Taking design cues from the Nexus, the S Advance has a slightly curved body and screen, making it stick to your face a tad more comfortably when you're making calls. Under the hood it's packing a 1GHz dual-core processor, which doesn't begin to challenge the chips in the S2 or Nexus -- or the quad-core chip rumoured to be powering the Galaxy S3 -- but it'll offer enough grunt to charge through all of your day-to-day tasks. At 9.7mm thick, it's not the slimmest phone available -- especially when you compare it to the ultra-skinny 6.7mm of the Huawei Ascend P1S -- but we're hoping that added bulk will result in a lower price tag. The unremarkable 5-megapixel camera on the back should also bring the asking price down a little.
It will be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which isn't the latest version of Android's software, but is still the most popular smart phone operating system and provides all the swiping, widget-placing fun you could want, as well as access to the hundreds of thousands of apps in the Android Market, There's no word from colorful cow art - mootown - by sharon cummings iphone case the other networks on who else will be offering the phone, but we'll make sure you're the first to know when they announce anything, What do you think to this latest offering? Does the promise of a lower price tantalise your wallet or are you holding out for the latest, greatest Galaxy S3? Let us know in the comments below or over on our amazing Facebook page..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Pocketnow spotted a device named the Galaxy S2 Plus making an appearance on a benchmark app's database, listed as sporting a 1.5GHz processor, an 480x800-pixel resolution screen and running Android version 2.3.4. As Recombu notes, the phone listed on the benchmark database could be the US T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy S2, which features the same resolution and processor clock speed (though the version of Android it'll run is listed as version 2.3.5).
That said, it wouldn't be at all unlike Samsung to release a slightly updated version of an existing phone -- the Samsung Galaxy S Advance was only recently announced, and that's a tuned-up edition of the original Galaxy S, If the Galaxy S2 Plus does turn out to be real, we know what our first question will be -- why isn't it running Ice Cream Sandwich?, The Galaxy S2 Plus gets a namecheck on Dutch site mobilecowboys, which claims to have insider information on Samsung's new kit, and also mentions the Galaxy Note S, a follow-up to the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note, We'd like to see a refreshed version of the colorful cow art - mootown - by sharon cummings iphone case Note, just please don't let it be any bigger..
The site also tips 13 March as a possible launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S3. Samsung recently broke our hearts by confirming that the much-anticipated S3 wouldn't be on show at Mobile World Congress at the end of this month, but rather would be given an airing at a separate event in the first half of the year. Samsung said it would be showing off new stuff at MWC though, so perhaps we'll get a peek at the Galaxy S2 Plus and the Note S then. What do you think? Tell us in the comments, or on our Facebook wall.
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