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Samsung I9105 Galaxy S II Plus: Review
20 July 2013
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy SII i9105 Plus is a great smart phone sold at a very affordable price for those who are its features. Perfect the photo department, large memory, high-quality displays, though the resolution is not up to other top-performing models and download speed very attractive.
Pros: Super AMOLED Plus display, NFC module, LED Flash, Memory, Advanced Photo Functions; quality front camera, Android version.
Cons: High resolution display, No Quad-core processor.
Conclusion: First and foremost, there's no denying that the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus is a capable and well-made mid-range smartphone. It has preserved many of the traits that made the 2-year-old Galaxy S II land in the pockets of over 40 million people worldwide, such as the slim profile, the great performance,...
Pros: Thin and light for a mid-range device, Camera takes good photos
Cons: Can't really call it an upgrade, 480 by 800 pixel displays are so 2010
Samsung Galaxy Grand vs Galaxy S III vs Galaxy S II Plus: Best Bang For your Buck
15 April 2013
Excerpt: Samsung have a lot of different products in the market, and not all of them are new nor are they all targeted at the high-end market. There are now just as many Samsung smartphones out there for the mid-range to lower-end market as there are those for the high-end.
Summary: Old made new. Samsung launches a refresh of its successful Galaxy S2 called Galaxy S2 Plus on the market. The 4.3-inch smartphone powered by a swift 1.2 GHz dual-core, updated Android version and NFC support competes against midrange contenders.
Pros: High-contrast AMOLED screen, Smooth user interface, Good application and gaming performance, Meticulous workmanship, Micro SD card reader, NFC, Slim, light and well-built: The Galaxy S2 Plus is not at all just a weak refresh that wants to adorn itself with the good-sounding name of its precursor....
Cons: Fairly high price, Screen's low resolution, Average equipment, With a price difference of only around EUR 100 to the Galaxy S3, the S2 Plus is simply too expensive for our taste. An 800 x 480 pixel screen, 1.2 GHz dual-core, 8 GB storage are the key specs of some EUR 200 smartphone. However, the ...
Conclusion: We mentioned at the start that it's the software where the S II Plus will make the most sense over the original Galaxy S II, due in large part to the near-identical hardware of the two devices.
Pros: Quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G support, 21.1 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA support, 4.3" 16M-color Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen of WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) resolution, Android OS 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with Nature UX, 1.2 GHz dual-core Broadcom BC28155 CPU, VideoCore IV GPU, 1GB of RAM, 8 MP...
Cons: No dedicated camera key, Almost identical to its predecessor, Below average loudspeaker performance, Pricey at launch
Summary: Samsung released the Samsung Galaxy SII+ after about 2 years after the release of Samsung Galaxy SII. So well anyone would think it might be better, faster, and more solid and just wow-er than Galaxy SII. Hate to break it but no it isn’t.
Conclusion: With many exiting list of features and functions, the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus has set a benchmark for its close competitors such as HTC One s and Sony Xperia S. Though lacking in the Screen resolution and Sound front, it gives an advantage to HTC One S.
Pros: The Samsung Galaxy S II Plus has almost all the features of its last flagship Galaxy S III’s S beam, S voice, all share play, group cast, pop up video, smart key, direct call, NFC and a strong 8 megapixel adds glamour to the phone.
Cons: 1650 mAh battery can disappoint with such strong features. Samsung's S Voice cannot be appreciated much as it consumes the battery fast.
Summary: Vor fast zwei Jahren testeten wir ausführlich das Samsung Galaxy S2 , seinerzeit ein Top-Modell und “Stand der Dinge”. Mit dem Galaxy S2 Plus hat Samsung nun ein leicht modifiziertes S2-Modell auf den Markt gebracht.
Summary: Die Plus Variante des Flaggschiffs aus 2011 behauptet sich in der Mittelklasse. Über 40 Millionen Käufer hat das Samsung Flaggschiff seit 2011 begeistert. Anstatt das Galaxy S2 weiterhin zum Verkauf anzubieten, unterzieht Samsung das originale S2 einer Frischzellenkur und schafft die S2 Plus...