Vodafone has reduced the asking price for the Samsung Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note, as it bids to clear stocks following the release of the S3.
From today, the 20-million-selling behemoth that is the S2 is up for grabs for free from £26 per month. That’s down from £31 per month previously, or a saving of £120 over the course of a two-year contract.
The tablet-smartphone hybrid the Galaxy Note, meanwhile, has also been reduced by £5 per month and is now available free from £31 per month.
Regarded as the phone that cemented Samsung’s dominance of the top-end Android phone market, the 15-month-old S2’s stand-out specs take in an eight megapixel snapper, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display and a dual-core processor.
The Note rocks a larger 5.3-inch screen, also of the Super AMOLED variety, plus stylus support for note-taking, voice recording and dual eight megapixel and 1.9 megapixel cameras.
Find out more about the Samsung Galaxy S2 here: Samsung Galaxy S2
Find out more about the Samsung Galaxy Note here: Samsung Galaxy Note