Samsung Mobile Singapore Outs High-Res Images of AT&T Galaxy Attain

The Singapore division for Samsung Mobile has accidentally outed the first high-resolution images of AT&T’s Galaxy Attain.  The Ma Bell-branded version of the Galaxy S II doesn’t have a launch date but that apparently doesn’t matter.  Come to think of it, there hasn’t even been an announcement yet.  Still, like the honey badger, Samsung Mobile Singapore don’t care.

The slip-up happened as a result of showing off the new Galaxy S II Desktop Dock, which has HDMI and 3.5mm stereo out.   The actual phone doesn’t look too different from the standard Galaxy S II save for the branding and four buttons across the bottom, but it does make the Attain all the more “real”. We’re digging the pyramid design of the dock as it doesn’t look much like other, similar products.  Hit the break for a handful of additional dock shots.

Via: Engagdet

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