Samsung has reportedly announced that it would officially unveil a successor to the hugely popular Galaxy S Android smartphone at MWC 2011 (14 – 17 February).
According to Chosun, Samsung has made the announcement yesterday.
We’ve previously heard that the new Galaxy S would have the model number i9100, featuring a dual-core processor. Android 2.3 will almost certainly run the show – after all, the world’s first Gingerbread phone is made by Samsung.
The current Samsung Galaxy S (pictured above) is one of the best-selling Android smartphones, ever, being sold in about 10 million units until now. Will its successor be even more successful? Probably yes, especially since Android and smartphone sales in general are on the rise.
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