Photos of Samsung Galaxy S II Plus and Grand Duos surface

Samsung logoTwo rumored Galaxy smartphones have taken a step closer to reality, as both got pictured and have had their specs leaked. Both will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of box, and both take after previous Galaxy designs.

The Samsung Galaxy S II Plus I9105 is for all intents and purposes a rehash of last-generations' flagship, featuring the same WVGA 4.3" screen, 8 MP camera (2 MP front-facer), and connectivity features.

Samsung Galaxy S II Plus

Samsung Galaxy S II Plus

This wouldn't be the first time Samsung has released a "Plus" version with almost identical specs to the original (check out the Galaxy S vs. the Galaxy S Plus), but using simple deduction we can say that what's new here is either a bigger battery or a the processor being of the Krait variety, or both.

Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos

Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos

The Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos GT-I9082 packs a 4.5" screen (also of 480 x 800 pixels), as well as the 8MP and 2MP camera combo. As you may have guessed, the Duos part of the name indicates that this is a dual-SIM device. No word yet on when these devices will go up for sale or for how much, but likely we'll see them go official in China before anywhere else.

Source: GSMArena

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