Samsung has officially confirmed that it’s getting ready to announce a next-generation Galaxy S Android smartphone at MWC 2011.
The Samsung Unpacked website is now informing us that “something big is coming” on February 13 in Barcelona.
There’s a photo of the old Galaxy S on the left, and a mysterious device – which represents “evolution” – on the right. So, yeah, a new Galaxy S is indeed coming.
Most likely, the new smartphone will be called Samsung Galaxy S2, although we can’t be completely sure of that just yet.
From what we’ve heard until now, the new Galaxy S should come with a dual-core processor, a Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display, NFC support and, almost certainly, Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Apart from bringing a new high-end Galaxy S to MWC, Samsung will also unveil several mid-end Galaxy smartphones, like the Galaxy Ace and the Galaxy Suit. We’ll be in Barcelona to see it all happen, so stick around.
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