 

          “10110010100101101011010100101010110101001010101101010010101011001010010010110010100101010110010101010101100101001010″

        • Wilma Flintstone

          ReU?  Really P-stream?  Lol!!!
          This is what you should’ve gotten:
          01000100 01101111 01101110 01100001 01110100 01100101 00100000 01110100 01101111 00100000 01010111 01101001 01101100 01101101 01100001 00100111 01110011 00100000 01000110 01110101 01101110 01100100 00100000 01101111 01110010 00100000 01110100 01101000 01100101 00100000 01000100 01101111 01100111 00100000 01100111 01100101 01110100 01110011 00100000 01101001 01110100

          Copy that into a Binary Code Generator preferably textmechanic’s Binary Code generator and get the real answer.

        • Anonymous

          Hah! No need to crack open an editor. But, I see some issue with your code. Your integers seem to be reversed.

          WilmaCash = 4;
          Wyn6 = 5;

          There. Fixed it for ya. ;)

        • Wilma Flintstone

          Ah you were right and so were the Greater than Less than symbols.

          if WilmaCash < Wyn6Cash
          System.out.println("The Donation goes to Wilma);

          Thanks for helping me fix my code. ;)

        • FredFlintstone

          You guys need to stop jocking Wilma and talk to Carly. For sure!

        • Anonymous

          Hah! No need to crack open an editor. But, I see some issue with your code. Your integers seem to be reversed.

          WilmaCash = 4;
          Wyn6 = 5;

          There. Fixed it for ya. ;)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      I second this.

  • Anonymous

    I wanna see this phone with WP7

  • Anonymous

    Little late to the party (posting this info that is), but good to see… hopefully this will release sooner than expected.

    • Anonymous

      No rush to post nothing.  Which this info still is.

    • http://tmonews.com David

      There is no rush to post because there was nothing learned…but its a slow news day so on those days we post stuff that is slow.

      • Anonymous

        Fair enough.

      • Anonymous

        Fair enough.

      • Anonymous

        Fair enough.

  • Anonymous

    Little late to the party (posting this info that is), but good to see… hopefully this will release sooner than expected.

  • Anonymous

    No new news, but we can gaze at the sexiness that is the SGS II – T-Mobile Edition.

    mmmmm…..SGS II…..

  • Anonymous

    No new news, but we can gaze at the sexiness that is the SGS II – T-Mobile Edition.

    mmmmm…..SGS II…..

  • http://twitter.com/arunpv Arun

    I am getting this big monster….

  • http://twitter.com/arunpv Arun

    I am getting this big monster….

  • Anonymous

    Looks good, but we probably have the same update issue and bugs that never was fixed just like the first Galaxy S phones. 

  • Anonymous

    Looks good, but we probably have the same update issue and bugs that never was fixed just like the first Galaxy S phones. 

  • Anonymous

    Nice phone and feature, but no more samsung phone for me.

  • Raquel3912

    How far in advance do companies typically post live pages before the actual release? Could this be a clue of when the release date is??

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Now I’m in a bit of a rut: 
    1. The N9 is waaayyyy overpriced right now ($924 to import to be exact – I expected an inflated price but that’s ridiculous). 
    2. The LG Optimus 3D/Thrill4G is on (A)ccuse(T)orture&(T)errorize
    3. The GS2 is supposedly coming in October (I’m not going another month with this HD2)
    4. The Nexus Prime is showing no signs of coming to Tmobile outside of being a Nexus device which Tmobile usually always gets.
    5. The G2x seems to have alot of issues from what I’ve heard

    So, now, what to do, what to do?  I know, take donations toward the N9.  Anybody want to donate to the “Get Wilma Flintstone a N9″ Fund?  The joy you’ll get from knowing you’ve helped a valiant, rightful and just cause (of placing a Meego device into the pockets of one with such a dire need) will be oh so rewarding.

    • Chatter

      Wilma – latest news out of Singapore is that the phone will retail for US$750 for 64GB but everyone expects the phone to drop in price almost immediately. Unfortunately, that means hanging on to your current phonef or atleast 2-3 months. This doesn’t help ya much but you are a MeegoGal so try to stay true….

