Samsung’s refreshment to the aging Galaxy S2, the Galaxy S2 Plus, has just hit Europe. It’s available for purchasing in a bunch of countries, and it’s expected to become available worldwide until the end of Q1.
The countries offering Samsung’s new mid-ranger are Finland, giving the smartphone for €378, Russia for €440, and Romania, the cheapest-offering one, for just €315. That’s all off-contract talk, but if you want to sign one, you could get it for €1. It’s worth mentioning it’s available in Dark Blue, but other color variants should emerge as time goes by.