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Samsung Galaxy S2 is available at discounted prices

Samsung Galaxy S2 is available at discounted prices

While Samsung has increased its focus on the latest flagship from the company, Samsung Galaxy S3, the previous version, Galaxy S2, is available at heavily discounted prices from most of the retailers. Perhaps the most attractive deal in this regard is being offered by T-Mobile, where the consumers would be able to have free phone along with a nominal charges of £15.50 per month. This is certainly a great offer, including free minutes and data usage, for users who could previously not afford high prices of the device and data rates.
 
Included in this package from T-Mobile are 100 minutes of call per month along with a data limit of 250 MB. Besides, users would also be able to enjoy unlimited text messages at the above rental price. This offer from T-Mobile is so far the cheapest offer that you can enjoy on Galaxy S2 and is certainly worth a try. The second cheapest offer is also not at much distance and is being offered by O2 at £18.50 per month which is, again, quite reasonable.
 
If you have money and plans to purchase a Galaxy S3, then it is well and good, but if you are looking for low budget devices, Galaxy S2 might be just perfect for you. Within the above mentioned price, having a device with the specs of Galaxy S2  is certainly worth it. The technical specifications of Galaxy S2  include Android Gingerbread which can be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.3 inch Super AMOLED touch display, 8 mega pixel rare end camera and a powerful 1.2 GHz processor. These technical specifications are still quite in line with most of the high end devices in the market.
 
There is no doubt that Galaxy S3 is equipped with the cutting edge technology and many people would just love to try it, but budget might be one hindrance. However, if you are not so passionate about the latest technology such as eye movement tracking and voice assistance, then you might want to go for Galaxy S3 instead. After all, it was the “Phone of the year” for 2011 and still holds a lot of charm for Android and Samsung fans.

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