Jelly Bean smartphone has half internal storage of original
Samsung has revealed a new version of its Galaxy S II, which makes a few changes to the handset's design and specifications. The previously-rumored Galaxy S II Plus retains the 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen and 1.2GHz dual-core processor, but also adds in a small number of features found on others in the Galaxy range, including the nature-inspired user interface found in the Galaxy S III.
Samsung may bring Galaxy S II Plus to MWC
Benchmark results from An3DBenchXL indicate the existence of a new smartphone from Samsung, dubbed the 'Galaxy S 2+.' Compared to the Galaxy S II it's based on, the listed specs of the tested device include a 1.5GHz CPU (versus 1.2GHz in some S II models), an 800x480 display, and Android 2.3.4 preloaded.
Latest leak contradicts early rumors
Samsung's rumored i9220 handset may integrate a 5.29-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with 1280x720 resolution. Early reports suggested the device would offer a smaller 4.5-inch panel with the same 720p resolution, however unnamed sources have told the Italian site Androidup that the company is actually using the larger spread.