TELUS Canada, one of the leading Canadian telecommunications companies, has finally provided a release date for its bigger-screened variant of the Samsung Galaxy S2–October 28–from which date the handset will start becoming available.
The Canadian carrier’s variant of the Samsung blockbuster Android smartphone will be branded as the 4G Samsung Galaxy S2 X, and although TELUS has not yet revealed its pricing, the handset will most likely bear a US$99 price tag under a three-year contract.
Unlike its other siblings in the U.S., the 4G Samsung Galaxy S2 X will run faster with its dual-core processor blazing trails at a clock speed of 1.5 GHz and its 1 GB of RAM.
Unfortunately, despite the recent release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), the handset will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. However, recent gossip says the 4G Samsung Galaxy S2 X will be getting upgrades to ICS, too.
Formerly codenamed the Samsung Hercules, the device will also sport a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen for vivid and crisper display.
Credit: feature image uses photo by Mylyn Ramos (Flickr)
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Too bad they waited this long to release it. I already went with the iphone 4s. Doesn’t help that they went with the 1.5Ghz Qualcomm chipset either. This will actually be slower than the 1.2Ghz samsung chipset.
Not slower, no, the GPU might have slightly worse performance but you’re not going to see that in any games/apps currently available on the app store, or in any immediate future either, so it’s kind of moot.
LOl you people search things from images and all that . Great work Alvin
I have waited so long for this phone its not funny. Telus has been advertising this phone on there web sight for two months.While I congradulate Telus for finally getting the Galaxy S11 to the public I feel they should be shot with a ball of there own siht!!!!!
And whats with the no icecream sandwich????