Samsung: Galaxy S II Still Coming Out in April [Debunked]


Alright let’s put an end to what has turned into nothing but a nasty, wild rumor – the Samsung Galaxy S II is still launching this month, at least so says Samsung themselves on their Seoul-run “Electronics” Twitter page. The origin suggests the device will be launched in the company’s home country of Korea first – just as most of their flagship products.

Earlier rumors came from different regions – Samsung India will have a different launch from Samsung Europe, or Samsung US, or Samsung whatever. The rollout is gradual – just as it was with the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab. So there really should be nothing to worry about people. (That’s if you were ever really “worried” in the first place. )

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Yes…and froyo is coming to samsung fascinate at the end of 2010 as confirmed by samsungmobileus twitter.

    1. i take that with Verizon if was you. i been rocking froyo on vibrant for months now.

      1. Liar vibrant is the tmobile version of sgs

        1. Uhh, yeah, and has been rocking froyo for months. So Verizon is the problem.

        2. and why are calling me a liar? is not my fault that you are dumbass, just ask around.

          1. maybe I dont understand your comment or you are incredibly stupid because it looks as if you are saying the vibrant is on Verizon when it isn’t and i know the vibrant has been updated for months i have one!!!

  2. Is this a belated April fool’s?
    Which carrier?

  3. LOL. I thought it wasn’t coming out until September

  4. And the processor? was the 1.2Ghz upgrade also only the stuff of rumour?

  5. FAT!

  6. I need this phone!

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