Samsung Galaxy S II Available Now at US Cellular, No 4G LTE
US Cellular is recently rumored to pick the Samsung Galaxy S II as it’s latest android handset lineup. Well, it seems like the rumor is turned out to be true as the carrier already start to sell the Galaxy S II. Anyone who interested to own the US Cellular version of this amazing phone should navigate to the carrier’s official website right now.
US Cellular is currently ask $229.99 for each unit, off course after $100 mail-in rebate. In addition, you’ll also have to subscribe to their 2 years contract plan. The carrier also noted that this offer is only applicable for new activation. If you already pick US Cellular as your carrier, you can grab the Galaxy S II for $249.99 only.
Samsung Galaxy S II is currently run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but it will be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich at some point this year. When it comes to display, this phone sports 4.5 inch screen. Galaxy S II is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processors, alongside with 16GB internal data storage. Galaxy S II also has an 8.0 megapixels shutter for it’s primary camera unit.
Unfortunately, unlike the AT&T model, the Galaxy S II from US Cellular is not support for 4G LTE network connection. Not forget to mention that the price is quite expensive, considering the fact that Galaxy S II has been available around the market for almost six months now. As we enter the third month of 2012, there will be more and more high-end smartphone released. That’s why we can’t understand why US Cellular put on such a high price tag to Galaxy S II.
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