Samsung Plans to Bring Mobile Gamers Upgraded Galaxy S II
Jun 29, 2011
Samsung Galaxy S II
A shocking rumor is just in – Samsung is planning to introduce an upgraded version of Galaxy S II sometime around September this year.
The renovated version of Samsung flagship smartphone is rumored to feature a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor. The change may come in a NFC-capable edition of the Galaxy S II or a new smartphone, made from scratch. In any case fans of mobile casino games are quite excited by the news, as the added power of the mobile device is set to boost mobile gaming experience.
Samsung has previously boosted the Galaxy S II CPU speed, just before its release. Now rumors speculate about another upgrade of its Exynos SoC, yet the GPU (Mali-400MP) and the 1GB of RAM are to remain unchanged. Fans of Android casinos are bound to welcome the news cheerfully as the increased speed will allow mobile games to run faster.
Rumors suggest the reason Samsung is updating the Galaxy S II is to make it more competitive with the upcoming iPhone 5. All previous information suggests iPhone 5 is going to be announced in September as well, that’s why updated Galaxy S II is also scheduled for that month.
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