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Samsung unintentionally tattled the processor info for T-Mobile's Galaxy S II model.
It seems that Samsung’s Twitter account, @GalaxySsupport, accidentally revealed the type of processor that will be included on T-Mobile’s upcoming variant of Galaxy S II.
Twitter user, Julian Medeiros, pinged the Samsung Galaxy S account to ask about the handset’s possible processor. He then found out that the manufacturer is targeting for a dual-core option. Unfortunately, @MedeirosMusic was not satisfied with the answer, forcing Samsung’s account to reveal the official processor info. He got the answer: “The Samsung Galaxy S2 comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm APQ8060 processor.”
Anyway, this unintentional revelation would not be considered as a “confirmation” from Samsung, since they haven’t publicized any official reports with regards to this matter. The 1.5GHz Qualcomm APQ8060 processor has been speculated as the possible replacement for T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II’s Exynos chipset.View Article Source »
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