It’s already common knowledge that Samsung will sell the Galaxy S II smartphone with two CPU versions. One will be the Exynos unit and the other will focus on the Tegra 2. The latter has just received certification, courtesy of Bluetotoh SIG and WiFi Alliance.


While the Exynos version (I9100) is already out in some countries, this one, the GT-I9103 is only now ready for release. We expect the specifications to be the same, without modifications and the handset should include Bluetooth 3.0 and dual band WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, as shown by certifications. The display could be a Super Clear LCD, according to some sources and not a Super AMOLED Plus.

Will this version be priced lower than its alter ego?

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