If a lot of dollars saved and contract-free joy are enough to ensure that the Samsung Galaxy S2 4G Boost Mobile does not lose its sheen when sitting beside the new S3, then it’s worth talking about. Come early September and the Android phone will start selling in shades of black and white with Boost’s Monthly Unlimited plans complemented by Shrinking Payments.
The S2 relishes the Ice Cream Sandwich OS and can operate in dual mode 3G/4G. Nailed across its front panel is a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus touch display and a 2MP camera for making video calls. The snapper on the back is an 8MP one with 1080p video recording capability. The device is powered by a 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos dual core processor and offers 16GB onboard storage space.
“Together with Samsung we continue to launch compelling device options from entry level to 4G-enabled to meet the evolving needs of our customers. Launching the award-winning Samsung Galaxy S II 4G marks a defining moment for Boost’s customers craving a portable entertainment powerhouse on a no-contract unlimited plan that shrinks to as low as $40 a month,” averred Andre Smith, vice president-Boost Mobile.
The handset will touch down with the usual Samsung apps pre-loaded on it and there’ll obviously be access to Google Play. It will work on Sprint’s 3G and 4G (WiMax) network service. By forking out an extra $10 per month, users will be able to employ the phone’s mobile hotspot feature and hook up a maximum of 5 devices to its Wi-Fi zone.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 4G Boost Mobile price and release date read $369.99 and September 6, respectively.