Samsung’s latest and greatest* Android smartphone, the Galaxy S II I9100, will not be powered just by Samsung’s own Exynos / Orion processor.
It’s not clear where and when Tegra 2-based Galaxy S II units will be launched. Anyway, I don’t think end users will feel any difference between it and the model that uses Samsung’s processor.
Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the Galaxy S II is expected to hit the shelves in Europe starting this month, for prices higher than 500 Euros.
* well, the design ain’t that great. It’s boring and too iPhone-ish.
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