When the Samsung Galaxy S 2 gets released later this year, not all of them will feature the same processor. According to some rumors online, Samsung is facing a supply shortage of their dual-core Exynos processor that was meant to power the Galaxy S 2 Android phone. But because they don’t have enough to power the entire Galaxy S 2 line, they will be using NVIDIA’s dual-core Tegra 2 processor in some of the Galaxy S 2 phones. While the percentage of phones that won’t be carrying the Exynos processors weren’t mentioned, it has been rumored that the processor split will depend on the regions that the phones go to. Hopefully these last minute changes (if true) don’t cause any problems with the Galaxy S 2 phones, even though the Tegra 2 processor is a powerful chip, the phones were designed with the Exynos processor in mind. Stay tuned for more updates on the situation.
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