Sweet mother of all things beautiful. If you were struggling to keep up with the many, many members of Samsung’s burgeoning Galaxy range, prepare to, uhm, struggle even more. Or something.
While CES 2013 goes down in Las Vegas, South Korea’s favourite manufacturer has slipped out a press release from Seoul, detailing the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus.
Somewhat bizarrely, the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus was rumoured as far back as February 2012, but only now has it come to fruition.
What’s the point? Well, Samsung Galaxy S II Plus specs include (stop me if this sounds familiar) a 4.3in Super AMOLED Plus display (480 x 800), 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8MP/2MP camera combo and 1,650mAh battery.
Internal storage on the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus drops to 8GB, though that’s thankfully augmentable via microSD (up to 64GB).
The South Koreans are keen to stress the presence of Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.2) and Samsung’s “nature-inspired” UI, though we’re expecting an update for the original model pretty soonish.
Oddly enough, the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus is in fact 5g heavier than the original model, at 121g.
But the big change here seems to be the presence of Samsung Galaxy S III-style hyperglazed plastic, which comes in Chic White and Dark Blue.
And that’s the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus. Wow.