Samsung teases Galaxy S successor ahead of MWCAlex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
We've finally entered February, which means we're only a couple of weeks away from Mobile World Congress and Samsung's presentation of "the next evolution." Thanks to leaks and Samsung exec JK Shin, we've known for some time now that the Galaxy S2 will be unveiled at MWC, along with some possible specs and a render. That hasn't stopped Sammy from releasing a teaser video for the device, though. There's not a lot to glean from the clip except that the phone is likely going to be super thin, but at around the 13 second mark, you can see a device in the reflection of the glass that Samsung forgot to cover up. Is it the Galaxy S2? Tough to tell now, but there's a screenshot of it below for you to judge, followed by the teaser itself.
It's going to be pretty exciting to finally see the successor to the Galaxy S unveiled, if only because we'll finally figure out if the multiple leaks we've seen were correct or not. Most of the specs seem possible, like the dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, but others, like a 1280x720 resolution, feel a little out there. Still, the Galaxy S is Samsung's top of the line smartphone, so you know that they're going to go all-out for the S2. What kind of specs do you think Samsung should or will include in the Galaxy S2?