Sprint Samsung Galaxy Within. Verizon Samsung Galaxy Function. AT&T Samsung Galaxy Attain. What do these three future devices have in common? According to a silicone case accessory listing, posted in the screenshot above, they’re supposedly the US variants of the highly talked about Samsung Galaxy S II. These names match-up nicely with previously outed generic trademark filings. Notably absent is T-Mobile, although that doesn’t meant the Magenta carrier won’t eventually get a GSII flavor of its own. Perhaps the labeled three will serve up the same form factor, while T-Mobile will offer something with, say, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard?
Aside from the leaked names and case design, there isn’t much else to go on. The Galaxy S II, as you know, is a highly sought after Android smartphone due to its powerful 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 4.3″ Super AMOLED Plus display. We’ll surely keep you posted if we hear more about the US-bound variants of the GS2.