Verizon Wireless won’t Carry Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung will unveil its Galaxy SII smartphone in United State. This is considered a great opportunity for Samsung to take over some Apple’s market share. But Verizon Wireless doesn’t want to launch another Samsung smartphone so close to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Droid Charge.

On 29, August, Samsung will hold a release event at the Manhattan to announce the release of GalaxySII on September. Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T are all expected to carry the Galaxy S II. However, Verizon Wireless will absent on this meeting.

Brenda Raney, the spokesman of VerizonWireless, said that “We have different devices choice for consumers. Samsung Galaxy Droid Charger is also included.”

IDC’s data has show that Samsung have been the second smartphone manufacture which exceed Nokia and BlackBerry in Q2. Ramon Lamas, a researcher from IDC, thinks that “Galaxy S II is a high-end smartphone with good quality. The Galaxy S II is largely seen as Samsung’s most credible iPhone competitor. Samsung’s high-end products have bring big profit to Samsung. Galaxy S II is a important product for Samsung.”

Galaxy S II will deploy Android OS. It have been released partially in Asia, European and Australia. At July, Samsung once said their got a 5,000,000 sales record during the first 85 days after released.

The Galaxy S II has a dual-core processor, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen, a front-facing camera and an 8 MP rear-facing camera. It also has NFC support, 1GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a Micro SD card slot.