There was already some speculations about Samsung working on an ‘enhanced’ version of its popular Samsung Galaxy SII, such a move has been the case in the recent years; Samsung had crafted a bumped version of the Galaxy S and the latter came up with the Galaxy S Plus which featured a faster Snapdragon processor.
The same story may be repeating itself this time with the Galaxy SII, the Chilean carrier VTR claims on its website that it got its hands on the ‘Galaxy S II Plus’ along with a full sheet. The handset appears to have a dual core Exynos processor clocked at 1.5GHz, we have no clue about the actual processor model but it seems that Samsung will either use the same Exynos 4210 (aka Exynos Dual) or one of their newer variant.
It should be noted that the design looks more or less the same as the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II T989, it actually appears to be a rebranded version.
The other specifications remain the same, a 800 x 480 resolution Super AMOLED Plus display, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, microSD card slot and an 8MP camera. The smartphone will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a possible Jelly Bean update.