    • Chatter

      Wilma – latest news out of Singapore is that the phone will retail for US$750 for 64GB but everyone expects the phone to drop in price almost immediately. Unfortunately, that means hanging on to your current phonef or atleast 2-3 months. This doesn’t help ya much but you are a MeegoGal so try to stay true….

    • Chatter

      Wilma – latest news out of Singapore is that the phone will retail for US$750 for 64GB but everyone expects the phone to drop in price almost immediately. Unfortunately, that means hanging on to your current phonef or atleast 2-3 months. This doesn’t help ya much but you are a MeegoGal so try to stay true….

      • Wilma Flintstone

        I’ve heard that the price will drop soon as well.  Hopefully that’s true but as you said, it’ll be in around 2-3 months.  If only that person finished that Meego Build on the HD2, I’d flash that on it and that would hold me over til the price drop.  I’m getting the 64gb version because 16gb without a MicroSD card slot will not work for me.

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      May I ask what’s wrong with your HD2?
      Did you try android or WP7 on it? Or even custom WM roms?

      I’m sure it can last another month or so, yes?

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      May I ask what’s wrong with your HD2?
      Did you try android or WP7 on it? Or even custom WM roms?

      I’m sure it can last another month or so, yes?

    • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

      May I ask what’s wrong with your HD2?
      Did you try android or WP7 on it? Or even custom WM roms?

      I’m sure it can last another month or so, yes?

      • Wilma Flintstone

        Too much to name.  Just know that I’m on my 7th HD2.  From Software to Hardware issues without any Mod’s, custom Roms or anything.  Straight Manufacturer issues. 
        I tried Android on it but only through SD card Bootloader so not an actual flash.  Problem is getting my contacts, etc from my Windows Mobile HD2 to Android.

        • Anonymous

          Export them to your computer – import them to your google account – sync with android. No problem at all. Let Android wipe your tears away.

        • Anonymous

          Export them to your computer – import them to your google account – sync with android. No problem at all. Let Android wipe your tears away.

        • Anonymous

          Export them to your computer – import them to your google account – sync with android. No problem at all. Let Android wipe your tears away.

        • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

          That’s quite unfortunate, first unit and never had any problems.
          Now on sensation and HD2 is my backup/play unit.
          What Zanefbanks said, and you can sync to outlook then install HTC sync and sync from outlook to your android, if you are running sense version.

        • http://ashn.myopenid.com/ Ash

          That’s quite unfortunate, first unit and never had any problems.
          Now on sensation and HD2 is my backup/play unit.
          What Zanefbanks said, and you can sync to outlook then install HTC sync and sync from outlook to your android, if you are running sense version.

    • Bimmerz

      lol @ your: “Get Wilma Flintstone a N9″ Fund?…” <— Only you Wilma! ;o) 

      Sorry I cannot contribute, as I am saving my pennies for the (hopefully to launch with Tmo bands) Nexus 3/Prime. If it doesn't, I may have to consider the SGS 2 – either way, I'll be paying full price (no contract discount).Anyway, good luck with your phone decision – so many to choose from! =o)

      • Wilma Flintstone

        Lol!!!  I agree with ya Bimmz.  Hopefully the Nexus Prime comes to Tmo.  Also agree with the NO CONTRACT portion as well.

        • Guest

          Despite my general aversion to Samsung phones (bad Galaxy S experience), I am actually curious about the Nexus Prime. With Google’s direct involvement, I don’t think Samsung would release a phone that’s missing advertised functionality. My Sensation works just fine, but I always wanted a Nexus device. What to do, what to do….

        • Guest

          Despite my general aversion to Samsung phones (bad Galaxy S experience), I am actually curious about the Nexus Prime. With Google’s direct involvement, I don’t think Samsung would release a phone that’s missing advertised functionality. My Sensation works just fine, but I always wanted a Nexus device. What to do, what to do….

        • Anonymous

          Sign right here… in BLOOD!

        • Wilma Flintstone

          Lol!!!  Sincerely T-MOBILE >:)

        • Anonymous

          Sign right here… in BLOOD!

      • Anonymous

        Make some room on your boat!

      • Anonymous

        Make some room on your boat!

  • Tortionist

    If this phone has the Exynos processor i’m getting it. this will be my tablet/smartphone. it looks pretty sexy, and who cares about updates if you can root it and flash CM7, which I will.

