The Samsung Galaxy S II says “Hej” to its Swedish fans – it’s available in stores now. Unlike its siblings that are on sale in other countries, this one has dropped the Samsung logo from the front and I for one think it looks better.
The press release also promises an NFC-enabled version of the Galaxy S II in the summer.
The Swedish Galaxy S II is available SIM-free for 5300 Swedish kronor (€590, $850) or free for 300 kronor a month (€33, $50) on a 24 month contract. There’s an option for a 12 month contract for the same monthly fee but that costs 2775 kronor upfront (€310, $445).
These prices are for an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II with 16GB built-in memory.
If you’re interested, here is one online store (from carrier Telenor) where you can order the Galaxy S II – if you find a better deal somewhere don’t forget to leave a comment.
Samsung’s press release also promises an NFC-enabled version of the Galaxy S II in the summer (not a word on exact launch date). Are people still interested in NFC or did it blow over before it even began?
Source 1 • Source 2 (both in Swedish)