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tarita | 11:07 - 29 April 2012
Galaxy S II mini is still due. Perhaps, the launch of the device has been cancelled and has been compensated with Galaxy S III
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dk206 | 01:07 - 23 April 2011
Galaxy S II's Exynos CPU kills everything on here.
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emmarbee | 00:50 - 23 April 2011
Galaxy SII doesn't have PowerVR GPU. It has ARM Mali 400MP.
http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4087620/Imagination-unfazed-by-Samsung-s-Mali-move
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pratfall | 16:07 - 22 April 2011
Cheers to what dong3 says, and I'd add that even though CyanogenMod 7 is based on Gingerbread, Moto users are left out in the cold because Motorola locks the bootloaders on their current-gen phones, including the Milestone/Droid line and the Atrix. Hackers and power users, stay away! I'll certainly never make the mistake of getting another Moto phone.
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dong3 | 12:57 - 22 April 2011
Motorola Atrix.. "Disappointingly, it only comes with Android 2.2 (Froyo) but a Gingerbread update is apparently not too far off."

And with Motorola's track record of releasing updates, updates to their own schedule, and updates that do not mess their phones up.. anyone hoping to keep their phone updated in a timely manner should probably visit the Motorola support forums and read how owners of the Milestone feel terribly let down by Motorola's support of what was their premium Android device.
 
 
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