Samsung Galaxy S plus 2011 edition, finally in UK
June 16th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Breaking all speculations whether it will be available in UK or not, finally news is out that 2011 Limited Edition of Samsung’s most successful and only Smartphone from Samsung, which sold ten million pieces, is now all set to head to UK.

Currently this special edition is being sold in Russia and China and going to be available in Netherland soon will finally make its way to shelves of UK mobile retail stores. Though its name says it to be limited edition of Samsung’s sward winning handset, it comes with few upgrades to original handset. It is faster than the original one as it will be equipped with 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, while its predecessor is 1 GHz.

Battery life of the limited edition piece is also made much longer than its predecessor as it is made up of Li-Pro 1650 mAh, while original version is made up of Li-Pro 1500 mAh and cherry on top is Android 2.3 (also known as Gingerbread), while its predecessor is available on Froyo, Android 2.2.

Rest of all features are not changed, pricing information of this new version is still at large.

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