We bet many of you have forgotten the existence of the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus by now, and we don’t blame you for that. Samsung has been mum on the device, so much that it eliminates the possibilities that there is such a device in the first place. The latest information supports the existence of the rumored Galaxy S2 Plus, all courtesy of the guys at Sammobile, who were kind to share the found photos that are claiming to be the mysterious device. By the looks, we can tell that it is a perfect clone of the original Galaxy S2, which makes us wonder if it’s the real thing. But there’s more to it – Sammobile also revealed that it will feature a 1GHz dual-core processor, 8GB storage, Android 4.1 Jellybean, and two color options: Chic White and Dark Blue. It should be available in Q1 2013.
We must admit that we are highly skeptical about this device. Firstly, it’s called Galaxy S2 Plus, and by the given specs, it’s ranked below its predecessor. For what does the ‘Plus’ stand for then? Next, why would Samsung release an ‘upgraded’ version of a flagship that had served its duty merely two years ago? And finally, it’s more-less the same device as the Galaxy S3 Mini, save for the design. That means the two devices would compete with each other. We don’t see the logic of releasing a two year old device again, but if you have an idea, please share it with us in the comments section.