Recently, some pictures of two new Samsung Galaxy smartphones have been caught in the wild. Some rumors about it did exist that the Korean handset maker was working on Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos and Galaxy SII Plus which did proved worthy enough after China’s TENAA certification process caught some photos of these devices. According to some strong sources, it is expected that both Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos and Galaxy S II Plus would feature an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. After a research, we came across Unwired.com that suggested Samsung Galaxy S II Plus to be featured with a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 1GHz dual-core processor, 8MP rear camera with flash, and a 2MP front camera. Some earlier reports had described the Galaxy S II Plus with Android 4.0, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.52-inch HD display, 8MP rear camera, and 16GB of internal storage.
The Galaxy S II Plus GT-i9105 which is said to be officially revealed later this month, has looks a lot in common with the original Galaxy S II i9100, which was launched in 2011. Samsung is a box full of secrets! The second new smartphone is the Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos GT-i9082. You may have heard that this would come with a 5-inch display and a quad-core processor, but it seems as if this is untrue. What strong sources imply is that the handset should be packed with a 4.5 inch WVGA display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 2MP front-facing camera, 8MP rear camera, and an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
The Grand Duos- as its name suggests- is a dual SIM device. To be honest, there have been many rumors about Samsung Galaxy Grand even in the past. As they tell us, this phone could be an affordable Samsung ‘phablet’ for consumers who are captivated by huge screen phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note & Samsung Galaxy Note II, with no extra things nor an overdo on a smartphone like this. Samsung Grand Duos, by logic and reasoning, seems to be the dual-SIM modification of the Galaxy Grand; however, the 4.5in display rather than a 5in one might prove as a disappointment for some.
Coming back to Galaxy S II Plus, it is said that this smartphone does not support 3G, leading to a possibility that it might be targeted at developing markets around the globe.