Samsung Galaxy S II Plus goes on sale in Taiwan

27 January, 2013 | Comments (16) | Post your comment

Samsung announced the successor of its popular smartphone Galaxy S II earlier this month and the good news is that Galaxy S II Plus has already hit the shelves.

Reports came in that the smartphone is already on sale in Taiwan, which is the first country to get it.

The latest Samsung Galaxy S II Plus is currently priced at TWD13,900 (about $475) and the smartphone is offered in Blue and White color variants. However, the white color variant of the device is expected to hit the market only in the month of February.

We already managed to get our hands on the Galaxy S II Plus - you can check out the preview of the smartphone here.





Samsung Galaxy S II Plus goes on sale in Taiwan - reader comments

  • the_seba

It's still a great handset. One drawback though - Samsung forgot to update the resolution to a nice 1280x720. It might have been a part of some "Galaxy S III selling" marketing strategy but in my eyes it's a disqualification.

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  • 2013-01-28 08:50
  • mN}V
  • Anonymous

Here 1 different, the other give improvement to new model, not reducing the phone memory from 16GB to 8GB like Samsung S2 minus, since it is impossible to move apps in JB without rooting, it is there fore first of it kind, a plus model with minus spe...

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  • 2013-01-28 01:25
  • Qxpm
  • FD The Beast

The Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus is not a successor to the Samsung Galaxy S2 as it's stated in the article, it's probably a replacement for it. The successor of the Galaxy S2 is the Galaxy S3.

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  • 2013-01-27 20:16
  • 04U{