Until then, the South Korean company has unleashed a video teaser that doesn’t really say much about the new Galaxy S – although we can see that the handset is very thin (maybe thinner than LG’s Optimus Black, announced not long ago as the world’s thinnest smartphone).
The video starts with “there are over ten million secrets in the world” – a reference to the fact that the original Galaxy S was sold in over 10 million units. What Sammy forgets to mention is that many of these secrets still run Android 2.1. Luckily, the new Galaxy S will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, so – for the beginning at least – you won’t have to impatiently wait for OS updates.
The new Galaxy S will be showcased for the first time on February 13 in Barcelona, during a pre-MWC event. We’ll be there to see it and cover the event live.
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