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2011-07-28 13h37_36

Users anticipating the US arrival of Samsung's Galaxy S II superphone can now sign up to be notified of this beast-of-a-device's stateside availability via Samsung's Galaxy S II US landing page.

2011-07-28 13h26_50

You have to drop in some basic information like name, email, phone number, and carrier preference, and you're in. I received a text message immediately after signing up asking if I want to be notified via SMS as well, so expect nearly-immediate info regarding this device.

It's probably worth noting that if you do opt in to receiving SMS messages that Sammy will send a max of four messages per month, so users that don't have an unlimited text message package won't go bankrupt waiting for info on their new phone.

So, who's ready?

[Samsung via Phandroid]

Cameron Summerson
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  • Sketis

    It's nice to know that the US get the phone after I've got it. So many things are released in the US before EU that I have to wait for. :P

    What I didn't know was that there exists a limit on how many sms you can recieve. I've never heard of this and in my country (sweden) it doesn't exist. The only thing that cost anything (if you dont have a package for it) is "sending" SMS, not recieving.

    I guess there always is things to learn. :)

  • Sketis

    It's nice to know that the US get the phone after I've got it. So many things are released in the US before EU that I have to wait for. :P

    What I didn't know was that there exists a limit on how many sms you can recieve. I've never heard of this and in my country (sweden) it doesn't exist. The only thing that cost anything (if you dont have a package for it) is "sending" SMS, not recieving.

    • kevin

      HA! We get to see how frustrating that is.

      I look forward to this phone and hope I like it as much as I think I will.

  • StrykerSTI

    I hope AT&T carries both versions of the Galaxy S II. I don't want the keyboard.

  • Aaron Gingrich
  • Brooke Grant

    Wow, America must be the last country to get the SGS 2. Even Canada already has it.

  • NotAmerican

    Samsung must be deliberately trying to make people from the U.S know what it feels like for us from other countries who have to wait longer for almost any product....

  • Smiler

    @NA

    about time too! :)

  • james

    Yay, more useless 3g phones. Why are providers wasting their energy on outdated technology?

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