Samsung has announced a new smartphone, the Galaxy S2 Plus

| December 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Samsung might have left the United states defeated on a fairly mellow keynote, however this isn’t stopping them from throwing out a number of additional announcements. Putting aside the rumors concerning the Galaxy S4, Samsung is determined to relaunch a recent favorite: the Galaxy S2. Even though Samsung is far away from naming it’s products as badly as Qualcomm, the new smartphone will surely confuse customers as they plunge into stores ready to buy the latest Samsung Galaxy. Even though the Galaxy S3 and the Note 2 are the recent stars of Samsung’s smartphone line, people might consider getting the new Galaxy S2 Plus. The phone comes with high-end hardware: a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 4.3″ Super AMOLED screen and Android Jellybean v4.2. Compared to the Galaxy S2 it’s a giant upgrade, although the Galaxy S3 still outmatches it in few departments. Still it’s likely to be an excellent alternative for those that desire a smaller screen or (likely) a less expensive phone than the Galaxy S3 or the S4.

We’re positively sure that the rehash was done by Samsung to encourage sales of the phone with the Galaxy name, however they did not built it to appear as a successor to the Galaxy S3 and its superior hardware. Either way, if .Samsung will stop confusing customers when they go to the stores, it ought to be another welcome addition to the Galaxy family.

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