Hmmm, Samsung does seem as though they are hell bent on global domination, with word that just approximately one week after they launched the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus in South East Asia, the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus, also known by its model number i9105, has started to make an appearance in Europe, too. Not all of the continent would be able to get hold of this souped up version of the hugely successful Galaxy S2 though, as right now, only Germany, Finland, and Romania will carry the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus. A quick check with Amazon in Germany showed that the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus would retail for €364 as an unlocked device.

Folks living in Finland would have to fork out a wee bit more for the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus, where online retailer Gigantti is asking for €378. The most affordable country would be in Romania, as Orange is offering the handset for €315 sans a contract. You ought to be able to choose from a couple of colors, but right now, only the blue shade seems to be made available to the masses. I guess those who want the white colored version will have to play the patience game for a little while more.

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