Galaxy S2 to be Unveiled at MWC?
Ahh, the Galaxy S2. We’ve heard whispers of the successor to the original Galaxy S, and it looks like we finally have a date, or at least a time frame, for its release. Rumor has it that the Galaxy S2 will be shown off at Mobile World Congress, which is in Barcelona next month. The rumored specs include:
- 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen
- NFC chip, like the Nexus S
- Dual-core processor
No word on pricing or what exactly the device will look like. This is the third time we’ve seen the image above when the S2 was referenced. I have a feeling the final production unit won’t be too far off from what we see.
Keep in mind that at the moment, there’s no official confirmation on any of these things. It’s all up in the air, at least until MWC. Stay tuned to AndroidGuys for all the latest news on this device. So, anyone else not impressed with the S2? Sounds more or less like a Nexus S to me. What are your thoughts?
Thanks to BoyGeniusReport for the tip.
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