MWC is underway in Barcelona and we can rest assured that tons of drool worthy gizmos are going to get unveiled. Well, among the
first in the series is Samsung Galaxy S II. Although, we had long been speculating about its specs, but now that the phone is official, we give you a rehash. This 4.27 inch phone sports a Super AMOLED plus display and has dual-core Orion CPU under the hood. Another noteworthy feature is its 8MP camera which is capable of capturing videos at 1080p. The phone runs on Gingerbread OS, which has been layered with TouchWiz 4.0. All this goodness is packed in a petite 8.49mm thin frame. With this latest launch, now we can say that 2011 is going to be the year of dual-core phones.
The phone also flaunts super fast HSPA+ connectivity. It also has BlueTooth 2.0+HS for fast data transfer. For letting you easily share your photographs, the phone also has Samsung’s proprietary Allshare technology. It also brings Kier Air, which lets you manage your phone from your PC, via WiFi.