AT&T Galaxy S2 bargain $10 deal but hurry

We have news today of a very special price deal on the Samsung Galaxy S2 (S II) smartphone from AT&T. Ahead of the Galaxy S3 launch the carrier is slashing its price of the S2 to less than $10 but if you want to take advantage of this deal you’ll need to hurry as the deal only lasts through tomorrow (until close of business Sunday June 17).

Of course with Father’s Day tomorrow this could be a great gift, especially if your Dad is not too worried about having the very latest top-end specs, although when the Galaxy S2 was released last year we would have been amazed to hear that we’d be able to purchase it within a year at this knockdown price. This deal comes hot on the heels of Sprint reducing its own variant of the Galaxy S2, the Epic 4G Touch, to $99 and we thought that was a pretty good deal. However that deal is only available once the Galaxy S3 goes on sale on June 21 while the AT&T offer is only available for the next couple of days, before the arrival of its Galaxy S3.

News of the Galaxy S2 bargain price came to us from Phone Arena who quote the AT&T price until June 17 as $9.99 with the usual two-year contract. We should remind readers that although the Galaxy S3 is the new flagship device the specs and features of the Galaxy S2 are nothing to sniff at and still a lot better than some other newer smartphones. For example the S2 has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage (expandable with microSD), 8-megapixel rear camera with 1080p video capture and a 2-megapixel front-facing shooter. It runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread but the 4.0 ICS update is almost ready to roll.

You can check out that bargain price and more about the Galaxy S2 at the AT&T product page here. We’d like to know if you’ll be taking advantage of this very special price cut. Will you be purchasing the Galaxy S2 on AT&T for less than $10? Send your comments to let us know what you think of this deal.

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