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January 28, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus launches in Taiwan

The Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus, the refreshed version of the two-year-old Galaxy S2, finally gets priced and lands in Taiwan.


We previously reported that the Galaxy S2 Plus is almost similar to the Galaxy S2 except for the following specs:

• 32nm Exynos 4 Dual-Core processor
• Hyperglazed plastic back cover similar to the Galaxy S3
• Android 4.1.2 Jellybean
• Nature UX
• Optional NFC for some models
• New color variations (Chic White and Dark Blue)

The Galaxy S2 Plus is on sale in Taiwan for TWD13,900 or almost Php20,000. Any takers?


7 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus launches in Taiwan”

  1. ching says:

    no improvement on battery life? no thanks.

  2. awaw says:

    no thanks

  3. rangerwcl says:

    di broadcom na ang cpu sa s2plus?

  4. chinitoguy says:

    Hmmm… Php 20,000? That’s a bit pricey. But considering the beefy specs, I think its ok. Problem is the Samsung Galaxy s3 is getting cheaper. I think the GS3 is around Php 27,000 now. Some stores are selling it around 24k. If its going to be available here, the SRP should be 18k.

  5. badabing says:

    can you guys post a link to when you first reported about the galaxy s2 plus on this site?

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