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Saturday, January 22, 2011 | 5:00 AM | 0 Comments

Samsung Galaxy S with Orion Dual-core CPU and 1GB RAM

A South Korean site 'nocutnews' recent show information related to the successor of Samsung mobile phones Galaxy S. Well, Galaxy S2 (also unclear the exact name) will appear with dual-core processor support and 8MP camera, with the ability to record fullHD (1080p). To view the design is not something that is clearly visible. But, image Galaxy S2 never leaked, although the picture is not good. Well at least we'll be there a little picture of a design that will be presented later reformer S Galaxy. The operating system will be presented in the Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and rumored to be carrying the dual-core platform Orion SoC (system on chip). Later, will use the ARM Cortex A9 processors, each with 1 GHz core speed like NVidia Tegra 2. Until now has not been well known graphics chip that will be presented to the Galaxy Samsung S2. However, the Samsung promise to 5X better than the Hummingbird SoC platform, which is used today. So, at least the graphics are used PoverVR SGX543 classmates. Still on the same source, quoted by Samsung Galaxy S can record full HD video resolution (1080p) as Optimus 2x LG camera capabilities. Embedded RAM memory capacity of 1 GB. When you see the development of technology now, the Samsung S2 Galaxy should have pinned the Super-tech 4.3-inch screen AMOLED, the WVGA resolution. In fact, the thickness of the body reportedly measuring 9 mm only, which makes it as one of the thinnest mobile phone. Another feature that may be present in the Galaxy S2 is NFC (Near Field Communication), following the trend in mobile Nexus S and 'Personal Cloud Computing', which is believed not much different cloud computing services offered by competitors.

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