It was confirmed at the start of August, but only now can you get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy S II in white a day ahead of launch date, which is actually today.Hoping to follow in the successful footsteps of the white iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy S II in white is exactly the same Android smartphone, but with a new lick of paint. That new colour will be enough to make you stand out from the crowd though and might be enough to tip you over the edge if you were considering buying one anyway. You should consider it too, the phone got a five star review off us.Commenting on its arrival, Simon Stanford, MD of mobile at Samsung UK and Ireland said: 'Sales of the Galaxy S II have surpassed all expectations since its release in May this year. The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S II white brings to market an incredibly stylish addition to our latest multi-award winning handset. The Galaxy S II is our slimmest, lightest, fastest and now whitest smartphone, the first device to offer Super AMOLED Plus screen technology, alongside the most advanced technical specifications including the latest Android OS and a dual-core processor.'As the man says above, it is indeed a slimline smartphone, with that 4.27-inch 800x480 Super AMOLED Plus display, along with Android 2.3 for the OS, an eight-megapixel camera, two-megapixel front-facing camera for video calling and a dual-core 1GHz Samsung chip with 1GB of RAM.Three is the only confirmed network so far, selling the handset for £499 if you want it on a pay-as-you-go deal or from around £30 if you want a monthly deal. Give them a call to confirm they have it though, might save yourself some petrol money or bus fare. If you don't fancy Three, other networks should come forward in the coming days and weeks.