The Samsung Galaxy S II Plus first came into news almost a year back and a number of rumors followed it that was apparently discarded. However, Samsung is all ready to launch the phone in the year 2013. The device will be a reconstructed version of Galaxy S II and will be available as a mid-range phone. According to sources, the company delayed the phone as they wanted to launch the Samsung Galaxy S3 mini and the Galaxy premier phones first.
With the launch of Samsung Galaxy S II Plus it is believed that Samsung wants to adopt a practical approach like Apple wherein they offer their former high-end phones as mid-range ones. Moreover, they use the specifications of their older and larger devices into newer and smaller ones that save their resources and lessen their manufacturing problems. If this is to be believed then the Galaxy S II Plus may appear on the same lines as its predecessor.
One thing that we can be sure of as of now is Samsung Galaxy S II Plus will be available with Android version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system on board. It will powered by Samsung’s TouchWiz Nature UX interface. One can expect the screen size to be somewhere between 4 inches to 4.7 inches. The phone will only be available in one variant with 8 GB internal memory that indicates it will have a micro SD card slot for expansion. It will be available in two different colors i.e. Chic White and Dark Blue. There is no more information available about its specification and one will have to wait for the official announcement.
The phone is expected to release in the first quarter of 2013. There is no exact date available but it is expected that the information will be available in the coming weeks. As far as the price is concerned, the device is expected to cost something between the Galaxy S III mini and Galaxy Premier.
Stay tuned for more information soon.