Despite all the reports of delays pushing the Samsung Galaxy S II to as far back as June, the manufacturer of the popular line of Android phones has set the record straight. In case a statement made on Twitter wasn’t enough, a post on their official Facbook page addresses customer concerns over the availability of the Galaxy S II:
“We know that lots of you have been asking about the launch date of the Samsung GALAXY S II. It will be released in April and then gradually rolled out in each market according to the local launch timetable.
We will provide more details via this fan page once they become available.”
They avoid going into specifics about when and where the handset will become available this month, but a May 1st date is confirmed for the UK. We might assume the Galaxy S II will hit Samsung’s native Korea first before moving on to Europe and beyond.