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Another Samsung Galaxy S II ad released, talks up its dual-core CPU and HSPA+ support

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Another Samsung Galaxy S II ad released, talks up its dual-core CPU and HSPA+ support
We don't know about you, but it seems to us that Samsung wants every single person on the planet, including your granny, who (presumably) is not particularly tech savvy - to know that its new heavyweight - the Samsung Galaxy S II - is awesome any way you look at it.

This particular ad is talking up the dual-core Exynos processor, which, as you surely know, is clocked at 1.2GHz, as well as the HSPA+ 21Mbps support you get with this handset.

It's obvious that Sammy is putting a lot of faith (and resources) in this handset, which seems justified to us - truth be told, our initial impressions (we are currently reviewing this beauty) are that the Samsung Galaxy S II may live up to the hype, as it genuinely seems like one heck of a phone.

via: Samsung Hub



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posted on 02 May 2011, 09:24 1

1. sniperace (Posts: 95; Member since: 20 Aug 2009)


This is by far my # top pick for my next phone. I just hope when it comes out for Sprint they leave the keyboard out this time ....crossing my fingers Big time!!

posted on 02 May 2011, 09:35

2. Plethora (unregistered)


While I really want this phone, I'm very confused just what Sammy & AT&T are doing. They have announced the Samsung Infuse as "coming soon" but absolutely no ads, no release date for it (in USA). However, the S2 (admittedly much more desirable) has no release date (in fact AT&T has even acknowledged it) & yet Sammy is heavily marketing it. Just recently the Infuse showed up on a confirmed walmart ad but AT&T still hasn't given a release date. odd.

posted on 02 May 2011, 10:11

3. Plethora (unregistered)


meant to write: ".... (in fact AT&T has NOT even acknowledged it) ...."

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