Exynos chip out, Broadcom is in for the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus and Grand Duos
0. phoneArena posted on 14 Jan 2013, 02:00
The S II Plus is actually utilizing Broadcom processor inside, not an Exynos chip, and Broadcom is even using it as a reference device for its mobile CPU. The BCM28155 SoC is a dual-core 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 fabrication with a homebrew VideoCore IV GPU, and the typical for A9s of yesteryear 40 or 45nm production method...
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3. thelegend6657 posted on 14 Jan 2013, 02:31 5 1
Why is there so many variants of the Galaxy s2 all using different chip set ?
Galaxy s2 i9100 : the original galaxy s2 , the one that ruled all benchmarks .
Galaxy s2 i9100G : this variant is found in most parts of Asia , the original is only sold for a while before it was replaced by this , Samsung claims its because the original has heat issues , bulls**t , its just cheaper to produce . This version packs a TI Omap 4430 . Its the phone I am using now . BTW , my friend's original s2 feels faster and more solid .
T-Mobile Galaxy s2 : the variant I like the most , with a large 4.5 inch screen and a 1.5ghz snapdragon CPU
Galaxy R : one of the cheaper varient of the S2 , looks the same only the CPU is nvidea Tegra 3 and the screen is SLCD
Now galaxy S2+ ?
5. TylerGrunter posted on 14 Jan 2013, 03:05 6 0
Correction: the Galaxy R uses the Tegra 2, not the Tegra3
8. Atrixboyyy posted on 14 Jan 2013, 11:12 0 1
What is the sprint version made off my girlfriend has it and it feels like the cheapest phone I've ever held
9. thelegend6657 posted on 14 Jan 2013, 21:28 0 0
Sprint version has same screen with the t mobile version but the CPU of the original
10. Atrixboyyy posted on 15 Jan 2013, 09:47 0 0
How'd I get thumbed down lol either way it feels cheap
11. thelegend6657 posted on 15 Jan 2013, 09:52 1 0
Don't you know that this site is filled with Samsung fanboy trolls?
4. yousef8824 posted on 14 Jan 2013, 02:54 0 0
the samsung galaxy y gt-s5360 and duos 6102 have a broadcom cpu