The true successor to the Samsung Galaxy S will finally be unveiled in just 12 days at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Samsung has already been promoting the event and now they just updated their Unpacked site with a set of new teaser videos and even more clues.
We will be at MWC to get some hands-on time with the new devices, but you can watch a live broadcast of the event from the comfort of your home. Samsung Mobile will provide an exclusive feed of the Unpacked event on their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/samsungmobileglobal).
Financial publication Barron’s already reported that Samsung placed a large order with NVIDIA for their Tegra 2 processors, but little is known about the remaining specs. We assume the Galaxy S II will feature Samsung’s new Super AMOLED Plus displays, which should make the device super slim. In the teaser videos below you can see the outline of a phone that looks razor thin.
I wish I could tell you that we know what Samsung will announce, but anything is possible at this point. It already sounds like they might have the best devices appearing at MWC, but only time will tell.
Do you think Samsung will blow us all away with “something big”? Or will their track record with software updates loom over their announcement? If you are one of those people concerned about Samsung’s software updates, what actions can the company do to regain your trust?