We already know that the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 doesn’t sport the same Exynos processor as the other Galaxy S2 phones, and now it looks like we’ve got one more variant of the Galaxy S2 to add to the mix. The folks over at GSMArena.com have reported that Samsung has quietly launched a new Samsung Galaxy S2 phone in Asia, which features the TI OMAP4430 processor instead.
This version of the Galaxy S2 carries the model number I9100G, and besides the 1.2GHz dual-core TI OMAP4430 processor, the rest of the specs are pretty much the same as the regular Galaxy S2. While this may not mean much to consumers, developers will have yet another chipset to keep in mind when writing apps for the Galaxy S2. I’d hate to be the Galaxy S2 owner who has to learn that a certain game is only supported on other variants or the S2 but not the one he/she owns.
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