Galaxy S II’s unveiling at the Mobile World Congress confirmed that Samsung’s latest Android device will sport their in-house Exynos 4210 or Orion dual-core applications processor. However, a test upload on GLBenchmark’s database reveals a new Samsung device is under development running Tegra 2.
The phone goes by the model number GT-I9103, which in all likeliness could be an alternative of Galaxy S II with Tegra. This could be the reason why Samsung has listed Galaxy S II AP on the specification page as “May not be available in some regions.”
So which one will you prefer? Galaxy S II with Exynos 4210 or Nvidia Tegra 2?
[Via Samsung Hub]