  • http://profiles.google.com/richard.a.mullen Drew Mullen

    I tried to post a review of the phone on the site and it wouldnt let me. probably because i wasnt recommending it lol

  • Turdnugget0420

    Not much difference than the Galaxy S… not worth dropping money for same phone but with a FFC.

    • Marcels81

      4.52 vs. 4 inches is a big screen difference.

    • Anonymous

      Your kidding right?

      Faster processor
      Upgraded screen
      HDMI
      More RAM
      TW 4.0
      Better camera(s) w/flash…

      • Izzybrexx

        Wow ur such a hypebeast

        • Anonymous

          O.O

      • Izzybrexx

        Wow ur such a hypebeast

      • Izzybrexx

        Wow ur such a hypebeast

      • Izzybrexx

        Wow ur such a hypebeast

  • CharlieSheen

    All in all just another BRICK in the wall!

  • Eric

    sigh, its still 480 x 800 resolution.  Doubt i’ll be hopping on this when it releases.

    Wanted: samsung phone with Super AMOLED+ screen at QHD resolution.
    Reality: won’t happen for a very long time.

    I’ve got a feeling 480 x 800 @ 4.52″ will look very grainy, but by golly, it’ll be vibrant with color!

  • Eric

    sigh, its still 480 x 800 resolution.  Doubt i’ll be hopping on this when it releases.

    Wanted: samsung phone with Super AMOLED+ screen at QHD resolution.
    Reality: won’t happen for a very long time.

    I’ve got a feeling 480 x 800 @ 4.52″ will look very grainy, but by golly, it’ll be vibrant with color!

    • Anonymous

      Reality: The Nexus will have Super AMOLED (actual)HD

      Oct/Nov.

      • Eric

        I had not yet looked at the specs on the new nexus.
        …..
        Now waiting on nexus (prime) release date. so long for now, SGS II.

        • Anonymous

          LOL.  Good thing is it will still be there for you to decide.

      • Freshly_Snipes

        You don’t know that. Nobody does. Quit speculating like you know something when you don’t.

        • Anonymous

          I’m sorry I won’t do it anymore.

        • Anonymous

          I’m sorry I won’t do it anymore.

        • Anonymous

          That’s part of the reason we are here…to speculate. Its not like he said he had an official inside source who assured him, etc, etc. Don’t hate.

        • Freshly_Snipes

          Learn the definition of HATE before you use it in a sentence again kind sir. I was simply stating that people throw out numbers LIKE they have an inside source. We don’t know anything. That’s a FACT..Not HATE. Now Clock Out and go home. Troll.

        • Anonymous

          It was a joke, get over it…and if Im a troll, then you are a self righteous jagoff.

        • Freshly_Snipes

          Its National Kiss Day…So Kiss my Arse fool…lol…J/k ..We’re all good broski. Let’s just leave it at We’re all excited & curious for the same reason. Let us rejoice my Androidian brothers.

        • Anonymous

          I can do that.

        • Anonymous

          Who hurt you?

        • Freshly_Snipes

          We’re joking bruh…relax..lol

        • Anonymous

          Really though the rumors going around that the Nexus WILL have SuperAMOLED HD are so thick that I don’t understand how you could put me on blast.

          Rumors as believable as this typically turn out to be true and its not like a 4.6″ HD SAmoled screen doesn’t exist.  

      • Freshly_Snipes

        You don’t know that. Nobody does. Quit speculating like you know something when you don’t.

  • Eric

    sigh, its still 480 x 800 resolution.  Doubt i’ll be hopping on this when it releases.

    Wanted: samsung phone with Super AMOLED+ screen at QHD resolution.
    Reality: won’t happen for a very long time.

    I’ve got a feeling 480 x 800 @ 4.52″ will look very grainy, but by golly, it’ll be vibrant with color!

  • Anonymous

    I still remember before the US Galaxy S’ came out last year Samsung said “Samsung Galaxy S phones will come with 2.1 but will be upgradeable to 2.2″

    They kept their word.  Now here we are today on the eve of the (US) Galaxy S II coming out but this time there has been no mention (like Sony-Ericsson has) as to if the Galaxy S II will be upgraded to ICS.

