Samsung's Galaxy S II seems set to become the most popular Android-powered mobile phone on the market for the ongoing year, but its lack of presence on the United States market at the moment might not help it at all.
However, it seems that it should not be too long before wireless carriers in the US add it to their offerings as well, although nothing was officially announced on the matter for the time being.
Sprint is one of the operators that will make the handset available on its airwaves soon, and a leaked photo with the same phone, supposedly called Within, is already available for your viewing pleasure.
What the said image brings forth is the phone's back cover, where Samsung's logo can be clearly seen next to Sprint's.
The 8-megapixel photo snapper that can be seen in the image and the texture also come as a confirmation of the fact that we are indeed looking at the Galaxy S II and not another smartphone out there.
The smartphone was rumored to be on its way to the market on Sprint's airwaves as the Galaxy Within, but nothing was confirmed on the matter for the time being.
Apparently, Galaxy S II might be set to land on the market in the US in a matter of days or weeks, and should run under Google's Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread OS flavor right from the start.
Previously, other wireless carriers in the United States were also rumored to be adding the smartphone to their offerings, but not official confirmation on that emerged either.
Galaxy S, the predecessor of this year's flagship Android-based handset, was launched in the United States via all major carriers in the country, and landed at regional operators as well.
Hopefully, Samsung will announce more on the matter in the near future, so stay tuned to learn additional details on this.
Photo of Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S II Emerges