Samsung has announced that the launch of the Galaxy S 2 has been delayed, so Android users around the world will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on the device. Samsung Mobile India announced the delay on Twitter and gave a new launch target of June at the earliest:
"Due to delay in the global launch of SGS2 the device won't be launched before June. And, its not just India but its delayed all over."
In addition, the company announced on its Estonian Facebook page that the phone's processor would be receiving a speed bump from 1.0 GHz up to 1.2 GHz. Increasing the clock speed uses more power, so hopefully Samsung found a way to ensure the device's battery will last through the day. India, Estonia, now how about some U.S. love, Sammy? [Samsung Mobile India Twitter, Samsung Estonia Facebook via SamsungHub]