T-Mobile has just confirmed that it will be offering the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone on its 4G network. The device is about to be unveiled at the Samsung event in NYC that will mark the big US debut of the popular handset on three of the four major US carriers. We’re covering the event live, so be sure to keep it here on SlashGear for all the details.
The only major US carrier to be without the Samsung Galaxy S II is Verizon, which may have passed on the handset for an exclusive on Google’s next flagship phone. Of the three carriers, each are said to get a unique variation. The WiMAX variant has already been confirmed earlier as the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. And now T-Mobile has confirmed its own version, which will thankfully keep its original moniker of just simply the Galaxy S II.
The exact details on what the T-Mobile variant will offer have yet to be revealed. But those details are coming soon. The event is unfolding as we type here, so we’ll update as we get more information on any spec changes, pricing and exact release dates.
UPDATE: We now have Hands-OFF Video of the T-Mobile GSII – check it out!