Our fact checkers have unearthed proof of the names associated with the Samsung Galaxy S 2 series in the U.S. Trademark database. The names are the Attain, Within and Function.
There are listings for the Samsung Galaxy S II Attain, Within and Function as trademarked by Samsung. The world market has bought many Samsung Galaxy S II smartphones, making the model a best seller, and we expect America will do the same when the Attain, Within and Function come to AT&T, Sprint and Verizon.
Yesterday, a Samsung smartphone that could be the Samsung Galaxy S2 Samsung Attain with HSPA (4G) was being approved by the FCC, suggesting a July or August release data.
Reviewers of Samsung Galaxy S II are calling it the iPhone rival and giving it Editor's Choice Awards. In other countries, the model is outselling the iPhone.
The Samsung Galaxy S II series featuress a 4.3" Super AMOLED touchscreen, which is very vivid, and a dual-core processor. Specs include a 1GB RAM on board, 16GB/32G MicroSD (up to 32GB), A-GPS, DLNA AllShare, better battery life, voice commands, NFC, an 8MP camera/camcorder (1080 HD), and special Samsung TouchWhiz UI features.
Also in the Trademark database are the terms Samsung Choice, Samsung Fit and Samsung Mini. The Samsung Choice is not a choice of smartphones but a software program.
The Samsung Fit has been announced and is an economical model "cheap" smartphone with a 5MP camera, smart hubs, Wi-Fi, and 600mHz processor.
The Galaxy Mini is a small 3.14" touchscreen smartphone with Android, a 3MP camera, and 600mHz processor. The support page says it's for "smartphone rookies."
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