T-Mobile Reveals Additional Details For Galaxy S II

The Galaxy S II hasn’t been secret since the official announcement came a few weeks back at the Samsung press event that took place in New York. However, T-Mobile is announcing additional details of the GSII today including the two most important facts of all…price and availability. First, let’s start with absolutely positive official confirmation about the processor inside the Galaxy S II hardware. A Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor with 1.5GHz dual-core cpu running on Android 2.3.5 and is NFC enabled.

The Galaxy S II is a true mobile entertainment powerhouse with a 4.52″ Super AMOLED screen, the largest available on any T-Mobile device. With DLNA compatibility and HDMI out, the GSII is more than capable of powering content on a compatible HD TV. You can also access movies and tv shows galore through Netflix, T-Mobile TV in Mobile HD, Samsung Media Hub and YouTube all using the phone’s beautiful 4.52″ screen. Let’s not forget that the Galaxy S II is powered by T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 42Mbps 4G network.

Let’s get back to the most important pieces of information, pricing and availability. You can score your very own Galaxy S II through an exclusive online pre-sale beginning on October 10th with in store availability on October 12th. The Galaxy S II will cost $229.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate with a two year service agreement and qualifying Classic voice and data plan.

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  • Slick

    It also comes with a 32 gb sd card, not bad, I know many of u in here do not have a 32 gb sd card, 16 at the most…

    • David

      Slick how do you know that it comes with 32? If so that would be crazy. The Ad says its expandable to 48 via a 32gb card. Not that it comes with one.

    • David

      Slick how do you know that it comes with 32? If so that would be crazy. The Ad says its expandable to 48 via a 32gb card. Not that it comes with one.

    • josue cifuentes

      4real how you know…you work for samsung ???

  • cell69

    Concerned about only getting 2 GB data transfer if I get this on the Value Plan. Three different guys at 3 different T Mobile stores say it is throttled to 3G speed after the 2 gigs, but I read that it is actually 2G speed. Are the T Mobile guys lying? Can I actually do anything once I hit the 2G/3G speed or will the phone be practically useless until the next month?

    • Anonymous

      2g not 3G. If its at 3G, then everyone will get the lowest possible plan..

    • Anonymous

      Don’t believe it, I have been throttled twice using Samsung Nexus and SK4G both push speeds near capacity and spent 5gbs streaming pandora, getting lost in san Antonio resulting in using gps feature which worked beautifully on the sk4G locked on in an instant though I wish they had worked out the touch screen quirks and placed GB on it but oh well that pedestrian sensor or whatever worked, I hope they include it in the gs2. Back to what I was saying though the speeds are less than edge might as well be on G because you can’t do a thing with speeds less edge.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t believe it, I have been throttled twice using Samsung Nexus and SK4G both push speeds near capacity and spent 5gbs streaming pandora, getting lost in san Antonio resulting in using gps feature which worked beautifully on the sk4G locked on in an instant though I wish they had worked out the touch screen quirks and placed GB on it but oh well that pedestrian sensor or whatever worked, I hope they include it in the gs2. Back to what I was saying though the speeds are less than edge might as well be on G because you can’t do a thing with speeds less edge.

  • Thecityboy781

    Awww hell yeah that phone looks sexy as hell

  • Thecityboy781

    Awww hell yeah that phone looks sexy as hell

  • OKDave

    What about the value-plan (non-subsidized) price??? ARGH

    • Girth Brooks

      $529.99 full price, so it will be $229.99 + tax in store and $15/month for 20 months.

  • OKDave

    What about the value-plan (non-subsidized) price??? ARGH

  • kristin

    My guess on Value plan would be 529.99 making a down payment of 229.99 with 300 spread out over 20 months at 15 dollars a month.

  • kristin

    My guess on Value plan would be 529.99 making a down payment of 229.99 with 300 spread out over 20 months at 15 dollars a month.

  • Anonymous

    I’d expect Exynos with that price.

  • Anonymous

    I’d expect Exynos with that price.

  • Anonymous

    I’d expect Exynos with that price.

  • Anonymous

    I’d expect Exynos with that price.

  • Calvin

    I know there are some questioning the screen, saying its only 800×480 and that isn’t enough. I remember comparing my vibrant against my buddies brand new Iphone 4 and everyone said my screen was more vibrant(no pun intended…or was it ;-)) and clearer. I’m sure with the newer version of amoled, its going to be gorgeous! I can’t wait to get my hands on this beauty.

    Don’t get me wrong, Iphones are great phones, just not for me.

    Be safe everyone!

    • http://rpad.tv RPadTV

      It looks like “everyone” was full of it. There are several things wrong with the iPhone, but the screen tech and clarity aren’t issues. I’ve yet to see another screen that displays text better than the iPhone. Colors are also much more accurate on the iPhone 4 than on the Vibrant.

    • http://rpad.tv RPadTV

      It looks like “everyone” was full of it. There are several things wrong with the iPhone, but the screen tech and clarity aren’t issues. I’ve yet to see another screen that displays text better than the iPhone. Colors are also much more accurate on the iPhone 4 than on the Vibrant.

  • Calvin

    I know there are some questioning the screen, saying its only 800×480 and that isn’t enough. I remember comparing my vibrant against my buddies brand new Iphone 4 and everyone said my screen was more vibrant(no pun intended…or was it ;-)) and clearer. I’m sure with the newer version of amoled, its going to be gorgeous! I can’t wait to get my hands on this beauty.

    Don’t get me wrong, Iphones are great phones, just not for me.

    Be safe everyone!

  • lookitzjohnny

    2 mics 1 at top for video and one at the bottom for voice? hopefully its not as bad as the vibrant, making everything distorted.

  • lookitzjohnny

    2 mics 1 at top for video and one at the bottom for voice? hopefully its not as bad as the vibrant, making everything distorted.

  • M Zapata80

    Just about time and i think this is the perfect phone to get at the moment. As far as build quality HTC is better but everything else Samsung takes the crown. Really can’t wait to get one of these beautiful piece of device!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    wait wait are they serious? Quad Band 3g/4g? 2100, 1900, 1700 and 850??? a true World Phone? the International version lacks 1700… im getting more excited the closer the 12th of Octiber gets

  • sue

    Will this phone have WiFi calling or some help for what I call cold spots. phone looks great. Love my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, WiFi only. Looking forward to NFC for credit card safety.