Yesterday, Samsung unveiled three new models of its Galaxy S II phone, each catering to a specific carrier in the United States. The Manhattan, NY event had fully usable versions of the Sprint and AT&T models, though the T-Mobile model was locked behind clear plastic boxes. This gallery shows a few pictures of the 4.5-inch Sprint Galaxy S II and the 4.3-inch AT&T version. Both phones contain the same innards, but have a few slight physical differences. One of these pictures shows the Sprint model sitting next to the Galaxy S II world model, which can be picked out by its iPhone-like Home button. You’ll also notice that Samsung has removed many Apple-like features, including squared icons. The Galaxy S II looks more like an Android phone now. We’ll have more detailed impressions soon.
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