Samsung has quietly released its Galaxy S Plus smartphone In India. It is the second such device to witness a subdued launch after the Galaxy R.
The phone has a 4 inch Super Amoled full touch display that is bright and doesn’t require backlighting. Galaxy S Plus comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and is powered by a 1.4 GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM. It has a 5 megapixel autofocus camera which is capable of shooting high definition video, and a VGA front camera for video calling which is the same as what Galaxy S has.
Galaxy S Plus is powered by a 1650 mAh battery which, Samsung says, would provide talktime of 17 hours on 2G and 7 hours on 3G.
Similar to the original Galaxy S, the phone comes with 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth. It is a DLNA certified device as well, which means you can connect it wirelessly to any other DLNA certified device.
Other options include a USB port and TV out port. The phone comes with a regular suite of Android (Google) apps like GMail, Gtalk, Maps, Push mail etc.
Galaxy S Plus costs close to Rs 22,000.
There is still no word on the launch of these devices. However, they are available from several online stores and big retailers.