4G Samsung Galaxy S II X

And here we thought Sprint's naming of its Galaxy S II (Epic 4G Touch) was bad, TELUS has now put up its "coming soon" page for the device formerly known as the Samsung Hercules. Get this -- the 4G Samsung Galaxy S II X-- will be its go-to-market name for their variation of the Samsung Galaxy S II and it will bring along with it a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, although TELUS hasn't mention which processor it's using. No pricing details have been made available as of yet but, we're that those will either leak or be along shortly.

Source: TELUS Thanks, Shaner!

 
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rocket321 says:

1.5 GHz dual-core is most likely going to be the Qualcomm that T-Mobile is using.

For anyone not in the loop; this processor, although clocked 200MHz higher (than the Enxynos being used in the other GSII's) will end up being significantly slower in 3d applications. Vote with your wallets, move to a carrier selling the phone as it was meant to be sold.

Famboiz says:

Its clocked at 300MHz higher. The Exynos is clocked at 1.2GHz.