Samsung Galaxy S II with Nvidia Tegra 2 Passes through FCC

By on July 6, 2011
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Model GT-I9103 added to line-up.

In what seems like Samsung’s latest bid to take over the smartphone market by storm Samsung has gotten a Tegra 2 equipped version of their Flagship Galaxy S 2 device passed through the FCC.
The Phone was initially supposed to sport the Tegra 2 anyway but Samsung (After reviews found their own Exynos chip to be more favourable) may be releasing the Tegra version as insane demand calls for numbers the Exynos phone may not be able to meet Phandroid reports.
The advantage is that Tegra 2 users will be able to take full advantage of the Tegra Zone market.
This latest bit comes just off the news that Samsung was prepping the device for a launch sporting the Windows Phone OS as well.


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