By Anton D. Nagy | July 26, 2011 9:54 AM
Just when we thought Verizon will be the first carrier in the U.S. to bring the Samsung Galaxy S II to the masses, pictures of what is believed to be the AT&T version have surfaced showing off a QWERTY slider. Turns out that the hardware keyboard enabled phone we recently saw might just be the AT&T Galaxy S II.
It’s still unknown whether it will be called the AT&T Galaxy S II or the AT&T Galaxy Attain, but one thing’s for sure: the Android phone of the moment is definitely coming to the U.S. soon, as promised.
The model number is SGH-I927 and it will be running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. It features a four-row slide-out QWERTY keyboard unlike the AT&T Captivate, the carrier’s Samsung Galaxy S variant. The other specs should be left untouched, though anything is possible. We still have the eight-megapixel camera and the phone should be running on a 1.2GHz dual core CPU with 1GB of RAM, displaying images on its 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen. Even the front-facer seems to be there, which on the Galaxy S II is a 1.9-megapixel camera.
Will be interesting to see how much the slide-out keyboard adds to the thickness of the thinnest smartphone on the market but according to reports, the phone is kept relatively slender. Check out the source link for more images!