The upgraded version of the bestseller Samsung Galaxy S II – Galaxy S II Plus is now available in from Samsung India eStore and other online retailers starting from Rs 22899. From Samsung India eStore the handset is available in both White and Blue colors for Rs 23360 while other online retailers are offering the handset at a slightly lower prices.
From Snapdeal the handset is available for Rs 23099, Indiatimes Shopping for Rs 22900, Tradus for Rs 22899 and MirchiMart for Rs 22900. Among these online retailers only Snapdeal, Indiatimes Shopping and Tradus are offering both White and Blue colors of the Galaxy S II Plus smartphone, while MirchiMart has only the Blue version of the phone listed on their website. Other than this, the phone is also listed on Flipkart in both colors for Rs 22900, but is currently out of stock. You may check back on Flipkart for the availability as the retailers is one of the most preferred online retailer in India.
Galaxy S II Plus features 4.3-inch WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) Super AMOLED Plus display which is quite low-resolution compared to the handsets in the same price-range. The device is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. If features 8-megapixel camera on the back with LED flash, capable of recording HD 720p videos. There is also a 2-megapixel on the front for video chat. The handset comes pre-loaded with intuitive features like Direct Call, Smart Stay, Smart Alert, Popup Video, S Voice, Voice Unlock and S Beam.
Comparing with the older Galaxy S II smartphone, Galaxy S II Plus has newer version of Android mobile OS. Galaxy S II Plus comes with 8GB internal storage while the original Galaxy S II had 16GB while there is a microSD expansion slot for extra storage of up to 32GB. The handset does not have much to offer compared to the devices available at around the same price offering better specs and features, but the handset will entice those who previously owned the Galaxy S II.
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