AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 Forums Added
A couple of weeks ago, we announced that the new Galaxy S family of phones would have a nice, warm, and cozy spot here on xda. Well, it turns out that Sprint jumped ahead on the game and reserved their own cozy spot for their device, which has seen really active development ever since it was announced. As of today, AT&T’s version of this device also has a place to call home here at xda. Remember that this is one out of the three variants of the SGS2 that came out earlier this year inn Europe and a few other countries world wide. Due to some re-design and carrier specific customization, the launch of the US version was delayed. However, it seems that now that they are out, people are rejoicing and enjoying what is considered to be one of the top and most powerful mobile devices out there today. If you are among these chosen users of this device, come join the rest of the community in discussions, development, and advancement of this wonderful device.
You can visit AT&T’s SGS2 new home on xda here.
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