As you may or may not know, there are two major variants of the Galaxy S II: the i9100 and i9103. The difference? Well until now we didn’t know, that’s where Samsung Hub come in with their confirmation. The latter is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU and uses Super LCD display, whereas the i9100 uses Samsung’s own Exynos CPU and Super AMOLED + display technology. For tech savvy individuals, like you guys & girls, there is a bit of a difference; Super AMOLED + is far better than that of Super LCD and Samsung’s Exynos dual-core CPU is also kicking goals. The average consumer on the other hand, won’t be too fussed at what variant of Galaxy S II is being put into their hands.
Now that we have confirmation that the Galaxy S II is coming to Australia sometime around June, it’ll be interesting to see what variant will be sold here. We kind of hope it’s the i9100, but even if it’s not I’m still going to buy mine outright. How about you guys?