The highly in demand Samsung Galaxy S which now comes with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), gets a new upgrade–Samsung Galaxy S Plus. Well, it’s not a software upgrade but a hardware upgrade. Samsung has already announced the Galaxy S 2 at MWC 11 (Mobile World Congress 2011).
Samsung Galaxy S Plus is coming soon.
Dmitriy Ryabinin from hi-tech.mail.ru has got the comparison of the Samsung phones where the hardware specifications of ‘2011 Edition’ of Samsung Galaxy S has been revealed.
According to the specifications, Samsung has made just the performance upgrade. Mostly the phone has the same hardware, like its older edition but apart from that has only some other minor upgrades.
Samsung Galaxy S specification
Samsung Galaxy S ‘2011 Edition’ comes with the superb 1.4GHz processor, not dual-core, but single core from Qualcomm. It will surely increase the performance of the phone; As a result, one will no longer have to engage in overclocking.
Powerful the processor more is power consumption. To maintain the battery life of the phone, you will get a 1650mAh battery capacity.
Bundled with a 4.0″ screen, same as the first edition, Samsung Galaxy S comes with Super AMOLED (SAMOLED) display panel. The phone is available in two flavours, the 8GB and the 16GB flavour. When it comes to software, you get Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
In spite of all this, the 3G bandwidth (HSPA+) has been increased from 7.2 Mbps to 14.4 Mbps. It will make sure you have a better and stable experience during video calling and data service.
Samsung Russia has confirmed this phone, which will come with a metal back and named as Samsung Galaxy S Plus for markets other than Russia.
Samsung Galaxy S is expected to be available at the end of this month pricing approximately $846. What do you think of Samsung Galaxy S Plus? Does it look worth the upgrade? Do let us know in the comments.
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