Samsung's most anticipated Android-powered smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S2, will be available next month. Verizon, however, will not be carrying it.

AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are all set to bring the device in the coming weeks. Samsung's goal now will be to rival the upcoming iPhone 5 in the U.S., and will expect to achieve high sales number by introducing it to multiple carriers.

The Sprint version of the smartphone will be called the Epic 4G Touch. The AT&T version will come with a 4.3-inch display while both T-Mobile and Sprint will have a 4.52-inch phone. The batteries may also slightly vary in size.

However, all versions will be 4G enabled and have a 1.2 GHz Exynos CPU, 16 GB of built-in storage capacity, and will run on the latest version of Android's smartphone OS, version 2.3 or Gingerbread juice.

Additional report stated that the Sprint version will be running on the Wimax Standard, and both T-Mobile and AT&T will be using HSPA+.

Sprint has confirmed that they will make the device availabale at $200 and has a release date of September 16. The other two, however, have not yet firmed up details, according to a TG Daily report.