A new report, albeit an entirely unofficial one, has been released and indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus, which will be the version featuring an upgraded screen and faster processing power, is coming very soon indeed. According to the leak, the latest Samsung roadmap details a device with the codename of GT-I9220 that is set to sport a Super AMOLED screen at 4.3 inches with a resolution of 1280 by 720, along with a dual-core 1.4GHz processor and Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread.
The source responsible for the leak has suggested that Samsung may indeed continue the Galaxy S2 branding for the new device, or may seek to move away from the Galaxy title altogether and release the device as the first generation of a new line. Either way, the specs would certainly indicate that the new offering, whatever it may be named, will offer a truly biblical user experience with massive processing speed and eye-popping visuals.
Of course, the current Samsung Galaxy S2 is certainly no shrinking violet, powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and boasting a Super AMOLED screen at 480 by 800 pixels, though it can clearly be seen from such specs just how ambitious and impressive the next level looks set to be.
August 29th is currently penciled in as the all-important date for the final release details of allUS carrier specific S2s at a press conference inNew York, having already enjoyed sales of no less that 6 million units in US and Asian markets alone.