Remember that mysterious Samsung slider for AT&T that leaked yesterday? It's back again today, but this time we've been treated to photos of the handset up and running and in the flesh plastic. The photos, sent over to the folks at BGR, show that this handset carries the model number SGH-i927 and is running Android 2.3.4. According to BGR, the i927 is a Galaxy S II variant that's AT&T-bound. Whether or not that means that this device will be coming to market next month like J.K. Shin said the U.S. Galaxy S IIs would remains to be seen.
So what kind of specs can we expect this thing to pack? Well, those details are still up in the air, although it wouldn't be a shock to see it arrive with features similar to those found on the original Galaxy S II. Now that we've gotten another peek at what could be AT&T's Galaxy S II Attain in the wild, what do you all think? Has your opinion of the handset changed since its render leaked yesterday?
UPDATE: Not feeling the keyboard? Then the device you see immediately below may be more up your alley. What you're looking at is said to be a Galaxy S II device running on AT&T, sans keyboard. Details are light, but the prototype is said to be running Android 2.3.4 on a WVGA display. Perhaps AT&T is planning to launch multiple versions of the Galaxy S II, one with a keyboard and one without?
Galaxy S II w/ no keyboard