Samsung announced Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy S II HD LTE smartphones

Samsung Electronics has unveiled two new LTE capable Galaxy S smartphones for South Korean market, the Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy S II HD LTE.

The Galaxy S II LTE model measures 69.6 × 130.6 × 9.5 mm, weighs 135.5g and sports a 1.5GHz processor and 4.5-inch (800 x 480) Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen. It runs has 1GB memory, 16GB embedded memory, GPS, NFC, WiFi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 HS, TV-OUT function based on the MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) adapter, a 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and 1080p video recording on the back, plus 2 megapixel on the front, and an 1,850mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy S II LTE

For the other one, the Galaxy S II HD LTE, Samsung claims that is the world’s first LTE smartphone with the HD Super AMOLED dipslay and it packs the impressive 4.65-inch touchscreen with a 1280×720 resolution and 316 pixels per inch (ppi) for better sharpness and readability. The phone is only 9.5mm thick and is also powered by 1.5GHz processor, backed by 1GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. The other specs are pretty same as the Galaxy S II LTE model.

Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE

Unfortunately, Samsung didn’t say whether these new models will be available outside Korean market.

Source: Samsung

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