Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T)

As the successor to the Samsung Captivate, the Galaxy S II offers a faster dual-core processor, a more vibrant display, and better cameras, among other things. The Gingerbread Android smartphone will be available from AT&T on October 2 for $199.99.
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TouchWiz 4.0

Running on top of Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread is TouchWiz 4.0. The latest version of Samsung's custom user interface includes enhancements that make the UI more useful and polished, like the ability to resize live widgets and more controls in the notifications area.
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Unlike the T-Mobile and Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, the AT&T model has a smaller 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display, which in turn makes for a more manageable device that's easier to hold and pocket.
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Thinnest 4G smartphone

It seems like we hear this every other week, but for now, the Samsung Galaxy S II is AT&T's thinnest 4G smartphone.
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Bottom view

The bottom of the device features a Micro-USB port.
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The Samsung Galaxy S II is equipped with a main 8-megapixel camera with flash and a front-facing 2-megapixel camera for video calls and self-portraits.
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Picture quality

Not only was the camera fast, it also delivered great pictures. Photos were bright and sharp and showed great detail.

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