Samsung may be planning to unveil its U.S. Galaxy S II variants at an event next week — which we'll be live at — but that doesn't mean we have to wait until then to get a peek at the three devices. The folks at Pocketnow have managed to wrangle the image you see above, showing off the AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile versions of the Galaxy S II.
The Sprint model looks like just the device shown at the end of Samsung's recent GSII teaser and, as has been pointed out, the clock widget on the phone's home screen shows September 9th and the weather widget is set for Kansas City, near Sprint's headquarters in Overland Park. Looks like that launch rumor we heard may have been dead-on.
Finally, we've got AT&T's version of the Galaxy S II, which gives off a bit of an Infuse 4G vibe if you ask me. Of course, that's not much of a shock since both devices are made by Samsung for AT&T.
So there you have it! It's worth mentioning again that Verizon has confirmed that it won't be launching a Galaxy S II of its own, although the rumor mill claims that Big Red is planning to launch a device with specs that are nearly identical to those found on the GSII. As for you AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile customers, how many of you are going to pick up the Galaxy S II on your respective carrier now that we know what they all look like?