    Now I honestly don’t doubt that the Hercules will get official(or unofficial) ICS but I do not want to go into spring regretting not waiting for a similar phone that COMES with ICS installed.

    Not that the Hercules is not an awesome phone but for anybody who may be on the fence about this phone, give it a couple months after its released before picking it up.   

    • Auser72

      The longer this phone takes to come out, the less desirable and relevant it becomes. It’s trailblazing features when first announced have become quite pedestrian with the steep competition as of lately.

    • Auser72

      The longer this phone takes to come out, the less desirable and relevant it becomes. It’s trailblazing features when first announced have become quite pedestrian with the steep competition as of lately.

    • Auser72

      The longer this phone takes to come out, the less desirable and relevant it becomes. It’s trailblazing features when first announced have become quite pedestrian with the steep competition as of lately.

    • Auser72

      The longer this phone takes to come out, the less desirable and relevant it becomes. It’s trailblazing features when first announced have become quite pedestrian with the steep competition as of lately.

    • Jabombardier

      Ice cream sandwich is not even out yet…we don’t even know what new features it will have…

    • Jabombardier

      Ice cream sandwich is not even out yet…we don’t even know what new features it will have…

      • Auser72

        Unlike the Froyo to Gingerbread upgrade, the ICS will be a major leap forward. Giving smartphones alot of the tablet features of Honeycomb, and is designed to take advantage of larger displays and dual core processors that are now the standard of newer super smartphones. Also supposed have better systems integration for smoother operation.

      • Anonymous

        Without a shadow of doubt ICS will slay -2.3.

      • Anonymous

        Without a shadow of doubt ICS will slay -2.3.

      • Anonymous

        Without a shadow of doubt ICS will slay -2.3.

    • Anonymous

      I am looking forward to hearing how your like yours. 
      I was thinking of holding out for this but ended up getting an early full upgrade so got the Sensation. 
      The huge deal breaker though was that the HTC email client is much better IMHO than Samsung’s offering. 
      But boy the Hercules is going to be fast fast fast. 

      • Anonymous

        Yeah i seen you picked it up. Sounds like your satisfied with your purchase… for now :-D

      • Anonymous

        Yeah i seen you picked it up. Sounds like your satisfied with your purchase… for now :-D

  • Anonymous

    Hopefully it can still use RCA out but I don’t know.  You will need an adapter for your MHL HDMI output because today’s TVs aren’t MHL capable but I really hope they hurry that up.  If its just like with the Infuse 4G then its pretty retarded.

  • cherry316316

    how is the call quality on this phone. my HTC sensation 4G call quality and bluetooth sucks. i dont get signal on the 1st floor of my building and we have tmobile tower sitting on the roof on the 4th floor.

  • cherry316316

    how is the call quality on this phone. my HTC sensation 4G call quality and bluetooth sucks. i dont get signal on the 1st floor of my building and we have tmobile tower sitting on the roof on the 4th floor.

  • cherry316316

    how is the call quality on this phone. my HTC sensation 4G call quality and bluetooth sucks. i dont get signal on the 1st floor of my building and we have tmobile tower sitting on the roof on the 4th floor.

  • cherry316316

    how is the call quality on this phone. my HTC sensation 4G call quality and bluetooth sucks. i dont get signal on the 1st floor of my building and we have tmobile tower sitting on the roof on the 4th floor.

  • Nearmsp

    Can some one answer this?
    (a) Does this have UMA (Wi-Fi calling)?
    (b) Does this have hotspot (Wi-Fi Sharing)?

    thanks guys.

    • http://www.facebook.com/faiz.pirani Faiz Pirani

      Yes, I believe both of those come with Android 2.2. Not entirely sure… But yeah, I doubt a phone this feature-packed would lack one of those features when my Samsung Vibrant is capable of both.

    • http://www.facebook.com/faiz.pirani Faiz Pirani

      Yes, I believe both of those come with Android 2.2. Not entirely sure… But yeah, I doubt a phone this feature-packed would lack one of those features when my Samsung Vibrant is capable of both.

      • k-mack

        2.2 itself doesn’t have wifi calling.  it is a tmobile specific app/feature.  i’m sure this phone will have it, agreed.

