Samsung Galaxy SII Gets 3 Million Unit Requests from Carriers Globally

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    The Samsung Galaxy SII is apparently going to be the hottest new Android phone globally very soon. Supposedly, multiple world-wide carriers have already requested almost 3 Million units so far. Samsung indicated that this is one of the highest pre-order numbers they have ever had from carriers. In fact, Samsung intends to sell 10 Million of the handset by the end of the year, and considering those pre-sale numbers, that is not out of the realm of possibility. Let's cross our fingers that one of those carriers is Verizon.

    Source: Android.net via PhoneArena
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    After reading a few reviews, this is certainly at the forefront for my phone upgrade come August.
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    Anybody know when this is coming to the US and whether it'll be available on Verizon?
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    samsung and vzw have a pretty good relationship.. there has to be some kind of variant.. i want this too...
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    This phone would be a downgrade for me. I'm not giving up 4g.