Thursday, January 10, 2013

Samsung launches Galaxy S II Plus to suit low budget consumers

Many Samsung users today know that prior to launching of Galaxy S II, Samsung was not known much in the smartphone market. Its Galaxy S I did not make much of spark nor did good business  However things changed when the Galaxy S II was launched and suddenly it was Samsung Galaxy everywhere.
Samsung Galaxy S II Plus

Although Samsung subsequently launched S III and plans are afoot for the launch of eight core S IV this year, the Galaxy S II is still liked by many.

Realizing S II's popularity and to cater for its low budget consumers and offer a bridge between S II and S III, Samsung has announced Galaxy S II Plus.

As per the official Samsung website, the details of the new Galaxy S II Plus are as under:
The GALAXY S II Plus runs on Android™ 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) enabling faster and smoother screen transitions, and providing an enhanced user interface featuring a new, easier-to-use notification panel. It is powered by an impressive 1.2 GHz dual core processor that enables easy multi-tasking, smooth screen transitions and superior graphics for some of the most demanding applications and games. 


A 4.3” WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display (480x800) offers a generous viewing experience and enables photos captured with the powerful 8MP camera to be enjoyed in true clarity.
The rear camera features a zero-lag shutter speed that captures moving objects easily without delay. The innovative Buddy photo share’ function also allows images to be easily and simultaneously shared with friends pictured in an image directly from the camera or the photo gallery. 
Additional features include Group Facetag and Face Zoom to deliver a complete photographic experience. The device is packed with the latest Samsung content services including AllShare Play, which lets users share content across Samsung devices using a single account and password. 
Users can also enjoy all the benefits of Samsung Hubs, including the latest versions of Readers Hub, Video Hub, Game Hub and Music Hub.
8GB User memory + 1GB (RAM) microSD (up to 64GB
However, there is something that bothering users' minds - when it is already going for a better technology why invest to in a variant of a dated smartphone, after which a newer model is already in the market and competing with leading smartphones?

Time will tell, perhaps.

Reference: Samsung
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