      • k-mack

        2.2 itself doesn’t have wifi calling.  it is a tmobile specific app/feature.  i’m sure this phone will have it, agreed.

      • k-mack

        2.2 itself doesn’t have wifi calling.  it is a tmobile specific app/feature.  i’m sure this phone will have it, agreed.

    • Yancy

      Yes.

    • Yancy

      Yes.

  • D2

    ” C210 Dual Core processor” straight off the samsung official page I signed up and got the email around 1am

    • Kevinmarchibald

      That’s the Exynos, correct?

      • Anonymous

        Yes. But I’ve heard that the gs2 will be 42mbps capable, but the exynos can’t support that yet. Someone correct me if I’m wrong. I’ve heard conflicting stories.

        • Kevinmarchibald

          That’s what I’ve read, too. On the other hand, I’ve also read that the Exynos can support HSPA+ 42 but that it wasn’t certified for that, so might be a matter of certification delay vs. when T-Mobile wants to release it that decides what chip is inside. That makes more sense to me because it would be odd to me if the Exynos couldn’t handle a bump up in HSPA+ bandwidth but could handle the all-new, and likely more complicated LTE technology. The same chip uncertainty applies to the Nexus Prime if T-Mobile’s planning on offering it in the October/November time frame.

        • Anonymous

          The hercules page doesnt actually say its an “exynos” dual core so technically we still dont know. I doubt it wont be tho.

        • Anonymous

          The hercules page doesnt actually say its an “exynos” dual core so technically we still dont know. I doubt it wont be tho.

        • Anonymous

          The hercules page doesnt actually say its an “exynos” dual core so technically we still dont know. I doubt it wont be tho.

        • Cmwunderle1

          If you guys read.other news blogs, I think it said it was a qualcom dual processor. Might.have even been here.

        • Cmwunderle1

          If you guys read.other news blogs, I think it said it was a qualcom dual processor. Might.have even been here.

    • Kevinmarchibald

      That’s the Exynos, correct?

    • Kevinmarchibald

      That’s the Exynos, correct?

    • Source Protected

      A friend in marketing in TMO’s Bellevue office promised me this phone will be getting “a different processor than the other versions of the G2S”.

    • Source Protected

      A friend in marketing in TMO’s Bellevue office promised me this phone will be getting “a different processor than the other versions of the G2S”.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1586820069 steadymobb

    This phone shouldn’t still be a mystery

  • Anonymous

    Galaxy S II 4G!!!!! Is what it’ll be called… :)

  • Anonymous

    Galaxy S II 4G!!!!! Is what it’ll be called… :)

  • Jabombardier

    I was drooling for this phone but still like my G2X. Even more so that restarts have stopped. Still have power downs and i deteste the gingerbread camera but still a beastly performing phone. Will hold on intil it genuinely craps out.

  • iNeedAUpgradeBadLOL

    If the HTC Sensation 2 doesn’t come to the U.S., I am so getting this!

  • iNeedAUpgradeBadLOL

    If the HTC Sensation 2 doesn’t come to the U.S., I am so getting this!

    • Anonymous

      It will be interesting to see if they bring the Sensation 2 to tmobile. 

      • Mastrorj

        is this something they are even working on already!?

  • johnwall

    i seen the cover at the store when i went to grab my phone case that phone case is huge.

  • Nick

    I’m sure it’s a great phone but I just think that Samsung’s UI is fugly.

    • Android00

      Adw launcher will take care of that.

  • http://tmonews.com David

    You and me both, I wish Disqus provided that but I dislike and disapprove the use of that word myself. I’ll remove it from his comment.

  • Anonymous

    My mytouch 4g couldnt survive being thrown across the room and I ended with an early upgrade and got the Sensation. So far very happy although I was planning on waiting and getting the GS@ddd69a48a7bc278d917eb0a1b411920f:disqus I am looking forward to hearing about how people are liking it once its released. 
    I use my phone for business and the huge deal breaker for me was that HTC has a much better email client than Samsung.  

  • Jon76

    that thing is huge as a brick and only 480 x 800??

  • Jon76

    that thing is huge as a brick and only 480 x 800??

  • Jon76

    that thing is huge as a brick and only 480 x 800??

