Samsung Galaxy SII Gets Upgrade to 1.2Ghz Dual Core but Delayed until May.
So Samsung’s answer to the Moto Atrix, Xperia Arc, and upcoming HTC Sensation was the Galaxy SII, the successor to the ever popular Galaxy S smartphone of 2010. It included a 4.3inch screen, 8.1mp camera and a cracking dual core 1Ghz Exynos processor, the next generation of Hummingbird/Apple A4. Samsung releasing the specs of its rivals wanted to do one over them all by having the equally most powerful processor combined with one of the thinnest designs, so as a result has had to delay the Smartphone to overclock its ARM A9 Core to 1.2GHz, according to most UK retailers at the moment has been delayed to May 6th at the earliest.
Congratulations Samsung for ruining your early entry strategy, being one of the first of this generation to launch, and therefore diminishing you chances of success. The reputation of teh slow software updates for Galaxy S has finally caught up with your hardware manufacturing side.