January 28, 2015

Sprint-Branded Galaxy S II (Within) Spied in Wild

A pair of images surfaced over the weekend showing the Sprint version of the Galaxy S II might be ready for production.  The team over at This Is My Next obtained the two pictures which confirm the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread OS and 8-megapixel camera.  Of course, we’re also expecting a Sprint’s integration of Google Voice, Google Wallet, and support for the carrier’s 4G network for the Within.  Other details should include 1GB RAM, 16GB storage, and a 4.3-inch Super AMLOED Plus display for the phone expected any day now.



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    • Jayq330
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      Hey genius ADSL three other galaxy2’s out don’t say in “any way shape or form” galaxy SII! But yet they are, you do understand that even my evo3D doesn’t have its name on the back just the maker,just like this phone all it says is HTC. It also didn’t say 4G on my evo3D & on this phone either but it doesn’t mean it isn’t or doesn’t because it should be obvious.

    • Jayq330
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      * genius ADSL three other galaxy2’s* sorry the swype pad sucks,what I meant was -genius all the other galaxy2’s- I can’t stand swype I constantly have to recheck & make sure the right word is chosen.

  1. Anonymous
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    I notice that all the other specs appear to be present EXCEPT THE PROCESSOR could that be because the US is getting the watered down verison and not the actuall processor in the Galaxy S2 from abroad??? I suppose DUALCORE IS DUALCORE and regardless that will bring SPRINTS TOTAL OF DUALCORE DEVICES TO (3). Evo 3d, Photon 4g, Samsung Within. Now we need to wait for the EVO 3D’S little brother to come aboard the HTC KINGDOM which is really the dualcore 768mb of ram version of the Sensation but on sprint with the wimax radio. When that releases then we will have 4 dualcore devices on the UNLIMITED NETWORK what a party over at sprint we are having.

    • Anonymous
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      As usual, you’re a moron. Why would we get the “watered down version”? Why would Samsung and the various carriers feel the need to downgrade the processor? Maybe Scott’s source didn’t include processor speed. Maybe the carriers are putting an even more powerful processor in there. Ever think of those possibilities? Noooo. Of course you didn’t. Because you’re too stupid to get anything even remotely right (cue long list of absurdly ridiculous statements you’ve made over the past few months). 

  2. Anonymous
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    Regardless of anything the device to have is the industry leading HTC EVO 3D. No carrier brand supports or makes android better.

  3. Anonymous
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    Regardless of anything the device to have is the industry leading HTC EVO 3D. No carrier brand supports or makes android better.

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