The Samsung Galaxy S II has been an international hit, with various iterations available around the world. Samsung isn’t stopping now, and the Galaxy S II V2 has been spotted in Germany. The only “improvement” is the inclusion of a 1.2GHz TI OMAP processor instead of Samsung’s very own Exynos, and it does cost €10 more than the original variant. The final price comes out to €469.90, but we’re not sure why anyone would pick an OMAP processor over the phenomenal Exynos.
Would you buy the Galaxy S II V2? Why do you think Samsung is adding this option to their lineup? Let us know in the comments!