As one of AT&T's only LTE-enabled smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket has a chance to become one of the best selling high speed devices in the U.S. That's in part due to the fact the other two LTE smartphones from AT&T are a half-step below the Skyrocket's features. Additionally, the iPhone 4S, while certainly available from AT&T, is not an LTE capable phone.

Verizon, the U.S.'s other large carrier with an LTE network, also has several LTE devices, but only two of them have generated any iPhone-like buzz about them and are poised to sell in the millions. So the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket is in a good position to sell like crazy, but there are two factors that count against it actually happening. First, AT&T is now the most hated network in the U.S. for the second year in a row. People may simply not be paying attention to what new devices they have, especially new customers. Furthermore, the AT&T LTE network is still very small. The high speed network is now available in only 15 U.S. cities, not including New York City or Los Angeles, two of the largest cities in the country. Start the slide show to see 10 things you should know about the Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. Tell us in the comments if you are an AT&T customer and what you think of them.

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