It has just been three months that the Samsung Galaxy S2 has hit the stands and the white version of the handset is already on its way. Don’t keep your mouth open in awe; it is indeed going to be available from 1st of September 2011 in the UK.
The white Samsung Galaxy S2 has been promised this September by the Korean mobile phone manufacturer and mobile phone operator Vodafone has already added the device to its ‘Coming Soon’ page.
The white version would be available both online as well as in stores. However, Vodafone has not mentioned any further details such as pricing or release date of the device.
As the white version is no different from the black one in terms of software or hardware, the device is said to cost the same as that of the latter. It means that Vodafone’s monthly tariffs would start from £36. However, Vodafone will not be the exclusive carrier for the white Galaxy S2.
The Galaxy S II is slimmer, lighter and faster. It is a mere 8.49mm thick, weighs only 116g and has a huge 4.27-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen.
The device comes pre-loaded with the latest Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Also bundled are a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. And of course adding value is an 8MP camera capable of recording HD 1080p video.