Samsung Galaxy S II Plus Released in Selected Countries
Feb 11, 2013
Galaxy S II Plus
Samsung Galaxy S II Plus replaces the former Korean flagship and has already hit selected European markets.
The new mobile casino device replaces the Samsung Galaxy S II and delivers a different and more efficient chipset to the table. Other changes include a new design finish and the latest Android 4.1.2. Jelly Bean OS.
The new Android casino gambling tool is expected to arrive on a global scale by the end of Q1 2013, but some European countries already have it on sale. The Dark Blue model of the Galaxy S II Plus is already being sold in Finland, and the Chic White version is arriving in the Scandinavian country on March 1.
The mid-range mobile casino games tool is sold in Suomi for EUR 378, which seems a bit of an exaggeration, but bear in mind it’s an early release and the price will go down eventually.
Russian mobile gamers also report to have seen the Galaxy S II Plus in their country sold for EUR 440: prices there are always higher than in the rest of the world. Interestingly, the device is also already sold in Romania for EUR 315 SIM-free or for only EUR 1 with a two-year deal.
The rest of the world will have to wait a little bit longer for Samsung to release the Galaxy S II Plus. We will be monitoring the news closely and bring you up to date on where the smartphone has already been released.