Samsung Galaxy S2 to be launched on Sprint in U.S.
Seems like Sprint will be the first lucky carrier to launch the Samsung Galaxy S2, and is also expected to bring in the next several weeks a new series of mobile phones running under Google’s Android operating system.
According to the carrier plan, Sprint is preparing to launch in its store the high-end Galaxy S II smartphone on September 9th, but with the name of Epic Touch 4G, as the successor of last year’s Epic 4G smartphone.
Also, the Sprint’s Galaxy S2 will arrive with the Mobile IP application. This innovative app was specially designed to offer deaf, hard of hearing, and speech disabled individuals the possibility to place calls just by using text on Android devices. The Mobile IP Relay app from Sprint is available in the Android Market, along with the lists of phones that support the relay calls and here’s the eagerly-awaited along with the HTC EVO 4G, the Kyocera Echo and the HTC EVO 3D .
Samsung has announced a few plans to unveil more about the Galaxy S2 for the US market as soon as August 29th. Speaking about other carriers that plan to release the Galaxy S2, there’s a leak that suggest a T-Mobile launch on October 26th as Samsung Hercules.