    • Kirbdaddy

      I know, right?

  • Itsdooshbagnotdoosh

    Cant wait to get this phone!

  • 34reds

    Love the Galaxy S II.  Unfortunately, not the one designed for the T-Mo version.  It’s too round for my taste.  I perfer the exterior looks of the one Samsung made for ATT – more square/boxy with sharper corners.  In my opinion, the T-Mo version looked the worst out of the three designs.  Kinda disappointed because of that.

    • Dime04

      Totally agree. This phone has got me good. Switching to AT&T as soon as this phone is released. No disrespect to T-Mo, I’ve never had a reason to leave til now and fortunately down here in South Texas all 4 carriers have excellent service. So it was just a matter of which carrier was gonna have the closest looking to the EU version.

      • Mastrorj

        ah where in south texas i lived in corpus christi for 5 years

        • Dime04

          Corpus Christi.

        • Mastrorj

          no kidding, i use to bounce at cheetah;s lol graduated from TAMUCC i miss that place

    • Dime04

      Totally agree. This phone has got me good. Switching to AT&T as soon as this phone is released. No disrespect to T-Mo, I’ve never had a reason to leave til now and fortunately down here in South Texas all 4 carriers have excellent service. So it was just a matter of which carrier was gonna have the closest looking to the EU version.

    • Dime04

      Totally agree. This phone has got me good. Switching to AT&T as soon as this phone is released. No disrespect to T-Mo, I’ve never had a reason to leave til now and fortunately down here in South Texas all 4 carriers have excellent service. So it was just a matter of which carrier was gonna have the closest looking to the EU version.

    • Dime04

      Totally agree. This phone has got me good. Switching to AT&T as soon as this phone is released. No disrespect to T-Mo, I’ve never had a reason to leave til now and fortunately down here in South Texas all 4 carriers have excellent service. So it was just a matter of which carrier was gonna have the closest looking to the EU version.

    • Anonymous

      Hmm…  a phone purchased because of the corners. There’s some food for thought.

  • Kenshiro

    Please, Samsung. Ship this phone with the same dual-core as the Nexus Prime.

  • Ilyas_k15

    Ok people, since a lot of you like to complain, let’s get some facts straight:
    1) Those of you who say that the processor isn’t good enough (you demand 1.5 GHz processor), 1.2 GHz is more than enough to handle ALL of your needs. Even though it might not be the fantastic Exynos processor, the Quadrant scores are still over 3,00, which is great, so you don’t need more than that.
    2) If you think it’s ugly, too circular, etc., then don’t get it! They won’t change it just because you don’t like it. Switch to AT&T/Spring if you if you have problems with this version.
    3) If you’re not satisfied with the Samsung Touchwiz UI, don’t use it. Get LauncherPro, ADW.Launcher, GO! Launcher, or whatever you think will suit you best.
    4) If you say that the 480×800 resolution is too low for you, wait for the Nexus Prime or the Amaze 4G, their screens have higher resolutions. I don’t see why you would complain about something so unimportant, Samsung’s Super AMOLED screens are gorgeous, and extra pixels won’t make a significant difference.
    5) If you say it’s too big, GET SOMETHING ELSE! This phone is designed to be an entertainment powerhouse, yet still be thin and versatile. If the screen is too big for you, too damn bad, get a RAZR then. 

    As for TmoNews, I discovered (I hope that I am actually the first one to notice this) some new information. It might not be super important, but I still think it’s something that everyone would like to hear. The phone will have an 1850 mAh battery, which is a great for this sort of device. If you wonder how I got this information, it’s in the Accessories section of the link you’ve provided. I hope this information is actually new and useful.

    I apologize if I have seriously offended anyone, but the complaining is becoming more and more unbearable every single day. Please people, do your research before commenting, look at the positives before whining about the negatives, and if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. No one cares whether you like the device/service/etc. or not, it makes you look bad, and it’s annoying for others to read. 

    Thank you all for your attention.

