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    Samsung Galaxy S II will be called the Verizon Function, Sprint Within, AT&T Attain etc. Here are the bottom line statements from those reviews.

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review - Phone Arena
    "Probably the most important take from this review of the Samsung Galaxy S II is that it is, once again, future-proof. It has those highly-regarded and distinguishing features that won't make it obsolete in just a few months' time. The dual-core Exynos chipset chirps along capturing excellent Full HD video clips, whereas the 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus screen offers one of the best video playback experiences..."

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review - SlashGear
    "Make no mistake, the Samsung Galaxy S II could very well be the best Android smartphone on the market today. "

    Samsung Galaxy S II review -- Engadget
    "It's the best Android smartphone yet, but more importantly, it might well be the best smartphone, period."

    Samsung Galaxy S II review: Eye-popping Gingerbread | Android Atlas - CNET Reviews
    Ratings: Design 8/10, Features 9/10, Performance 8/10
    "It's one thing for a smartphone to parade a list of impressive specs and another to actually achieve them. With the Samsung Galaxy S II, Sammy hit the nail on the head..."

    Samsung Galaxy S II review - BGR
    "Hands down, the Samsung Galaxy S II is the greatest Android smartphone available on the planet…if you can get past TouchWiz."

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review | Pocketnow News
    Score 5/5
    "Seldom do we rate a phone a full 5/5, but the Galaxy S II is one of the most advanced, well-rounded, and powerful smartphones we've ever tested. Samsung truly delivered on its second-generation Galaxy S. We can't get over how thin the Galaxy S II is, and it's a true joy to be able to browse the web with such smoothness and speed..."

    Galaxy S II benchmarked, makes other phones cry in shame -- Engadget
    "Its speedy dual-core Exynos CPU pulled off a 3,053 in Quadrant and scored double what the similarly specced HTC Sensation did in Smartbench2011. Those scores also represent a more than threefold improvement over the original Galaxy S. "

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review: Stunning and Speedy
    "If you're in the market for a new phone this spring, you're going to have some tough decisions to make. A lot of hot phones have arrived or will debit soon, including the HTC Thunderbolt, the T-Mobile G2X, the Motorola Atrix 4G, and the upcoming HTC Sensation and HTC EVO 3D. But when it comes to performance and display quality, the Galaxy S II is pretty much unbeatable."
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    I wish we can put webOS in Galaxy S 2, then they don't need to spend any money of marketing BS or any kind of app support, people will just buy this phone regardless. And everything else will follow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milominderbinder View Post
    Samsung Galaxy S II will be called the Verizon Function, Sprint Within, AT&T Attain etc. Here are the bottom line statements from those reviews.

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review - Phone Arena
    "Probably the most important take from this review of the Samsung Galaxy S II is that it is, once again, future-proof. It has those highly-regarded and distinguishing features that won't make it obsolete in just a few months' time. The dual-core Exynos chipset chirps along capturing excellent Full HD video clips, whereas the 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus screen offers one of the best video playback experiences..."

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review - SlashGear
    "Make no mistake, the Samsung Galaxy S II could very well be the best Android smartphone on the market today. "

    Samsung Galaxy S II review -- Engadget
    "It's the best Android smartphone yet, but more importantly, it might well be the best smartphone, period."

    Samsung Galaxy S II review: Eye-popping Gingerbread | Android Atlas - CNET Reviews
    Ratings: Design 8/10, Features 9/10, Performance 8/10
    "It's one thing for a smartphone to parade a list of impressive specs and another to actually achieve them. With the Samsung Galaxy S II, Sammy hit the nail on the head..."

    Samsung Galaxy S II review - BGR
    "Hands down, the Samsung Galaxy S II is the greatest Android smartphone available on the planet…if you can get past TouchWiz."

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review | Pocketnow News
    Score 5/5
    "Seldom do we rate a phone a full 5/5, but the Galaxy S II is one of the most advanced, well-rounded, and powerful smartphones we've ever tested. Samsung truly delivered on its second-generation Galaxy S. We can't get over how thin the Galaxy S II is, and it's a true joy to be able to browse the web with such smoothness and speed..."

    Galaxy S II benchmarked, makes other phones cry in shame -- Engadget
    "Its speedy dual-core Exynos CPU pulled off a 3,053 in Quadrant and scored double what the similarly specced HTC Sensation did in Smartbench2011. Those scores also represent a more than threefold improvement over the original Galaxy S. "

    Samsung Galaxy S II Review: Stunning and Speedy
    "If you're in the market for a new phone this spring, you're going to have some tough decisions to make. A lot of hot phones have arrived or will debit soon, including the HTC Thunderbolt, the T-Mobile G2X, the Motorola Atrix 4G, and the upcoming HTC Sensation and HTC EVO 3D. But when it comes to performance and display quality, the Galaxy S II is pretty much unbeatable."
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    Quote Originally Posted by passlogix View Post
    I wish we can put webOS in Galaxy S 2, then they don't need to spend any money of marketing BS or any kind of app support, people will just buy this phone regardless. And everything else will follow.
    HP has said that they might license out webOS. There was a rumor that Samsung might consider it. But all their plants are at full capacity and new production is already committed to Android models.

    The Galaxy S II factory is running three shifts 24/7 and can't keep up. Samsung said that they shipped 3 million units in the first 45 days and are maxed out at 2 million Galaxy II's a month.

    Samsung had told investors they expected to sell 10 million Galaxy S but are near 18 million now. They expected 10 million Galaxy S II's in it's 9-month lifespan but are almost at 5 million before launching in the US. Samsung also under-estimated the Infuse demand and have not been able to roll it out to other carriers.

    The new plants will go straight to the Galaxy S III and other models for the holidays. Next year will get interesting with the 4.5" edge-to-edge displays: They will be the size of 4" phones today, almost no bezel.

    Without available inventory, the May 24th US Galaxy S II roll-out had to be postponed. Now it looks like mid-July for the Sprint Within, AT&T Attain, and Verizon Function. T-Mobile is getting the slider keyboard so it is the one being delayed an extra 45 days this time.

    Samsung may want to make a webOS phone, but where could they make it?

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