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Samsung’s eagerly-anticipated Galaxy S II phone could be arriving in the U.S. next month, according to the company’s president of mobile business.Shin Jong-kyun said the Galaxy S II will hit the U.S. “sometime in August,” according to Mobile Burn.
The Galaxy S II was supposed to launch in the U.S. in March, but was delayed indefinitely without explanation. The phone has already performed well overseas with 3 million units sold in the first 55 days.
Samsung will likely release the Galaxy S II on all four major carriers in some form or another, just like it did with the original Galaxy S last year.
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