Galaxy S2 Comes Friday, Watch These Fun Galaxy S2 Ads To Pass The Time

Posted: Aug 6 2011, 2:27pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2011, 3:05am CDT, in News | Android

 
Galaxy S2 comes Friday, Watch These Fun Galaxy S2 Ads to Pass the Time

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Everybody in the world already has the Samsung Galaxy S2, just not the US. The first Galaxy S2 phone is expected to launch on Verizon on August 12.

Samsung has already tremendous success with the Samsung Galaxy S2 in Europe and Asia. Sales already exceeded 5 million units. The Galaxy S2 is rumored to hit Verizon first on August 12. This would be the coming Friday. To pass the time until this exciting Android smartphone is launching you can watch four fun Galaxy S2 TV commercials below.

At 8.9mm the Samsung Galaxy S2 is very thin. Features of the Samsung Galaxy S2 include a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor with a 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus display and an 8MP camera. Other features include Bluetooth 3.0, HSPA and NFC. The Galaxy S2 is expected to be released on all major carriers, but under different names.

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