  • Ilyas_k15

    Ok people, since a lot of you like to complain, let’s get some facts straight:
    1) Those of you who say that the processor isn’t good enough (you demand 1.5 GHz processor), 1.2 GHz is more than enough to handle ALL of your needs. Even though it might not be the fantastic Exynos processor, the Quadrant scores are still over 3,00, which is great, so you don’t need more than that.
    2) If you think it’s ugly, too circular, etc., then don’t get it! They won’t change it just because you don’t like it. Switch to AT&T/Spring if you if you have problems with this version.
    3) If you’re not satisfied with the Samsung Touchwiz UI, don’t use it. Get LauncherPro, ADW.Launcher, GO! Launcher, or whatever you think will suit you best.
    4) If you say that the 480×800 resolution is too low for you, wait for the Nexus Prime or the Amaze 4G, their screens have higher resolutions. I don’t see why you would complain about something so unimportant, Samsung’s Super AMOLED screens are gorgeous, and extra pixels won’t make a significant difference.
    5) If you say it’s too big, GET SOMETHING ELSE! This phone is designed to be an entertainment powerhouse, yet still be thin and versatile. If the screen is too big for you, too damn bad, get a RAZR then. 

    As for TmoNews, I discovered (I hope that I am actually the first one to notice this) some new information. It might not be super important, but I still think it’s something that everyone would like to hear. The phone will have an 1850 mAh battery, which is a great for this sort of device. If you wonder how I got this information, it’s in the Accessories section of the link you’ve provided. I hope this information is actually new and useful.

    I apologize if I have seriously offended anyone, but the complaining is becoming more and more unbearable every single day. Please people, do your research before commenting, look at the positives before whining about the negatives, and if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. No one cares whether you like the device/service/etc. or not, it makes you look bad, and it’s annoying for others to read. 

    Thank you all for your attention.

  • Ilyas_k15

    Ok people, since a lot of you like to complain, let’s get some facts straight:
    1) Those of you who say that the processor isn’t good enough (you demand 1.5 GHz processor), 1.2 GHz is more than enough to handle ALL of your needs. Even though it might not be the fantastic Exynos processor, the Quadrant scores are still over 3,00, which is great, so you don’t need more than that.
    2) If you think it’s ugly, too circular, etc., then don’t get it! They won’t change it just because you don’t like it. Switch to AT&T/Spring if you if you have problems with this version.
    3) If you’re not satisfied with the Samsung Touchwiz UI, don’t use it. Get LauncherPro, ADW.Launcher, GO! Launcher, or whatever you think will suit you best.
    4) If you say that the 480×800 resolution is too low for you, wait for the Nexus Prime or the Amaze 4G, their screens have higher resolutions. I don’t see why you would complain about something so unimportant, Samsung’s Super AMOLED screens are gorgeous, and extra pixels won’t make a significant difference.
    5) If you say it’s too big, GET SOMETHING ELSE! This phone is designed to be an entertainment powerhouse, yet still be thin and versatile. If the screen is too big for you, too damn bad, get a RAZR then. 

    As for TmoNews, I discovered (I hope that I am actually the first one to notice this) some new information. It might not be super important, but I still think it’s something that everyone would like to hear. The phone will have an 1850 mAh battery, which is a great for this sort of device. If you wonder how I got this information, it’s in the Accessories section of the link you’ve provided. I hope this information is actually new and useful.

    I apologize if I have seriously offended anyone, but the complaining is becoming more and more unbearable every single day. Please people, do your research before commenting, look at the positives before whining about the negatives, and if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. No one cares whether you like the device/service/etc. or not, it makes you look bad, and it’s annoying for others to read. 

    Thank you all for your attention.

    • Anonymous

      Dude people understand what you’re saying but writing a long comment is a waste of time. People complained before you and they will after you that’s just how it is. Somebody is going to read your comment and complain even more.

      • Ilyas_k15

        Then ignorance prevails, and I cannot do anything about that

    • Anonymous

      Dude people understand what you’re saying but writing a long comment is a waste of time. People complained before you and they will after you that’s just how it is. Somebody is going to read your comment and complain even more.

    • Nearmsp

      AMOLED has more to do with the touch screen technology and sensitivity than the resolution.

