Samsung's second-generation Galaxy smartphone, the Galaxy S II AT&T, was unveiled October 2011 for $199. It touted a larger 4.3-inch screen size than its predecessor the Galaxy S, along with a slightly faster processor. Since its launch, the Galaxy S II AT&T has been updated to run Android "Ice Cream Sandwich" 4.0.
The Galaxy S II AT&T, like the Galaxy S 4G, sports a general hardware design that is strikingly similar to the iPhone's, the jury ruled. Its user icons, however, were off the hook.