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Posted May 5, 2011
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Samsung Infuse and not Galaxy S2?

Why would AT&T just now release the Infuse 4G which is a whopping 1.2 ghz SLOWER, than the Galaxy S2 which also just now came out from Samsung?

 

 

Why would AT&T just now release the Infuse 4G which is a whopping 1.2 ghz SLOWER, than the Galaxy S2 which also just now came out from Samsung?

 

 

Samsung Infuse and not Galaxy S2?

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May 5, 2011 5:55:44 PM
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EXACTLY!  For a phone that's already being sold in Europe, has a better processor, better version of TouchWiz, better version of android, nfc (in some cases) and a couple other plusses, AT&T seems to be SERIOUSLY gimping their android offerings.

 

Its like the Infuse.... almost identical phone to the EVO... only no FF Camera, and smaller battery... oh.. and a YEAR LATER!

 

AT&T what gives??? 

EXACTLY!  For a phone that's already being sold in Europe, has a better processor, better version of TouchWiz, better version of android, nfc (in some cases) and a couple other plusses, AT&T seems to be SERIOUSLY gimping their android offerings.

 

Its like the Infuse.... almost identical phone to the EVO... only no FF Camera, and smaller battery... oh.. and a YEAR LATER!

 

AT&T what gives??? 

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Edited by foxbat121 on May 5, 2011 at 6:01:34 PM

It probably costs less for AT&T. Besides, Android OS currently has no use for the extra core. So it will be as fast as the dual core Galaxy S2 as far as CPU goes. Dual core phones are purely a bragging right right now until Google figures out how to migrate HoneyComb Dual-core support down to Android OS.

It probably costs less for AT&T. Besides, Android OS currently has no use for the extra core. So it will be as fast as the dual core Galaxy S2 as far as CPU goes. Dual core phones are purely a bragging right right now until Google figures out how to migrate HoneyComb Dual-core support down to Android OS.

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