Titanium Galaxy S2 to be launched by Sprint for $99

by: Varun RajNovember 3, 2012

T-Mobile Galaxy S2

Sprint is planning to launch a refreshed Samsung Galaxy S2 version this holiday season. The new S2 will be Titanium Gray-colored according to the image below.  It appears that the new Galaxy S2 will be of the same color as the Galaxy S3 or the Galaxy Note 2.

Although, there is not much information available on the other changes that the device will undergo apart from the color, we expect that it should at least support Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box.

According to previous information, the Galaxy S2 Titanium should be priced at $99 and should be launched somewhere around the holidays. It is obvious that Samsung would consider more upgrades than just the color of the device to woo customers. It will be interesting to see how will Samsung position this device to compete with all the new launches during the upcoming busy Christmas season.

So you should expect another sexy device hitting stores soon and look for some cool deals around it! Tell us what more would you like to see in the new Galaxy S2! Do you think it will have enough meat to compete with the latest HTCs and Nexuses in the market?

  • Cam

    Is the date wrong on this article?

  • Patrick Corrigan

    not everyone wants the newest phone, the average non-techie will see $99 z0mg android and it’s a wrap they got the sale. they see galaxy s3 for 199 they say 200 dollars oh hell no, but 99 seems like a good deal to the public, compared to the price of the hottest phone it’s half price and about the same to them since they aren’t “power users” or whatever… plus most of the non-techie public are woefully under control of the salesman in the store because they don’t know anything about what they’re purchasing, ignorance is bliss.

  • Hard_Lucy

    Wow! $99 for an S2!

    (The S3 is already $99 and Best Buy, Radio Shack, and Amazon, and others.)

  • undeadfreak

    I payed 250$ for mine from tmobile in may before galaxy s2 came out in july. Better ptice it the same or give free upgrades.

  • plus most of the non-techie public are woefully under control of the salesman in the store…