We all know that the Samsung Galaxy S II had been a good seller in the smartphone market. The newly released Samsung Galaxy S III also has been a popular hot choice for all smartphone buyers. In such good situation, there’re reports that Samsung Galaxy S II Plus is available at $734.34 USD with quite wonderful features.
The reports about Samsung Galaxy S II Plus had been started from this February. At that time, none had any idea on the specs of this new smartphone. The Galaxy S II Plus was firstly spotted on the An3DBenchXL benchmark site back in February, carrying a dual-core 1.5GHz Exynos processor, which is a slight bump from the dual-core 1.2GHz Exynos processor found on the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S II as well as on the Sprint and AT&T variant of the phone. The T-Mobile branded model of the Samsung Galaxy S II had a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor under the hood. And now, there’s new confirmed information about the availability of the Plus version of Galaxy S II from Chilean carrier VTR, showed in the following picture:
According to Chilean carrier VTR, the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus will have a 4.52 inch screen (which represents a slight increase from the international and AT&T Galaxy S II models and is the same size as the Sprint and T-Mobile versions), 1 GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and an 8MP camera on back. While the benchmark tests earlier this year had the device flexing its muscles with Gingerbread abroad, the latest speculation has Android 4.0 being installed instead.
Maybe you would like to ask why Samsung would go ahead with the Galaxy S II Plus when the Samsung Galaxy S III, with clearly much more advanced specs, is selling like hotcakes. This might be solved only by Samsung, or the carrier VTR.