Today, T-Mobile let the world know via Twitter, that the all new white version of their Galaxy S II superphone will be making its debut next Wednesday, December 14th. The new paler looking GS2 will only be available online so don’t bother getting dressed and into your T-Mobile store if you were looking to get one. Let’s cross our fingers T-Mobile can throw in some kind of promotional pricing to go along with it. As it stands, the GS2 is still $230 after $50 mail-in rebate and a 2-year agreement. So tell me. Which do you prefer, black or white?
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