The Samsung Galaxy S II Now in HD!

The Galaxy S II, now in HD! Samsung is currently on the war path against their competition and improving upon their current flagship is the way of the Samurai. The original Galaxy S line up came into this world with a push of the gods, and shortly became one of the most popular Android handsets in the world. With the Galaxy S II currently blazing a trail we have seen many variations of the model. Take the Skyrocket, Note and now the GS II HD for examples. So what is in a name? Well, if the proof is in the pudding, then improvements to the top of the line are in HD.

The Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD was announced at CES this year as the next best thing to hit the shores of At&t. After a bit of gun jumping it seems that a Galaxy S II HD branded variation of the model may be hitting the UK sometime soon. While the model is all but confirmed a UK based retailer MobiCity did what many retailers do when the excitement is too much. The company posted the Galaxy S II HD on their website as a coming soon device. The splash page goes on to gloat with terns like “Now In HD” and a “higher resolution screen and more battery power”. Take, my money now! While the particular details surrounding the specs on this new model are slim to none, it is being safely assumed that the GSII HD will sport similar, if not identical specs to the recently announced GS II LTE HD that was made official in the Korean market place September of last year. If this is the case we may expect a 4.65 inch HD SuperAMOLED touch screen that will provide a 1280×720 resolution. Internally a 1.5 GHz dual core processor resides, alongside 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory and an 8 mega pixel camera. This new super phone will also rock a rather large 1850 mAh battery, and a TouchWiz skinned version of Android 2.3. Currently it seems that the Australian counterpart to Mobicity is now stocking the device now and it will run about AU $749, which loosely translates to around $780 freedom bucks.

So…a Galaxy S II in your radar? To me this all sounds like what all variants of the Galaxy S II should have shipped out 0f the gate. What’s your take? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think. But before you go, remember we carry the largest most affordable selection of Samsung accessories known to man.