Samsung Outs Two New Galaxy S II Variants

Boast of faster CPUs and better screens.

 

Samsung's flagship phone has crossed sales figure of 10 million units in about 5 months, making it the fastest-selling device from the company. Little wonder then that it has announced two new variants of the Galaxy S II. First up is the Galaxy S II LTE, featuring a 1.5 GHz CPU. The other one is the Galaxy S II HD LTE, boasting a 4.65" Super AMOLED screen with pixel dimensions of 1280x720p.

The LTE features a 4.5" Super AMOLED Plus screen, 8 MP camera, 1080p video recording, TV-Out support via MHL, 16 GB internal memory, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, and a 1850 mAh battery. Apart from a bigger and better screen, the HD LTE shares its spec sheet with the LTE. According to the company, the LTE (3.9G) technology will offer up to 5 times faster download speeds than 3G.

Currently, these new phones are only available in South Korea, and there is no word on the India release yet.




Samsung Outs Two New Galaxy S II Variants





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