Of course AT&T isn’t the only U.S. cellular provider offering the Galaxy S II. Both T-Mobile and Sprint both have their own versions. And the European market had it even before that, so this is just Blue’s turn at the plate.
So how does this version of the GSII stack up? Do the thin form factor, stunning 4.3-inch super Amoled+ display and super-fast dual-core 1.2 GHz processor live up to the hype? I go in-depth with the Gingerbread-packing device — including call quality, browsing experience, Quadrant scores, form factor overview and more. So take a look at the full review, then weigh in with your own opinion down below.