After having touched down on Sprint, T Mobile, and AT&T (twice even), the Korean giants one time flagship handset is now being embraced by the folks at US Cellular.
Customers who have pledged their allegiance to the nations sixth largest wireless carrier are probably celebrating the news, considering the last big Android handset to grace their shelves was the Motorola Electrify, a non WiMax version of the Photon 4G.
The US Cellular Galaxy S II will get its go from a 1.2 GHz dual core Exynos processor, just like all the other variants outside of T Mobiles version, this of course will backed by 16GB of internal storage.
Well it’s very similar to the Sprint Epic 4G Touch version of the Galaxy S II, only it is limited to 3G connectivity only.
Its not as though the hardware doesnt exist AT&Ts Skyrocket features an LTE radio but for now it seems like US Cellular customers will have to make do with a revamped Galaxy S if they want their mobile LTE fix.
By the end of the year, 54 percent of US Cellular customers will be able to access 4G LTE speeds.
The US Cellular branded Galaxy S II will cost you about $230 bucks, but only after a $100 dollar mail rebate and guaranteeing your commitment for the next two years.
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