Samsung is prepping a beefed up version of the Galaxy S, with more processing grunt and the latest smartphone version of Android out of the box.
Details and snaps of the handset emerged on a LiveJournal page courtesy of Samsung’s Russian division.
According to the blog, the Galaxy S variant, which isn’t to be confused with the soon-to-come Galaxy S2, will pack Android 2.3, AKA Gingerbread, with Sammy’s TouchWiz proprietary custom skin slathered over the top and run on a faster, albeit single-core 1.4 GHz processor.
Elsewhere, you’ll reportedly find a four-inch Super AMOLED display, 8GB of internal memory and a rear facing snapper with video recording in rich HD.
There’s currently no word on whether the Galaxy S Plus is coming to the UK. But it’s expected to land in Russia in April priced 23,900 rubles. That’s a shade over £500 in the Queen’s money.
The real successor to the Galaxy S the imaginatively titled Galaxy S2 and the compact and bijou take on the phone dubbed the S2 Mini land on these shores next month across the usual array of carriers.