We are all well-versed in the specs and key features of the international version of the Samsung Galaxy SII (S2) I9100. It comes loaded with the Exynos based processor clocked at 1.2 Ghz processor Mali-400 GPU, features 1GB of on-board RAM. Internal memory is 16GB I guess in most of the released phones. While the screen size sits at impressive 4.3-inch with AMOLED display technology for extra sharp visuals that we all know and love. And of-course while being criticized by many reviewers having plastic feel it does provide a much lighter shell as compared to the Apple iPhone 4 and 4S.
If you are wondering that how these specs compare to the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy SII (S2) (Skyrocket) that has been available now for some time? Actually, there are a number of differences from the international version. For starters, AT&T Galaxy SII comes loaded with a dual-core snapdragon processor clocked at 1.5 GHz instead of Exynos processor clocked at 1.2 GHz. Screen is also slightly larger tipping the scale at 4.5-inch as compared to already large 4.3-inch on the international version. And last but not least AT&T SGS2 comes powered with 4G LET modem that allows Skyrocket (AT&T SGS2) to take advantage of the high-speed AT&T LTE data network.
You might also be interested to have a look at the Samsung Galaxy S II section on our website where we have covered a large collection of tweaks, tips&tricks and rooting and custom ROM installation guides for the Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII).
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