Samsung seems like releasing and developing phones faster that we’ve imagine. Just when the wireless carrier T-Mobile announced the release date of its Samsung Galaxy S II phones, maybe a couple of days before it arrive on AT&T wireless network, it’s been out on Sprint since September though, the Korea-based company unveiled the new Samsung Galaxy S II HD which is actually a Galaxy S II LTE but it has an HD display screen.
The display of the Samsung Galaxy S II HD has 720 x 1260 pixel resolution other than its brother Galaxy S II LTE. It features 16GB of internal storage, NFC support, 8mp camera, a 1.5GHz dual core processor and again of course the 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display screen.
The Galaxy S II HD will first be launched of course in the country where it originated, Korea, and yet to mention the availability elsewhere. It will make it its way to other countries after the initial launch expectedly.
No announcements yet as to what U.S. wireless carrier it would show up first.