Galaxy S II

As we predicted last week, the Galaxy S II will arrive in US Cellular stores tomorrow, March 1, with online availability beginning today. The award winning smartphone will cost you $229.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and with a two year contract (you'll get another $100 off if you're a new customer), and will surf on the carrier's 3G network rather than its soon-to-launch LTE wavelengths. 

It's the same Galaxy S II you've grown to love, complete with a 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.2 Ghz dual-core Exynos processor, and 16 GB internal storage. It's shipping with Gingerbread, and US Cellular hasn't made its Android 4.0-update plans clear as of yet, though we're hoping they'll keep on top of it. 

Those of you who've been patiently waiting can grab yours today at the source link, or sit tight and head into a US Cellular retail location tomorrow. 

Source: US Cellular

 

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Samsung Galaxy S II now available on US Cellular, arrives in stores tomorrow

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Interesting, you lose out on LTE but gain the Exynos processor. Wouldn't be so bad on a GSM network where you would fall back on HSPA+ instead of EVDO. I'm still happy for USCC users though.

this is a really nice device, if the epic touch is anything to go by. Exynos is a superb little chip.