Samsung was obviously not happy with the stock 1GHz speeds of the Galaxy S II and have now delayed the phone until May or June. This delay will allow them to ramp speeds up by 20-percent bringing the Coretex-A9-based chip to 1.2GHz.
This is one of the first times I've ever seen speeds of a processor in a mobile device upgraded before release, the delay may be worth it!
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