Samsung Galaxy S Plus announced, to pack 1.4GHz, Gingerbread and bigger battery

Samsung Galaxy S Plus announced, to pack 1.4GHz, Gingerbread and bigger battery
Samsung is to release a new phone part of its much successful Galaxy S family - named the Samsung Galaxy S Plus, this handset is to be available in Russia (and probably Russia only) by the end of April 2011.

The "Plus" part of its name implies that this new incarnation of the Galaxy S phone holds a few advantages over the original Galaxy S, and this is a fact - it's to pack a single-core 1.4GHz processor, Android 2.3 plus TouchWiz 3.0, as well as a bigger (1650mAh) battery.

Even more importantly for some people, the Samsung Galaxy S Plus' back cover won't feature the trademark glossy plastic we know so well from various devices manufactured by the Korean company - rather, it will be made of metal, which will surely give this phone more weight and more premium feel.

The Samsung Galaxy S Plus is set to be available for a steep price - when it's launched in April it will cost $842 or 23,990 rubles.

source: Samsung Russia’s Livejournal blog (translated) and mobiltelefon.ru via Samsung Hub

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