Samsung Galaxy S II Plus recently announced officially by the Korean giant, however, the pricing and availability was a mystery at that time. But now the Galaxy S II Plus officially launched in Taiwan with the suggested retail price of 13,900 TWD (Rs.25.4K approx.). According to VR Zone, the Cobblestone Blue version of the Galaxy S II Plus is going to be available in the present month, while the Marble White version will reach the market in the month of February.
The all new Galaxy S II Plus is an upgraded version of Samsung’s 2011 Android flagship, the Galaxy S II, with the identical 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with WVGA (800 x 480) resolution. The Galaxy S II Plus runs on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system with the latest Samsung’s own Nature UX user interface on the top of it. The upgraded smartphone is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 processor along with a Broadcomm GPU and 1GB of RAM.
Even being an upgraded version of the Galaxy S II, the Galaxy S II Plus has 8GB of internal storage, half than the 16GB available on the Galaxy S II. Of course, there is an option to expand the storage using a microSD card with up to 64GB storage. The Galaxy S II Plus feature an 8MP camera on the rear along with an LED flash, the camera is also capable of full-HD video recording. There is a 2MP camera also present on the front of the smartphone.
As Taiwan being the first region to have the Galaxy S II Plus, we hope that the company will soon launch the smartphone in several other regions as well. Indian market is also expected to have the Galaxy S II Plus in the anytime during the coming months, however, the schedule and pricing is yet to be announced officially. Stay tuned for more information.