We’re glad to see Samsung’s small (but large, relatively speaking) investment into the development community has paid off – nightlies are coming to the Samsung Galaxy S II! If you don’t remember, Samsung sent the team behind CyanogenMod four Galaxy S II devices for one purpose – getting CM7 booted up on that thing and making a good chunk of you owners happy. Now that the day is nearly here, the decision on whether or not you should buy that Samsung Galaxy S II shouldn’t be too hard to make. A video of it in action (running VERY smoothly) is above. [AndroidPolice]
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