Exactly one month after the Galaxy Star 2, Samsung announced the Galaxy Star 2 Plus in India, a better equipped smartphone in almost every level of variation.
Samsung does not hesitates to offer multiple variations of its smartphones, even entry-level to adapt to certain markets. The latest example, the Galaxy Star 2 that it announced a month ago and now broken down into a variant called "Plus" in the Indian manufacturer's catalog . A model with the data sheet that reminds us of the variant 'Advance' crossed in mid-month, also for India. It is likely that this is the same model.
Galaxy Star 2 Plus has almost nothing to do with Galaxy Star 2 announced at the end of June, except for the version of Android onboard, that is, 4.4 KitKat. It is larger, more rounded and more importantly, better equipped. The screen changes from 3.5 to 4.3 inches for a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The single-core 1GHz processor gives way to a model clocked at 1.2GHz. The number of cores is however not specified. It was announced dual-core variant for "Advance". No change in memory, still limited to 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB for internal storage.
The jump is also important for camera. The sensor present at the rear side increased from 2 to 3 megapixels. It is now accompanied by a flash. The list of connectivity is not very detailed. Only the Wi-Fi b/g/n is mentioned. We can also conclude, at the sight of the words "duels" that the two SIM slots were kept. Last improvement, battery capacity reaches to 1800 mAh, against the 1300 mAh for the other model.