Android Phone Tips

Android Phone Tips
Samsung Galaxy S Plus is the latest addition to Samsung's lengthy Galaxy smart phone range packs a 1.4GHz processor -- single-core though, not dual -- behind its 4-inch touchscreen. The S Plus only has a super LCD screen, as opposed to the Super AMOLED screen found on its bigger brother, the Galaxy S2. Samsung has been floating on a sea of lawsuits from Apple recently over claims that Samsung's Galaxy range of smart phones and tablets too closely mimic Apple's iPhones and iPads. 

The Samsung Galaxy S Plus is available now from Vodafone for free on contracts starting at £30 per month. Infact, Samsung now have two different affordable alternatives to the Samsung Galaxy S2. The Galaxy S Plus has a 5 mega-pixel camera, 8GB on onboard memory and runs on Android 2.3. 

All these features match the specification of the Samsung Galaxy R, but are lower than the Samsung Galaxy S2. It's a very smart move from Samsung who are obviously trying to capitalize on the success of the Samsung Galaxy S2 by branching out to lower price points. The Samsung Galaxy S Plus is available free on contracts starting at £31 a month which gets you 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of mobile data.

The Samsung Galaxy S Plus sees the immensely popular 10 million-selling Samsung Galaxy S getting a deserved revamp. The original Samsung Galaxy S can be thanked for Samsung’s current place at the top of the Android smartphone tree. It was an immense device, blazing a trail toward the 1GHz CPU, 4-inch screen standard we see today.
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