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The T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S II differs from the AT&T version in shape and screen size. The corners are more rounded, and the display measures 4.52 inches.
Disappointingly, the T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy S II was under glass this evening. We weren't able to go "hands-on" per se, but we got a close-up look at it.
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From what we can tell, it is almost 100% identical to the ATT version of the S II. Same basic feature set, same buttons, same overall feel and performance.
For whatever reason, T-Mobile wasn't ready to show off the hardware and software tonight. Several Samsung staffers intimated that the reason the T-Mobile variant wasn't available to touch was because it runs a different processor (Nvidia Tegra2) than the others, but this is unconfirmed.
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