Our friends over at TmoNews have just released a couple of great comparison sheets showing the major and also minor differences between both the AT&T and T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy SII editions. We already knew that T-Mo’s Galaxy SII was rocking a 1.5GHz dual-core snapdragon processor, due to the fact that Samsung’s Exynos processor could not handle the 42+Mbps network speeds that T-Mobile boasts.
Other easily spotted differences are screen size and overall look of the device. T-Mobile has a sleek curved look to it, while AT&T has the conventional more-squared aspect that most Galaxy SII devices are known for. T-Mo’s GSII allows users to watch movies and play games on a 4.52″ Super AMOLED Plus screen, while AT&T’s uses a slightly smaller 4.3″ Super AMOLED Plus.
To see all the slight nuances between the two devices, here are the 3 fact sheets courtesy of TmoNews: