Both devices are expected to arrive on shelves in the country soon with 4G capabilities as well as with large touchscreen displays and fast application processors.
The Galaxy S II LTE was unveiled to the world at the IFA show in Berlin several weeks ago as an upgrade to the already popular Galaxy S II while the Galaxy S HD LTE arrives on shelves as the first smartphone from the company to include an HD display.
Galaxy S II LTE was packed with a large 4.5-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display and with a dual-core application processor clocked in at 1.5GHz.
It can deliver data transfer speeds of up to five times higher than what the Galaxy S II could offer. The handset also includes 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth as well as TV-Out support via MHL, NFC, built-in GPS receiver, and a 1850mAh battery.
On the back the new mobile phone sports an 8-megapixel photo snapper with support for full HD video recording. The Samsung Galaxy S II LTE is expected to arrive in South Korea on the airwaves of SK Telecom.
The phone's specs list also shows support for LTE and HSPA+ and Rev. A connectivity capabilities and features that are similar with those included with the Galaxy S II LTE.
The new Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE is expected to arrive on shelves in South Korea via all major carriers in the country, namely SK Telecom, KT and LG U+.