Samsung decided that there is no time better than now than to roll out their Galaxy S II smartphone – particularly the LTE-powered version, of course. Unveiled at Korea earlier this week, this upgraded version of the Galaxy S II will sport LTE connectivity – but that is no the only change, of course. We also have a more generous 4.5″ display in addition to a speedier 1.5GHz Exynos dual-core processor to make sure the Galaxy S II LTE does not lose its cutting edge.
How about throwing in NFC wireless capability to the mix, no to mention a larger 1,850mAh battery that will certainly bring it further in terms of performance compared to the 1,650mAh in its predecessor? Of course, the added battery capacity might actually result in a similar number of operational hours because of the added firepower and juice.
As for the Galaxy Tab 8.9, the LTE capable version will also come with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, alongside Android 3.2 Honeycomb right out of the box. There is no word on pricing or availability just yet, but it seems as though the LTE-enabled Galaxy S II will ship to the US this coming September.
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