Yea, this sort of slip-up from Verizon isn’t the least bit usual so we are not surprised to learn that today’s news of a July launch for their Samsung Galaxy S II Function is not confirmed. The Verizon rep that Computer World spoke to apparently meant to say that their LTE-enabled Tab 10.1 would be on Big Red this July, not the S II. Of course, this doesn’t mean that the Galaxy S II absolutely won’t make its way to Big Red in July, it’s just that there’s no confirmation of that. (Or of its existence, really.) The story’s still being told, folks.
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