      • Ilyas_k15

        It has more to do with the picture, not touch screen technology

      • Ilyas_k15

        It has more to do with the picture, not touch screen technology

    • Joonyerr19

      Its sprint not spring

    • Kenshiro

      On your point about the CPU, if they are going to make T-Mobile customers wait until October to release a phone that will have been available through other carriers for a month, and would also be releasing along side the HTC Amaze and Nexus Prime (both with 1.5 GHz dual-cores), they should at the very least add some incentive to purchase the phone or it will lose sales to the HTC with a superior CPU and qHD display. It would be utterly stupid to release this phone as late as October without a CPU or HD display to compete the Nexus and Amaze. That’s why I say one of two things will happen. 1. It will release late September with the same specs as the other carriers, or 2. it will release in October as rumored, with an upgraded 1.5 GHz dual-core.

    • Kenshiro

      On your point about the CPU, if they are going to make T-Mobile customers wait until October to release a phone that will have been available through other carriers for a month, and would also be releasing along side the HTC Amaze and Nexus Prime (both with 1.5 GHz dual-cores), they should at the very least add some incentive to purchase the phone or it will lose sales to the HTC with a superior CPU and qHD display. It would be utterly stupid to release this phone as late as October without a CPU or HD display to compete the Nexus and Amaze. That’s why I say one of two things will happen. 1. It will release late September with the same specs as the other carriers, or 2. it will release in October as rumored, with an upgraded 1.5 GHz dual-core.

  • Ilyas_k15

    Ok people, since a lot of you like to complain, let’s get some facts straight:
    1) Those of you who say that the processor isn’t good enough (you demand 1.5 GHz processor), 1.2 GHz is more than enough to handle ALL of your needs. Even though it might not be the fantastic Exynos processor, the Quadrant scores are still over 3,00, which is great, so you don’t need more than that.
    2) If you think it’s ugly, too circular, etc., then don’t get it! They won’t change it just because you don’t like it. Switch to AT&T/Spring if you if you have problems with this version.
    3) If you’re not satisfied with the Samsung Touchwiz UI, don’t use it. Get LauncherPro, ADW.Launcher, GO! Launcher, or whatever you think will suit you best.
    4) If you say that the 480×800 resolution is too low for you, wait for the Nexus Prime or the Amaze 4G, their screens have higher resolutions. I don’t see why you would complain about something so unimportant, Samsung’s Super AMOLED screens are gorgeous, and extra pixels won’t make a significant difference.
    5) If you say it’s too big, GET SOMETHING ELSE! This phone is designed to be an entertainment powerhouse, yet still be thin and versatile. If the screen is too big for you, too damn bad, get a RAZR then. 

    As for TmoNews, I discovered (I hope that I am actually the first one to notice this) some new information. It might not be super important, but I still think it’s something that everyone would like to hear. The phone will have an 1850 mAh battery, which is a great for this sort of device. If you wonder how I got this information, it’s in the Accessories section of the link you’ve provided. I hope this information is actually new and useful.

    I apologize if I have seriously offended anyone, but the complaining is becoming more and more unbearable every single day. Please people, do your research before commenting, look at the positives before whining about the negatives, and if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. No one cares whether you like the device/service/etc. or not, it makes you look bad, and it’s annoying for others to read. 

    Thank you all for your attention.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_S3HF2LNXO3LNEGF3W2OQCBRUBE BenjaminB007

    So what?  Am I supposed to buy this after seeing how hard DT is trying to sell T-Mobile?  Am I supposed to spend my hard earned cash knowing that it may work like I want it to in a few months?  No thanks, but I’ll pass.

    • Bratty

      Ok….who asked you to buy this? Its an informational post – not a sales call to *you*. Chill dude.

    • Macman73076

      The purchase of tmobile by att is not a guarantee and has hit speed recently i’ve heard. But I had also read that the purchase price att offered would cover the cost of handset replacements with similar handsets that work on att. If you bought the sg2 on tmobile and the deal goes through you would assuredly get att’s variant of the sg2 if and when it ever did go through. I have the htc g2 and am looking forward to getting the sg2 next month when it’s released by tmobile.

      • Macman73076

        *bumps

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_S3HF2LNXO3LNEGF3W2OQCBRUBE BenjaminB007

    So what?  Am I supposed to buy this after seeing how hard DT is trying to sell T-Mobile?  Am I supposed to spend my hard earned cash knowing that it may work like I want it to in a few months?  No thanks, but I’ll pass.